Who are Egg Donors?
Many women cannot use their own eggs to conceive, and lean on other women donating their eggs to help build their family. Egg donors are unique and selfless women who help other couples overcome their fertility challenges.
Deciding to be an egg donor is a very personal choice. The women who choose to become egg donors are young people—driven and dedicated—who know the sense of fulfillment from helping others become parents cannot be measured.
A qualified Egg Donor:
- Is a healthy woman of any ethnicity age 21 up until her 30th birthday
- Is currently enrolled in college, or is a college graduate
- Is not a smoker or an illicit drug user
- Has no family history of substance abuse or mental illness
- Has not tested positive for sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV or Hepatitis
- Has a body mass index (BMI) between 18 and 26 based on American Society for Reproductive Medicine Guidelines (click here to calculate your BMI)