How Egg Donation Works

 

The Admissions Process

  1. Fill out a simple online questionnaire.

  2. You will then be asked to complete an application to help match you with an intended parent couple.

  3. You will be provided a link to our calendar, so you may schedule a phone consultation at your own convenience. During this phone consultation, we will review your application and answer all the questions you have so you are better informed about the process.

  4. You sign documents, provide photos, ID and education verification.

 

The Matching Process

  1. Once the admissions process is complete, our waiting list of Intended Parents will view your anonymous profile, so they may select you as their Egg Donor.  

  2. Your profile is selected by Intended Parents (time varies).

  3. You sign a Match Agreement confirming you accept the Egg Donor Match.

 

 

The Egg Donation Process

 

Once you are matched with an Intended Parent Recipient you will complete the following steps:

  1. Complete a psychological evaluation and genetic screening (within 2-3 weeks of selection).

  2. Complete medical screening (within 3-4 weeks of selection).

  3. Complete any legal contracts necessary (within 4-6 weeks of selection).

  4. Receive $1000 advanced upon start of your injectable medications.

  5. Complete medical protocol and egg retrieval (within 3-4 months of selection).

  6. Receive full compensation.

RECEIVE

FULL PAY WHILE HELPING ANOTHER

Medical Screening

 

  • Fertility Screening: A donor's ovaries will be examined for the ability to produce eggs through a physical/pelvic exam, and blood tests. To determine ovarian function and reserve, the egg donor may also need to have a vaginal sonogram on the second or third day of menstruation.

 

  • Medical Screening: This involves testing for blood type, infectious diseases, drug use and general health. The sexual partner of an egg donor may also be asked to undergo screening for sexually transmitted infections.

 

  • Genetic Screening: Family history will be evaluated to raise awareness of possible hereditary diseases or genetic disorders. Testing consists of blood tests for genetic diseases, such as cystic fibrosis, Tay-Sachs, sickle cell anemia, Thalassemia, Cystic Fibrosis and more.

 

  • Psychological Screening: The donor will be asked to speak with a psychologist to make sure she fully understands the benefits and risks of egg donation, and has proper motivations for becoming                                                                                 an donor.

 

Helping Another...

That's Love!

New York/New Jersey

51 John F Kennedy Parkway, Short Hills, New Jersey 07078

Info@DiversityFertility.com  *  toll-free (888) 569-7790       

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