Getting Started

Becoming an egg donor is an opportunity to give someone else a way to realize the dream of becoming a parent. Many infertile couples and individuals need the help of donated eggs to have a family. Their dream can become a reality with your help. You will also be paid for your time and selfless generosity. You will be a part of a skilled team of physicians and clinical staff with the same mission. Our team of doctors and nurses manage all your care, exclusively, from start to finish. You will never be referred to an outside facility for your care. We are committed to making your experience positive and rewarding. if you’re interested in becoming an egg donor – Please give us a call at +995 +995 577 03 58 88 or +995 32 2 15 77 77.

 

 

Why Become an Egg Donor

Donating your eggs is one of the most personal, generous, and meaningful gifts you can give. Egg donation gives a genuine feeling of satisfaction for helping another human being become a parent. Many women choose this path to ease the struggle for those who cannot conceive without assistance. Furthermore, the feeling of fulfillment from helping an infertile couple achieve their dream of parenthood is absolutely priceless. The decision to become a donor should be made with great care. Our experts can help guide you through your decision-making process. It may also help to hear from other families who’ve been through the experience.

 

 

The Egg Donor Requirements

Egg donors are women just like you. They are successful, well-educated, young women who are looking to give the biggest gift of all: a chance to become a parent. Most of all, they truly understand the commitment involved to help another achieve his or her dream of becoming a family through egg donation. Ideal egg donor criteria include:

 

  • Ages between 21-31
  • Healthy body weight, with normal BMI
  • Physically and emotionally healthy
  • Non-smoker and abstaining from illegal drug use
  • Higher education preferred (High School diploma or GED required)
  • Knowledgeable of family’s physical and mental health history
  • Well-rounded interests such as the pursuit of higher education, family, sports, the arts, religion, and volunteering
  • Willing to commit to the process for the next 6 months

 

 

The Donation Process

 

Egg donation is a low-risk procedure. The cycle, from your start date to egg retrieval, takes an average of two to three months to complete. You will need to take a daily injectable fertility medication for about 10 to 14 days in order to help your body develop and grow eggs for egg retrieval. In addition, you will complete roughly six to nine quick blood/ultrasound monitoring appointments in the mornings to monitor your progress during this time. The egg retrieval itself takes approximately 20 minutes. Egg donors are sedated throughout the procedure. After completing the egg retrieval, you will need to rest for the remainder of the day. Afterward, you may experience short-term fatigue, nausea, vomiting, or sleepiness. We require a friend or family member to pick you up following the procedure and recommend 24 hours of rest.