You have big plans. School, travel, saving for the future. The same focus and determination you use to make what you want happen in your own life are what we need in an egg donor. We are looking for young women who are healthy, open and ready to commit to helping create a family for intended parents.
Keep reading to learn more about our egg donor requirements.
United States citizen or resident
Between 21-28 years of age
BMI under 28 (Body Mass Index calculator)
Willing to be under consideration for 6 months
Willing and able to respond to communication within 24 hours from ConceiveAbilities® and medical staff
Have regular monthly periods
No reproductive disorders or abnormalities
Physically and emotionally healthy
Non-nicotine user, non-smoker, non-drug user; no vaping or psychotropic drug use
Not currently on the Depo-Provera shot
Not currently using the Implanon/Nexplanon arm implant
Willing to undergo medical and psychological evaluation
If you do not qualify to become an egg donor and feel called to help others build their families, learn more about surrogacy. Surrogate mother requirements are different from egg donation qualifications and you may still be able to fulfill your dream.
From the first phone call through retrieval, I felt heard, supported and like I was part of something important.
Our ConceiveAbilities team has been helping build families for nearly 25 years as a surrogacy and egg donor agency. We believe the best and brightest egg donors deserve the best support and resources. Becoming an egg donor is such a meaningful and generous step to take in your life, and we are committed to making the donor process as positive and rewarding as possible.
Still unsure about your options? You can learn more about becoming an egg donor or becoming a surrogate below to see which option is the best for you.
Our egg donor application process takes about 2 - 3 weeks. Assuming you receive approval following each step of the screening process, you’ll need to complete our:
Becoming an egg donor comes with a lot of questions. We are ready and prepared to answer them. Below are 5 of the most common questions we get about egg donation, but we offer a more exhaustive list on our FAQ page, which you can find linked below.
Our egg donor age limit is between 21 and 28 years old. We set these limits to protect your reproductive health and ensure you are ready to make the commitment required of egg donation.
You may participate in egg donation up to six times.
The leading egg donation disqualifications are being unreliable and missing appointments. Keeping a schedule is one of the most important egg donation qualifications in our egg donor program. Additionally, we want to understand your motivation, health and family medical history, as well as your emotional stability before becoming an egg donor. Any one of these factors could disqualify a donor depending on the results
This varies by individual. Some egg donors feel fine after egg retrieval while others need time to rest. Medical staff are available to offer any tips or support with post-procedure discomfort.
Once selected, the egg donation process can take at least 8 - 10 weeks. Some donors wait up to a year to be selected.
You might know someone who has done it, or perhaps you're simply a little curious. In any event, some part of you is probably wondering, “Is this for me?” “Do I have what it takes to be an egg donor?” We've organized ten of the most important, wide-ranging factors that we look into when evaluating an egg donor application.
Egg donation is a process by which a woman (referred to as the donor) provides her eggs to intended parent(s) to assist in the conception of a baby. Egg donation is a safe and widely accepted means of assisted reproduction. For women whose medical conditions prevent them from becoming pregnant, egg donation (in conjunction with in-vitro fertilization), can be a means to starting a family.