The egg donation screening process is in place to protect everyone involved: you, your intended parent(s,) and the coming baby. There are stringent rules in place over who can become an egg donor. We recommend familiarizing yourself with the requirements of being an egg donor prior to your application. If you think you would be a great candidate but don’t meet all of the requirements, please get in touch with us anyway—some flexibility might be possible, depending on the circumstances.
After confirming eligibility, you will submit an application and our team will be in contact with you. This is a great time to ask us lots of questions! Once you have completed your profile, we’ll add you to our digital database for intended parents to browse. Eventually, someone will select your profile, and we will contact you for a chance to meet them. If it’s a match, you can proceed with the rest of the egg donation process.
You will undergo a physical exam, drug and nicotine screening, genetic and STD testing and any other blood tests required by your doctor. During this time, you will also undergo a full background check and psychological screening. Once you’ve cleared the egg donation screening process, you will work with your intended parents and respective lawyers to develop a legal contract. You will also begin taking your fertility drugs and seeing your doctor for medical monitoring.