Reproductive Options

Becoming an Egg Donor

Are you seeking a fulfilling way to make a significant impact on someone’s life?

Consider becoming an egg donor and embark on a journey of generosity and compassion. Your decision to donate eggs can be life-changing, granting the precious gift of parenthood to families longing for a child.

Become an Egg Donor Today

Qualifications To Become An Egg Donor

Age: You must be between 21 and 29, to ensure egg quality.

Healthy BMI:  You must have a BMI range of 18 to 30. 

Overall Health: Good physical and mental health are essential. Candidates undergo thorough medical screenings and psychological evaluations to ensure they’re fit for the process.

Non-Smoker: Smoking can have adverse effects on fertility and pregnancy. Egg donors are required to be non-smokers and use no drugs.

Education: Donors need at least a high school diploma or equivalent.

The Reproductive Options Process

We want our egg donors to feel informed and aware of what goes on during each step of this process. That’s why we outlined it for you below!

1. Initial Consultation

Begin your journey by scheduling a confidential consultation with our expert team. This is an opportunity for us to get to know you, understand your goals, and address any questions or concerns you may have.

2. Personalized Planning

Once you decide to move forward, we work closely with you to create a personalized plan that aligns with your values, preferences, and timeline. Our goal is to make this process as stress-free and enjoyable as possible.

3. Egg Retrieval 

Here at Reproductive Options, we can work with egg banks to store your donated eggs, or the intended parents directly. 

4. Supportive Throughout

Through each step, our team is with you every step of the way. We provide emotional support, guidance, and resources to ensure that you feel confident and empowered throughout the entire process.

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Here, we are not just another big agency, and you will not just be another number.
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