Get Matched for Higher Compensation.
Get Matched with our Exclusive Intended Parent Clientele for Higher Compensation.
Diversity Fertility Group doesn’t just help you look for an egg donation match for a compensation deserving of your time and commitment to helping a person with infertility. One out of eight couples seeking to create a family today struggle with infertility. We make sure to create the perfect match between you and our exclusive intended parent clientele by understanding your circumstance, your schedule and your culture. Whether you prefer to be anonymous or wish to meet your recipient match, whether you wish to travel or stay locally, the decision is yours and we honor your choices.
See if You Qualify
We’re so excited you’re considering working with Us! You could be the person to help bring life into the world of one of our clients suffering from infertility. Here are some basic requirements for potential egg donors. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out and schedule a no-obligation consultation, or you can call our office directly toll-free (888) 569-7790 to speak with a Diversity Fertility Case Manager.
Basic Egg Donor Requirements
Healthy with a good family history of physical and mental health
Healthy weight to height ratio (check your BMI)
Between the ages of 20-29
Not currently breastfeeding, using the Depo-Provera shot, IUD, or any other implant-based birth control method (you may be qualified to donate after discontinuing these methods for approximately three months)
No smoking, drug use, or excessive alcohol use (all donors are tested)
Egg Donation Timeline
1. Application & Interview
Once a Donor applies online, an extensive interview and consultation is scheduled to determine eligibility and discuss the egg donation process.
2. Profile Published
After the interview, the Egg Donor’s profile will become active and published in the database, where Intended Parents will be able to view and select her profile.
3. Psychological Screening
After being matched as an Egg Donor, you will complete a psychological screening and will take a multiple choice test (either PAI or MMPI).
4. Genetic Consultation
The Egg Donor will also have a consultation with a geneticist to go over family medical history and demographic history health.
The clinic will schedule a 90 minute to 2 hour medical screening appointment. This will include a physical screening, transvaginal ultrasound, blood work (STD, nicotine, drugs, hormones, and genetics), and meeting with the nurse/doctor to go over the process again and answer any additional questions
6. Legal Agreement
Once you have been medically cleared to move forward, the drafting and execution of the legal contract between the Intended Parents and the Egg Donor will commence
7. Appointments & Medication
The Egg Donor will work with a nurse to confirm a treatment calendar that will include your appointment dates, medication information, and the estimated date for egg retrieval.
8. Egg Retrieval & Compensation
Once the Egg Donor’s body is ready for egg retrieval, the eggs are extracted during a procedure that is done under anesthesia or twilight sedation and takes about 15-30 minutes. We recommend taking at least two days off to relax and recover.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Diversity Fertility differ from other egg donor agencies?
We’re a time-tested agency who goes the extra mile to make sure you have all your needs met. When you work with us, you’re supported from start to finish.
How Can I Donate My Eggs? Where Do I Go?
When you choose to donate your eggs, you are performing a great act of empathy and compassion to couples facing infertility, LGBTQ parents, single parents, and others often require the assistance of egg donors to become parents. You are helping someone’s dream of being a parent hood come true. You may apply to an agency such as ours that will match you with an intended parent. It is important that you choose a reputable agency like Diversity Fertility that has your best interests at heart and will communicate with you throughout your journey. Don’t be afraid to ask questions as we manage your entire egg donation experience.
How long does the entire process take?
One cycle typically takes 2 to 3 months to coordinate. You will need to work with an Attorney, a Reproductive Endocrinologist, a Geneticist and a Psychologist during the cycle. A Case Manager will facilitate the process for you. The cycle is not demanding on your schedule until the last 10 to 14 days of the cycle.
Does the egg donation procedure hurt?
The egg donation process should not hurt. It is should be uncomfortable at most. During the egg aspiration process, you will undergo general anesthesia or heavy conscious sedation so you will not feel a thing. The procedure is an outpatient procedure that takes about 20 minutes or so. After the procedure, you will be kept in the recovery room for an hour to two hours. You can typically resume normal activity the next day.
How many times do I have to visit the fertility clinic?
You will need to complete 6 to 8 doctor appointments. The visits occur during the early morning to avoid time conflicts with work or school. We will do everything to accommodate the process to your schedule and dates of unavailability. We require that you take the entire day off on the day of the retrieval.
How long do I take the stimulation medication?
The medication is an injection and typically must be taken every day for 8 to 12 days. The needles are very small; one of the smallest gauges. They should not be painful. They are similar to diabetic needles.
What are the risks of egg donation?
IVF technology has been in use since the late 1970’s. There are no known long-term side effects. However, some Donors do experience short term side effects similar to Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (“PMS”) symptoms like mood swings, bloating, cramping and fatigue. It is difficult to determine what type of side effect(s) an Egg Donor will experience, if any. We have several previous Donors that would be happy to tell you about their experiences if you would like.
Is Diversity Fertility Egg Donation & Surrogacy Group a local or national agency?
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