What People Ask About Egg Donation

How Much Money Do You Get For Donating Eggs?

When it comes to being an egg donor, the amount you will make for your for your time, commitment and services can range from $8,000 to $10000 on average for a completed egg donation cycle. The cycle must include successful retrieval of eggs. The total amount is also dependent upon the individual deal and situation set forth in your agreement. You can earn more depending on your qualifications and the number of eggs you produce.

Is It Painful To Be An Egg Donor?

Pain is an individual concern; every egg donor is different. Donors can have a different experience when it comes to pain or discomfort during egg retrieval. Egg donation requires some discomfort and  a real commitment. That’s why egg donors are fairly compensated for their time and effort.

What are the requirements to be an egg donor?

For potential donors, the basic egg donation requirements are:

  • Between 19-30 years of age.
  • Have regular monthly periods.
  • No reproductive disorders or abnormalities.
  • Physically and emotionally healthy.
  • BMI under 29 (BMI calculator)
  • Non-Nicotine user, Non-smoker, Non-drug user.

How do you become a egg donor?

Here is the process for becoming an egg donor. You must pass a screening to ensure you are a good candidate. Once you are in our database, you are selected by Intended Parents who believe you are a good match. Next, you will complete psychological, genetic screening and a medical screening.

How many eggs do egg donors give?

During egg retrieval, an average of 10-15 eggs are aspirated per cycle. However, donors can produce 16 or more eggs. Contrary to tales being spread, this will not lead to early menopause.  You develop many follicles each month and 1-2 of these follicles will make it to maturity and ovulate.