To become an egg donor:
- Women must be healthy and aged from 18 to 30.
- They must have a healthy BMI.
- They must be non-smokers.
- They must be prepared to commit to an anonymous egg donation programme.
NB – You will be reimbursed for your time and travel costs, and will not pay for any tests associated with the process.
A short overview of the egg donation process:
- Donors undergo a gynaecological examination, a psychological assessment, and infection screening.
- Those deemed suitable candidates have a donor profile created and made available to prospective recipients.
- Once selected, the donor and recipient’s menstrual cycles are synchronised via the contraceptive pill.
- Stimulation starts three to five days after the pill is discontinued, then egg follicle development is monitored via ultrasound scans and blood tests.
- When the egg follicles are mature, final egg maturation is induced and egg retrieval scheduled. This is done under general anaesthetic.
- The retrieved eggs are fertilised with the recipient’s sperm in the laboratory and embryo development monitored for three to five days.
For more information about becoming an egg donor, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TO BECOME AN EGG DONOR
They must have a healthy BMI.
They must be non-smokers.
They must be prepared to commit to an anonymous egg donation programme.
You will be reimbursed for your time and travel costs, and will not pay for any tests associated with the process.
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