If you’ve ever thought “I want to donate my eggs”, this article is for you. Deciding to donate eggs is a big deal–for you and or the recipients of your eggs. For you, it means some extra money in your bank account. Maybe you can pay off an old college loan, or pay down a credit card or car note. Even better, imagine how you’ll feel in the future when you look back on your life and realize you’ve helped create a baby–an actual person! You’ll be helping wives and husbands become mothers and fathers. How many people can say they’ve helped other people so intimately and so much? Not many.
For the recipients, your decision means they can finally build the family they’ve been dreaming of. Think of the holidays, birthday parties and graduations they’ll get to celebrate because of the choice you made.
Becoming an egg donor also requires taking on extra responsibilities. You’ll have to attend numerous appointments with your egg donor program, with lawyers, psychologists, and the fertility doctors you’ll be working with. You’ll have to take fertility drugs that can have side effects. And at the end of the process, you’ll undergo a minor surgery, the egg harvesting procedure.
This egg donor guide contains everything you need to know before donating your eggs. Each article is filled with tips and advice to help you make the most of your experience, both financially and personally.
Payment and Compensation Issues
Here are two articles that explain the nitty gritty details of egg donor compensation. You’ll learn about the laws regulating compensation, how much money you can make, when you’ll get paid, and how to file your taxes correctly.
The Egg Donation Process and Procedure in Detail
Here are six articles that teach you about the egg donation process and procedure. You’ll learn some of the history of ovum donation, what agencies usually ask about on applications, and some of the health risks you could run into.
Find the Best Egg Donation Opportunities
Here are three resources to find the best, highest-paying places to donate your eggs.
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions of first-time egg donors. Got a question not listed here? Shoot us an email and we’ll answer it!Return to Blog