You have big plans. School, travel, saving for the future. You may be wondering: what are the criteria for egg donation? 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 women who are healthy, open and ready to commit to helping create a family. Interested? Read on to learn what we’re looking for.
From the first phone call through retrieval, I felt heard, supported and like I was part of something important.
Our requirements make sure you and everyone else involved is as secure as possible.
Between 21-28 years of age
BMI under 28 (BMI 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
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.