Egg Donors

Egg donors are an important part of all that we do as help our clients fulfill their parenthood dreams.

Those in need of an egg donation have often faced infertility and the lost chance of becoming a parent. However, an egg donor has the opportunity to change everything for our intended parents. This is a compassionate act of great empathy and can be a moving journey for the donor as well.

The egg donation process is a powerful experience that offers education about your physical health.

You will learn about your body, and all that egg donation involves as you partake in our detailed tests. With your dedicated commitment, you will change the lives of our intended parents through this gratifying experience.

Below are the requirements to become a Future Generation egg donor:

Humanitarian motivation

Ages 20-30

Weigh under 160 pounds

Normal height to weight ratio (BMI)

Physically healthy

Regular menstrual cycles

Not in use of Depo-Provera or contraceptive implants

Have both ovaries

No reproductive problems

Non-smoker

No current use of drugs or excessive alcohol use

No family history of inherited genetic disorders

Reasonably healthy family medical history

Psychologically healthy

Willingness to take hormone injections

Dependable, mature, and able to keep appointments

A person who has a kind and caring heart and wants to help a loving family

High education, Bachelor degree or higher (full-time college students are accepted)

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Participating in egg donation will provide insight into your health as well as the miracle of pregnancy.

We are committed to maintaining your understanding of your body as it pertains to egg donation as well as your full awareness of each step of the process. Egg donation is an exceptional opportunity to give life, bring hope and learn about yourself.

Here is a brief look at what you can expect when you choose to become an egg donor:

Step 1

Application

Please fill out the egg donor application, and we will contact you.

Step 2

Social Screening

Once your final donor application process is completed and accepted, we will contact you to arrange an over-the-phone or in-person interview. During this initial meeting, you will be informed of the medial processes. We will assist you in completing a donor profile, which will assist in your ideal match with intended parents.

Step 3

Selection

Once your profile is ready, we will add you to our donor database that is accessible to intended parents.

Step 4

Evaluation (Psychological, Genetic, Medical)

You will need to undergo psychological screening to detect the presence of any psychiatric diseases, which could be genetically passed on to the child. You will also be tested for any common genetic disorders. Once your menstrual cycle stars, you will undergo medical screening by IVF doctors for the following conditions: - Sexually transmitted diseases - AIDS - Hepatitis - Pap Smear - Urine Drug Screen - Cystic Fibrosis Genetic Screening - Vaginal ultrasound of the ovaries

Step 5

Legal Contract

All egg donations involve an anonymously signed, legal contract between a donor and a recipient defining parental rights. As a donor, Future Generation offers you, expert legal counsel. This resource will help your understanding of the documents that surrender your right to the retrieved eggs you donate.

Step 6

Cycle Begins

You will begin to synchronize your menstrual cycle with the recipient of your eggs by taking birth control. You will also undergo home fertility hormone treatment. During the treatment phase of the process, you will make brief visits to the physician's office for monitoring.

Step 7

Egg Retrieval

The egg retrieval step takes place in the morning and usually lasts about thirty minutes. You will be sedated for this process, so be sure to arrange a ride home. There will be a short recovery period in the office. We recommend that you quietly rest at home for the remainder of the day. Most women feel fine after this process, and you should be able to return to regular activity the next day. You can expect to get your period in about two weeks.