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How to become an egg donor

One of the most rewarding gifts that you can give is the gift of life. Assisting Nature IVF Unit’s Egg Donor program has been created specifically for that purpose and is here to facilitate the matching process between egg donors and recipient couples. Our donor coordinators work closely with donors, recipients, and medical staff to make sure that the process is smooth, confidential, and easy to understand. Some women feel the urge to help couples become parents through egg donation.
Understanding the process of egg donation can help you decide if being an egg donor is the right choice for you. Being an egg donor begins with a screening process. In order to be an egg donor, women must meet the following requirements:

  • Between 20 and 32 years of age
  • A high school diploma, college education preferred egg donor
  • Greeks or residents
  • No history of drug abuse
  • In good health
  • Non smoker
  • Willing to self-inject fertility medication and submit to required tests
  • No history of sexually transmitted diseases, even if they have been treated successfully
  • More than 12 months since last tattoo, body piercing or acupuncture treatment

Women who meet the above requirements undergo a thorough screening process to determine if they are physically and mentally suited for egg donation. Once a potential donor has passed the screening process, being an egg donor continues with the use of fertility medication to stimulate your ovaries to produce multiple eggs for retrieval. The fertility medication is administered via injection. The injections are delivered with a small needle and is injected just before the skin. You’ ll self inject the medication every morning and evening after being shown how to administer the medication in our office.

When the eggs have reached the desired maturation, they are retrieved under sedation by use of a needle. The process takes 10-20 minutes and has a recovery time of a one hour, with a follow up visit a week or two after retrieval. Assisting Nature IVF Unit is an world renowned leader in egg and embryo vitrification, total freezing strategy and we pioneered the frozen egg and embryo bank. Because our donors are banking eggs or blastocyst of their recipients for use later, in most cases, there is no need to synchronize your cycle with that of the recipient. You are able to donate eggs on your cyclical schedule.

Why donate my eggs at Assisting Nature IVF?

  • Transparent compensation based on National Low Recruitments
  • No need to be matched with a recipient
  • Wide age acceptance
  • Over three decades of experience
  • Its easy, fast and safe!

Many donors choose to donate their eggs to help couples who are struggling with infertility. Couples who have chosen to use an egg donor may have tried other routes to parenthood unsuccessfully and are seeking a biological bond with their baby. By using an egg donor, they will have the opportunity to carry their baby to term, often that shares a male partner’s genetic material. Whether you are interesting in being an egg donor or are a couple seeking donor eggs, we encourage you to learn more about our program.

Speak with our donor office coordinator for more information on being an egg donor. Simply call +302310424294. Thank You.

How to become an egg donor?
Completing your egg donation cycle with Assisting Nature is very easy! Not only is our program easy to get started with, but it is also a relatively quick process for donors. Our donors typically have their egg retrieval within 2-4 months from the start of their application process. At other clinics, you may wait for a year before they can match you with a recipient. Fill out our pre-screening quiz for us to determine if you are a potential candidate.

If you are, we will be in touch so you can complete the rest of the application form .Our donor coordinator will call you to schedule your first visit with us. You will undergo a series of blood tests and consultations that are required by the National Authorities. This step can take up to six weeks. Please feel free to read more about our donor process.

You will be required to do self-injections to make your ovaries produce the eggs. Our donor team will be with you every step of the way to make sure you are comfortable and committed to the program. Monitoring visits are required to make sure you are responding to the medication. This step may take an additional 2 weeks.