How to Become an Egg Donor
Getting Started with Egg Donation at The Center for Reproductive Health
Couples who use donated eggs to conceive, use one word to describe their experience: grateful. It’s truly rewarding to provide a family with the chance to have the child they’ve always dreamed of.
At the Center for Reproductive Health, we consider egg donor patients some of our most important patients. We appreciate your act of generosity, and want you to feel safe and cared for every step of the way.
The Center for Reproductive Health partners with the California Cryobank to ensure the egg donation process is as streamlined and comfortable as possible. After you qualify to become an egg donor, the donation cycle only takes between 8-10 days. Better yet, most patients are able to return to work or school the day after egg retrieval.
Egg donation allows donors to not only make a profound difference in the lives of the 6.7 million women who struggle with infertility, but to also receive generous compensation. Donors are eligible for up to $8,000 per cycle, as well as $3,000 worth of genetic testing and health screening.
The CRH Egg Donation Process
- 1.) Apply. Fill out an application and we’ll contact you within a few days.
- 2.) Qualify. Qualification includes physical and psychological assessments, as well as free genetic screenings.
- 3.) Donate. Once you’ve been approved, the egg retrieval will take place after 8-10 days of hormone treatments.
Egg Donor Qualifications
If the following criteria apply to you, please consider applying to become a Center for Reproductive Health egg donor:
- 1.) You are between the ages of 21 and 33.
- 2.) You are a healthy non-smoker.
- 3.) You have a normal BMI (under 30).
- 4.) You are a college student or graduate.
- 5.) You can legally work in the United States.