We do our best to estimate all expenses and to protect your financial as well as emotional investment. A comprehensive fee outline will be provided when you connect with our team.
The cost of egg donation can be variable. The average cost range is based on services, egg donor compensation and medical expenses. Read below to learn more.
Recruitment, vetting, donor complications insurance, and all Match Manager-related processes.
Egg donor compensation varies by location, ethnicity, education, experience and other criteria.
Covers donation-related incidentals, traveling that may be required, and outside monitoring at a secondary IVF center.
All costs associated with the IVF procedures including medical testing, screening, laboratory, medications, ultrasounds and doctor visits are in addition to the fee structure above and paid directly to the IVF center. A detailed and complete list of these fees can be obtained through your IVF clinic.
Donors can remain reserved until she is approved by your Fertility Center and, once approved, for two business days.
All fees are due at the time you sign and execute your retainer with ConceiveAbilities.
If the cycle is cancelled before legal clearance, all fees are refundable except for the $375 escrow fee and any travel costs for the donor. If the donor is not medically cleared due to factors not in her control, such as adverse results from a genetics test, she may be entitled to $1,500 in compensation. If the donor drops out of the program or has a positive drug test, she receives no compensation. If the cycle is cancelled after the match has achieved legal clearance but before the donor has started injections, the professional fee and donor compensation is refundable.
While the new wasn’t surprising to us at ConceiveAbilities, a recent European study showed that the majority of egg donors are motivated by altruistic reasons. The controversy regarding donor compensation is ongoing not only in Europe but even here in the US, where California...
Some of you may have seen this latest entry to the debate on egg donor compensation, sparked by a U.S.-based fertility clinic’s promotion to attract intended parents to a free educational seminar in London...