If you’re considering egg donation, you may have questions. Here we’re addressing the most common questions we hear, such as what the benefits are for donating as well as how to become an egg donor.
What Are the Benefits to Becoming an Egg Donor?
Every individual has their own reasons for choosing to become an egg donor. While some feel fulfilled by being able to provide the gift of life to those who are unable to conceive children on their own, others might see donation as an opportunity to better their lives financially.
On average, an egg donor can be compensated between $9,000–$15,000. For many women, this means that they’ll be able to make significant improvements to their lives. Whether you’ve always dreamed of furthering your education, traveling, or simply bettering your existing financial situation, becoming an egg donor can help you achieve your goals.
How Can I Become an Egg Donor?
Requirements may vary between agencies, but generally speaking, egg donors will need to match the following criteria:
- Able to inject themselves daily with the prescribed fertility medications
- Be between the ages of 20-29
- Completed some level of post-secondary education
- Have a body mass index lower than 28
- No prior psychiatric hospitalization
- No history of heart disease, heart attacks, or recurring genetic cancers in family history
Contact Global Surrogacy Services Today!
At Global Surrogacy Services, we help connect intended parents and gestational surrogates, and assist with the surrogacy process so that all parties have a productive and fulfilling experience.
If you’re interested in learning more about egg donation or gestational surrogacy, call us today at the number on this page. You can also get in touch with us through our contact form.