Egg Donor

Egg donation allows women to help other individuals who cannot have a healthy child with their own egg, it can be a very rewarding process

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Considering on becoming an egg donor?

Becoming an egg donor can be a good thing for a variety of reasons.

Firstly, donating eggs can provide an opportunity for individuals or couples who are struggling with infertility to conceive and start a family. For many people, egg donation is their only hope of having biological children.

Secondly, becoming an egg donor can also provide a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction from helping others achieve their dreams of parenthood. Egg donation can be a meaningful way to give back to the community and make a positive impact on the lives of others.

Thirdly, many egg donor programs offer compensation to donors for their time and effort, which can be a welcome financial boost for some individuals.

However, it is important to note that egg donation is a serious decision that should not be taken lightly. Potential egg donors should carefully consider the physical, emotional, and ethical implications of the process before deciding whether to donate their eggs. It is also important to work with a reputable and experienced egg donor program to ensure the safety and well-being of both the donor and the recipient.

Becoming an Egg Donor

There are some clinical reasons why a donor's eggs will not be deemed acceptable for Egg Donation. Listed below are some of the behaviors/conditions that automatically disqualify women from our Egg Donor program.

These include, but are not limited to, the following:
  1. If you have injected drugs or engaged in prostitution within the last five years.
  2. If you have been diagnosed with syphilis, Chlamydia or certain other infectious diseases within the last year (if treated, you must be deemed disease-free for at least 12 months).
  3. If you have a BMI (body mass index) which is beyond the currently accepted "healthy" levels.
  4. If you have traveled to the UK or Europe during FDA-designated "mad cow risk" time periods.

Egg Donor Qualifications.

  1. Between the age of 21 - 29.
  2. Regular monthly periods.
  3. No reproductive disorders or abnormalities.
  4. Physically and emotionally healthy.
  5. Willing to complete a background check souse included.
  6. Non-smoker and Non-drug user.
  7. Had no more than 5 deliveries.
  8. Not currently on Depo-Provera or contraceptive implants.
  9. Willing to undergo Medical and Psychological evaluation.
  10. Willing to take injectable medication.
  11. Willing to commit to the process.
  12. Willing to respond and communicate with First Step Fertility within 24 hours.

How to become an egg donor

Simply fill our egg donor contact form and we'll be in touch with you as soon as possible. Once cleared to continue, you will fill out an application that will assist in screening and matching you with intended parents.