Egg Donation, Giving The Gift of Family
We believe in compensating our donors. Qualified egg donors will receive payment ranging from $4,250 up to $6,500. The basic compensation is $4,250. Higher compensations will be based on multiple variables including, but not limited to, dependability, commitment, compliance, good ovarian function, responsiveness to injectable fertility medications, high egg retrieval rates, fertilization rates, blastulation rates and live birth rates.
It’s important when considering becoming an egg donor to understand that for our recipients receiving donor eggs this is an expensive and emotional process. For this reason, The American Embryo Adoption Agency screens all applicants to meet certain qualifications.
Egg Donor Qualifications:
- Women must be between the ages 21-30
- Resident of the United States or Canada
- No alcohol and/or drug abuse or addiction
- Knowledge of medical and genetic history of family members
- Cannot be on the birth control Depo-Provera or Implanon/Nexplanon
- Be available and willing to attend appointments for ovarian monitoring
- Be willing to administer medications by injection
- A body mass index (BMI) within 18 to 26.9 (Here’s a BMI calculator)
- Maintains wellness and a healthy lifestyle?
- As our cycles are time dependent, donor must be available for frequent office monitoring for a 2-3 week period
If you meet the above qualifications and are ready to move on to the next step, contact us below. AEAA welcomes young women who are first-time egg donors and those who already know the joy of giving family-building potential to another.
If you are interested in becoming an egg donor please call us at (615) 321-8866 or use the "Service Request" form above.