Yes you can! Medical science is pretty awesome these days! This is something you will want to discuss with your doctor. It is more expensive to do (PGS) Preimplantation Genetic Screening, but it is available.
Yes, you will learn about her family’s physical and mental health, in addition to their ethnicities. You will also learn about their physical characteristics such as hair color, eye color, and height. We encourage donors to send photos of their [...]
This number will vary depending on where your clinic is located. It averages between $3000-$5000. The donor will typically fly out two times. The first trip will be for her new patient appointment with your doctor. The second trip will [...]
Absolutely, donors love getting heartfelt letters from their intended parents. It makes the process very meaningful for them. This is highly encouraged! FYI, you don’t have to say your names, if you wish to remain anonymous.
Yes. Once you are matched with an egg donor, you will have an agreement with her that covers everything from the medical procedure to your donor’s travel reimbursements (if any) and the type of relationship you wish to have with [...]
A proven donor is someone who has gone through the entire egg donation process and the cycle resulted in a viable pregnancy. A first-time donor is someone who is completing an egg donation cycle for the first time. There is [...]
Contact with your egg donor is up to you and your donor’s comfort level. We do anonymous, semi-anonymous, and known egg donations. We personally feel it is a better experience for both parties when they have some level of contact, [...]
Choosing an egg donor is one of the more challenging choices intended parents will have to make. Often, they will have an idea about certain traits they are looking for (hair color, eye color, and height range are some examples). [...]
Between 20-29 years of age (up to 31 for experienced donors) Body Mass Index (BMI) lower than 28 (calculate your BMI here) No more than one occurrence of the same cancer in family history (except non-genetic cancers, such as leukemia [...]