Why do recipients need egg donation?
Our hopeful parents seek out the help of healthy and diverse egg donors for their family building journey for a number of different reasons.
Advanced maternal age
Women of advanced maternal age who have delayed having children, or who have experienced secondary infertility after having children at a younger age.
Women diagnosed with poor egg quality, diminished ovarian reserve, or those who have experienced premature ovarian failure and have lost their normal reproductive potential.
Women who have undergone several rounds of in vitro fertilization without success.
Women with a history of unexplained, recurrent miscarriage.
Women with a familial history of genetic disorders, especially x-linked genetic disorders such as hemophilia or Fragile X, parents with a history of autosomal dominant disorders, such as Huntington’s disease or neurofibromatosis, or in some situations where both partners are carriers of the same autosomal recessive disorders that cannot be isolated using pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) combined with IVF.
Women with a history of cancer who have undergone chemotherapy or radiation treatment without the opportunity to preserve their fertility in advance of cancer treatment.
Single fathers and gay couples who want to create a genetic connection to their children.
While there are many different reasons recipients need egg donation to help them in their family building journey, by choosing to donate your eggs, you are giving others hope while playing a vital part in making the dreams of parenthood a reality.
Apply to Become an Egg Donor Today
We invite you join us in this rewarding journey by applying to become an egg donor.
If, after reading through the information above, you believe egg donation is right for you, click below to complete our online egg donor application form.