The Process of Becoming an Egg Donor
Egg Donation Process
Every egg donation process will be different. Even if you have donated eggs before you can expect that your experience donating in the future might be different.
What you can expect to experience when donating your eggs will depend on:
- the level of privacy you choose
- if you decide to meet the recipient(s) of your egg donation
- the terms of your egg donation agreement
- the location of the fertility clinic your Egg Recipients are working with
- what country your Egg Recipients are from
- if the egg is being carried by the recipient or a Gestational Surrogate
- what protocols your Fertility Doctor recommends
You may be required to travel, depending on which fertility clinic your Egg Donation Recipients are working with. Proud Egg Donation takes care of all of your travel arrangements, bookings, and scheduling. You will need to bring a travel companion with you for your egg retrieval. Your travel companion’s expenses will be covered.
Injections for Egg Donors
Potential Egg Donors often have questions about the medication and injects they may need to receive to donate eggs.
Watch as one of our Egg Donors explains the medications she is taking to donate her eggs to an excited future parent! She does a fabulous job of breaking it down and explaining medications for egg donation.
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