The process

Overview

For many women the path to parenthood requires help from an egg donor. Your extraordinary gift will help fulfill someone's dream.

Donor qualifications

  • Healthy women 21 to 31 years old
  • Any ethnic background
  • Non-smoker
  • No significant family history of cancer or mental health conditions
  • No recent travel to area at risk for Zika virus

Basic steps to donate, click to explore

Apply online

Complete the initial application online. This form helps our Donor Team in determine if you qualify for our Program.

Complete the initial application online. This form helps our Donor Team in determine if you qualify for our Program.

Phone call

Applications will be reviewed and you will be contacted by a member of the Ovatures team within two business days to review your story in more detail.

Applications will be reviewed and you will be contacted by a member of the Ovatures team within two business days to review your story in more detail.

Visit clinic

As a potential donor you will meet with the Ovatures team of physicians, nurses and counselors at one of our clinics. During this visit you may have an ultrasound and blood work done. If you qualify based on these results, a follow-up phone call with a genetic counselor will be scheduled. We will contact you […]

As a potential donor you will meet with the Ovatures team of physicians, nurses and counselors at one of our clinics. During this visit you may have an ultrasound and blood work done. If you qualify based on these results, a follow-up phone call with a genetic counselor will be scheduled. We will contact you once this evaluation is complete to let you know if you are accepted into the Program.

Donate

Once your egg donation cycle begins, you will be take injectable medications for up to 10 days to stimulate production of multiple eggs in your ovaries. Once the eggs have matured, you will be scheduled for your egg retrieval. This is a short, painless procedure performed under anesthesia. Most donors are back to their normal […]

Once your egg donation cycle begins, you will be take injectable medications for up to 10 days to stimulate production of multiple eggs in your ovaries. Once the eggs have matured, you will be scheduled for your egg retrieval. This is a short, painless procedure performed under anesthesia. Most donors are back to their normal life the day after donation. One cycle takes approximately two weeks from start to finish. If you want to donate again, you may be eligible to start another cycle immediately following your next period.

Complete the initial application online. This form helps our Donor Team in determine if you qualify for our Program.

Applications will be reviewed and you will be contacted by a member of the Ovatures team within two business days to review your story in more detail.

As a potential donor you will meet with the Ovatures team of physicians, nurses and counselors at one of our clinics. During this visit you may have an ultrasound and blood work done. If you qualify based on these results, a follow-up phone call with a genetic counselor will be scheduled. We will contact you once this evaluation is complete to let you know if you are accepted into the Program.

Once your egg donation cycle begins, you will be take injectable medications for up to 10 days to stimulate production of multiple eggs in your ovaries. Once the eggs have matured, you will be scheduled for your egg retrieval. This is a short, painless procedure performed under anesthesia. Most donors are back to their normal life the day after donation. One cycle takes approximately two weeks from start to finish. If you want to donate again, you may be eligible to start another cycle immediately following your next period.

Upon completion of a cycle, you will be compensated for your time and effort. If you want to donate again, you may be eligible to start another cycle immediately following your next period.