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How to Donate Eggs for Money

Updated on June 30, 2015

So You Want to Donate Eggs for Money

Many people have heard about egg donation, but not everyone understands the process. Maybe you saw an advertisement on Craigslist looking for egg donors and want to learn more.

A lot of young college students decide to donate when they find out they can make $7000 or more when they donate eggs. While that's a lot of money, keep in mind that there's a reason you're getting paid so much money! This is a complicated process that will take up a fair amount of your time. On top of that there are some personal issues you should consider before you make the decision to donate your eggs.

Can You Really Get Paid to Donate Eggs?

Smart people should always hear alarm bells when someone offers them thousands of dollars for what seems like very little work. Egg donation is one of those rare instances where there truly is a market for something that's relatively easy.

The amount of money you can be paid typically ranges from around $4,000 to $10,000. There is a fairly diverse market for eggs.

  • Many women are at least allowed to place their information in a book for prospective parents.
  • Men can generally only donate sperm if they're close to 6 feet tall and have a college education.
  • Being attractive and well-educated will certainly help your prospects for selection, but many couples simply look for an egg donor that shares physical similarities with themselves.

As we'll discuss later, you will want to look for an agency that's reputable. Many advertisements promise exorbitant rates (anything over $10k starts to sound fishy). These may actually just be egg brokers looking to lure in interested parties, and then offer something much lower when everything is ready to go. There do seem to be some egg donation offers that are legitimate and higher, but these far exceed the professional ethics guidelines for what is necessary.

What is the Egg Donation Process?

  1. Find an agency. There are many agencies. Take your time to research them. Keep in mind that most potential parents are willing to pay for travel expenses, so you aren't limited by geography.
  2. Go through the screening process. The agency will put you through a vigorous screening process that is used to build your case, profile, and to sure you're healthy enough to donate as well.
  3. Wait for inquiry. This step may take as little as a few weeks, or it may never come. Prospective parents will have to choose you from all the potential women they look at. But remember, there are many people out there looking for egg donors.
  4. Interview and/or medical checkup. Most prospective parents will want to fly you to their local fertility specialist. Sometimes. they will meet with you. Other times, you'll simply get checked up by the doctor. Expect a pelvic exam, blood draw, and psychological evaluation to make sure you are a fit candidate for the procedure.
  5. Be selected. If everything goes well, the prospective parents will move forward. At this point, you should receive a contract that covers the payment schedule and treatment obligations of the parents. Remember, you should never have to pay out of pocket for any medical or travel expenses incurred through this process.
  6. Begin hormone treatment. At this point, you should have already discussed hormone treatments with the doctors. Now you will receive shipments so you can begin. Typically, these will be sent via FedEx or UPS to your home. The hormones are needed so that you will produce multiple eggs that can be harvested.
  7. Egg harvesting procedure. The most common procedure is called Ultrasound Guided Aspiration. The procedure has an excellent track record of safety and is also relatively quick.
  8. Get paid. Usually, you will get a small portion of money around the time you begin hormone treatment (it's typical to receive about $1000 at that stage). The remainder will be due once the procedure has been completed. Again, most reputable agencies pay between $4,000 and $10,000 total.

Personal Issues to Consider when You Donate Eggs

When making the decision to donate your eggs, it's important to think about the personal issues involved. You're going to be helping somebody have a child that doesn't have the ability to have their own, and most people think that's a wonderful thing. It is, of course. However, you should consider how you'll react knowing that there's a child in the world that is genetically yours. In most states and most situations, you will have no access to the child in the future. Egg donors have no parental rights as far as the state is concerned.

This is a deeply personal matter and you should careful consider if you are okay with this arrangement. In some limited circumstances, the legal parents of the child will create an agreement where you can contact the child in the future. However, this is definitely not the norm and tends to happen more frequently when you know the couple using your eggs before the donation process begins.

How Do You Avoid Egg Donation Scams?

  • The most important thing to remember is that a legitimate egg donation will involve no money upfront from you.
  • Also, once you're selected you should be signing a legal contract that guarantees all of your legal and travel expenses will be paid for while you are on hormone treatment and when your eggs are harvested.
  • You will want to make sure that you look into whatever agency you choose to work with. Ask for references from former egg donors who have gone through the process.
  • The biggest thing you'll want to look out for are egg brokers. As we discussed earlier, promises of $50,000 for eggs should be taken with a grain of salt and are likely an attempt to compile a database of potential donors. Don't waste your time with brokers since there are many agencies that handle this sort of thing more efficiently.

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Did you donate eggs for money? Do you have a question about the egg donation process? Please feel free to ask in the comments section below! Thanks!


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      Mrs. Dupree 7 years ago

      Are there any trustworthy and legitimate companies that you can refer me to?

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      mrs wahid 7 years ago

      are you based in the usa or uk

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      Mrs. Dupree 6 years ago

      Oklahoma, USA

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      ms williams 6 years ago

      are there age requirements?

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      Ms Bush 6 years ago

      I live in upstate NY, and I want to donate eggs. Can someone refer me to an agency?

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      Ms Deming 6 years ago

      How do i find center near me? I stay in the detroit Mi area.

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      Ms. amber 6 years ago

      I am really interested in donating my eggs. I think it would be great to help a couple. I am young and I think it would be a wonderful thing to do.

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      Brooke 6 years ago

      Remember that eggs are a limited resource.

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      Sadie Valentine 6 years ago

      I have seen those signs around college, and never really took them seriously for several reasons. One, the "genetic child" issue. Two, the fact that you will have to be on hormone treatments for a few months before you can donate your eggs (I don't even like to take Tylenol if I have a tooth ache, let alone hormone treatments!) Third, and I don't know if this gets addressed when meeting with doctors or not, is that women have a set number of eggs in their body when they're born. When the eggs are gone, you go through menopause. What happens to your body's natural reproductive cycle if you have eggs harvested? I'm sure they don't take tons of eggs or anything, probably only a few, but just wondering.

      Anyways, definitely not something I would do, but it's interesting where medical research has brought us to.

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      Pam 6 years ago

      I am a 40 year old with three great kids. I had my tubes tied after my youngest was born 20 years ago. Can I still donate my eggs and will the fact that I have three heathy children make a difference in the amount I can her?

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      LisaMaddux 6 years ago from Alabama

      Most of the time, the hormones are given to someone in the form of shots. There is a chance that there maybe a hormone pill. I found this article very informative. I never really thought about something like this before. I am a college student and I have never seen one of those posters/fliers around my college.

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      Katie 6 years ago

      Anyone know of any place to do this around Missouri? I am pregnant with my third and final child so I think it would be great to help someone who can't have children accomplish their dream.

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      Heather 6 years ago

      I'm 19 years old and live in California, Does anyone have any experience with a good trustworthy company they can refer me to? Thanks

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      ashley 6 years ago

      do u need a high school and college education

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      anna 6 years ago

      in colorado they advertise on the radio for this. Through Colorado Egg Donation (i think that is what it is called) anyhow they say they pay up to 5,000 for the eggs. and actually state that requirements are as follows: be between the ages of 18-35, non smoker in good health, college background (either degree or working on getting it)

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      yolanda 6 years ago


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      dixie 6 years ago

      How old do you have to be to donate the eggs and is there a cut off age where you can't be to old?

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      Anjelica 6 years ago

      So are there any serious risks taht can affect your body in the future thst can prevent you from actually getting pregnant and having your own kids? I want to do this procedure but I am not sure of some things. I'd like to be able to get this money too] help out my family with their financial situation since we just lost our home but I want to have kids in the future, I am 18 so I don't need anything going wrong with the procedure and then I am not allowed to have kids.

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      Sherri 6 years ago

      I am a very fir 50 year old woman who is still having regular periods, can I donate?

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      cayla 6 years ago

      No one past age 30 can donate from what I have researched. Most agencys require that you are a healthy wieght and don't have any dibilatating mental or physical illness. I am looking to donate in the bay area and have done the research, still looking though. San Francisco seems promising.

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      teresa 6 years ago

      i want to know if i can donate my eggs at the age of 42 and no colleg degree. I also don't have my uterus but i have both ovaries

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      Annie  6 years ago

      I live near Kansas City Missouri, is there somewhere near by where I can donate eggs? I want kids one day, but I also want to help woman that cant have any children in their own. I'm 22 years old and healthy.

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      andrea 6 years ago

      I am a 30 year old college student and I have had a tubal but still have everything. I am very interested in both helping other families have children and also the money. I have two beautiful kids and really don't want to have any more. I live in east texas and would love to find a place close by. Not real sure about he hormones but i think it would be worth knowing i helped a family have a child.

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      vickie 6 years ago

      Well Im in the houston area and I find this interesting. I wouldn't mind doing this or carrying a child for someone I don't know what it feels like to not be able to have kids but I have three in just finished college I love it in wouldn't change it for the world I would like to know I helped someone have that same joy I do everyday.

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      Ms.Solome J. 6 years ago

      I have 4 beautiful children and had my tubes tied 4 years ago, would i still be able to donate? If so could you please refer me to an egg donation center?

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      philipandrews188 6 years ago

      Great hub.

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      cristina  6 years ago

      do you have to travel or is that a maybe issue and will you be able to have kids again if you donate some egg to an agnecy and im from florida how do i get in contact with someone that's serious and not a broker

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      Pradhan 6 years ago

      I am interested to donate eggs. Please let me know the pros and cons of it

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      None 6 years ago

      Where can I donate eggs in Ohio?

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      tina 6 years ago

      I am 42 and had a partial hysterectomy I still have my egg so I do ovulate. I am done having children and I would love to bring joy to a couple with a baby of their own. Please let me know how I can find the right company to go through can you hekp me?


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      MP 5 years ago

      So this sounds like it takes time. So is it not as easy and one to three? You don't go in get tested and then they take the eggs? You have to wait until someone picks you to give your eggs away?

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      Diane 5 years ago

      Where the h*** are the people who are supposed to be answering questions?

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      Erika 5 years ago

      Hi everyone! I'm 25 and have been using as my agency. I was recently selected by a business woman in new jersey. I live in California and TinyTreasures has an office here and in Boston so this will work out perfectly.

      I'm waiting to finish my bc cycle so my hormones will regulate, and then I'll begin the blood test and ultrasound to make sure everything is normal. After that (and I'm not paying for ANYTHING, by the way) they'll fly me to new jersey for more tests and I'll start the injections. I'm very excited. I should be getting $4k. I think donors need to be over 18, at least, with no medical issues.

      The whole process usually takes around three months.

      I will definitely be able to have my own kids after this process (I have none right now).

      Hope this helps some of you!! :)

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      mae_mae 5 years ago

      Hi I'm interested in donating my eggs I want to help a couple

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      Jennifer Nelson 5 years ago

      This post was right on. There are many requirements to donate your eggs. These stringent requirements are on top of the very involved and time consuming process of egg donation. And yes gals, there are risks involved! Please make sure you educate yourselves! Not only are there physical risks, but please make sure you contemplate the emotional aspects of egg donation as well.

      A good agency should set you up with a psychologist to discuss your emotional well being and thoughts on the process, as well as coordinate legal counsel for you so that you will be protected with contracts and have your lawyer guide you to understand your legal rights and obligations.

      Any of you gals are welcome to visit and read up on some of the risks involved, the donor requirements, and the entire process overall. Of course, do not just take your information from one site - glean from different resources to educate yourself with ever aspect of the process.

      And of course, if you'd like to apply to become an egg donor with An Angel's Gift (A Colorado based egg donation agency) please feel free to do so.

      - Jennifer

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      Jennifer Nelson 5 years ago

      If I may, I’m happy to answer a few of your questions.

      MP – Yes, the entire process takes time. Assuming you meet the initial qualifications, there is no determining when you may be chosen by a set of intended parents. You could be chosen within a month, and there’s a chance you may never be chosen. It depends entirely on what the intended parents are looking for. Agencies can never guarantee to match you. However, if you’re chosen, the entire cycle can last approximately three months though each cycle is different. During this time you can expect to sign contracts, meet with a psychologist, have a lengthy initial exam including a vaginal ultrasound, blood test, overall physical, drug testing, and more. You’ll also attend many early morning monitoring appointments with the IVF clinic, and give self administered subcutaneous injections at home for a period of approximately 20 of those days. The doctors appointments will involve regular blood draws and vaginal ultrasounds to check your progress. After this entire process, the eggs will be retrieved at which point you should receive the remainder of your compensation.

      Tina – most programs cut off the maximum age limit at 33, so you would most likely not qualify to donate your eggs.

      None – You’re not limited to any geographical area to donate your eggs (Ohio) unless you truly desire to stay local. If you are willing to travel, the intended parents will pay for your traveling expenses.

      Cristina – you’re never required to travel. Just let the agency you’re working with know if you would be willing to travel or not. In addition to paying your traveling expenses, intended parents will also pay for child care if you need someone to watch your children while you’re away. Usually this traveling time away from home is approximately 5 days, but this is just a general average. It could always be a few days more depending on the clinic. However, you should be given plenty of advanced notice of when you could expect to travel so you have time to plan… assuming you were willing to travel in the first place.

      Ms. Solome J. – You would still qualify to donate if you have had your tubes tied. The egg retrieval procedure actually bypasses the fallopian tubes and accesses your ovaries directly.

      Teresa – some programs do REQUIRE that you have a college degree or are currently attending college, but not all. Many just ask that you have a minimum of a high school degree. However, your age probably would be an issue since many programs (clinics and agencies) require that you be under age 33 to donate. All programs differ on their age requirements. Some go as low as 18 (the legal age to enter into a contractual agreement) while the ASRM suggests a minimum age of 21 to ensure the donor is mature enough to understand the process of egg donation, and the maximum I’ve seen is 33 with a few exceptions. An Angel’s Gift, Inc., requires that our donors be between ages 21-30.

      Anjelica and Yolanda – donating your eggs should not affect your future ability to get pregnant. I’ve been a five time egg donor and my husband and I are expecting a beautiful baby in March of 2012. We got pregnant on our first try.

      Sadie Valentine and Brooke – donating your eggs would never leave you with no eggs to have your own future children. While your statement is true that a woman does have a set number of eggs and enters into menopause after all of her ovarian reserve is used up, egg donation would not affect this number significantly. A woman has 1- 2 million eggs before she is even born. You lose hundreds of thousands before you even hit puberty. An average egg donation cycle will retrieve 15-20 eggs (again, just an average as some retrieve less, some retrieve as many as 50 although that’s less common), which is just a tiny drop in the bucket compared to the hundreds of thousands you still have. Each month a woman naturally looses about 1,000 eggs, as only 1, maybe 2 actually reach maturity and are released from the ovaries each month. An egg donation cycle just causes more eggs out of that 1,000 that you would lose anyway to mature, resulting in 15-20 retrievable oocytes.

      Again, you’re welcome to find more information on my website,, although there are many, many helpful resources via books, internet, or even your local infertility clinic that can give you more information on the process.

      - Jennifer Nelson

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      eva 5 years ago

      i am 34 and have 4 kids would i be able to do this

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      Sabby 5 years ago

      I have tubal ligation. Will I be able to donate?

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      caroline 5 years ago

      i recently donated my eggs to my friend, but there are several legitimate agencies out there - most of which will have your information available to women [or men] across the country. Before they asked our friend-base I know they looked at:

      Fertility Network Agency

      Extraordinary Conceptions


      Surrogate Alternatives

      You must remember not everyone can donate eggs. You usually have to be at least 21 [though I've seen some places that accept 20 year olds]. You must be a non-smoker and you have to pass a drug test. They offer you an application that you must fill out [most are about 10 pages long] of you and your family's health history. Your high school diploma is almost always mandatory, but you don't need your college degree even though it is usually what future parents look for. I've been told girls with nicer traits are more likely to be picked for the process as how the donor looks will reflect the look of the child.

      If you are picked for the process it takes several month where you must abstain from sex, drugs, alcohol, and very rigorous exercise. You can only donate so many times and even the first time you donate, due to the hormones, you are susceptible to future fertility problems due to over stimulation of the ovaries. Though it doesn't happen to everyone, you should keep that in mind - especially if a family is extraordinarily important to your plans of the future.

      Though the process was strenuous, for me, and got quite stressful, it was still a great experience. The opportunity is what you make of it, don't donate because you like the idea of 5K in your bank account. Only apply if you are mentally and physically prepared - there are several people who say they want to donate but pull their application once they get an interested couple because they get scared which is very frustrating to those serious about the process.

      Hope this helps!

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      selena 5 years ago

      How do I find a center to donate, i am 28 almost 29 and would love to donate.

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      nicky 5 years ago

      I am 41,,have 3 great healthy children,Am I too old to offer my eggs??

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      Katie 5 years ago

      Im a healthy 41yr old and gave birth to 4 healthy babies that were given away for adoption with no problems. I'm interested in making money. Anyone know a good place near Georgia?

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      Cassandra 5 years ago

      I Have not donated but am thinking about looking in to it!I have no kids, im 23 and am thinking of doing this to pay for in vitro! but i think i read if your older than 29 they will not take your eggs because the older you are the bigger the chance of defective eggs!! I don't know if they will take your eggs if you have pcos???

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      Christopher ontiveros 5 years ago

      My number is 9567563391 interested

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      Julie 5 years ago

      Can u still donate after bein fixed

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      Kay 5 years ago

      im 32 soon to be 33. ..i live in Detroit MI are there any reputible agencies in my area that I may qualify for? Thanks in advance!

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      latonya davis 5 years ago

      I wanted to know about donating.

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      I. Sonnett Stern 5 years ago

      I live in Chico, California and would like to donate my eggs. Is there a reputable company I can contact?

      I. Sonnett Stern

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      A.J. 5 years ago

      Why do you need to be college educated to donate?

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      Just Cause 5 years ago

      @ A.J. Because we do not need more "stupids" in the world.

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      cazz 5 years ago

      i would love to do this because i enjoy my 4 kids but this will have to be a decision of me and my husband i wanted to be a surrogate for our friends but just when they were thinking their invtro worked but my husband has other worldly views i will ask but i highly doubt he will approve to all those who do donate and help wonderful family's be born i thank you

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      rica 5 years ago

      Hello everyone, I am looking to donate my eggs. I have a 6 year old son who is very intellegent and good looking. Im 5'4", light skin, African American and Puerto Rican, long hair, very nice shape, small feet, pretty teeth, and cute small ears. I'm currently enrolled in college for early childhood, had a degree in culinary, and in the future I will be going to cosmotology. Does anyone know of a legit place for me to donate in North Carolina.

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      ebony turner 5 years ago

      Does the egg donation hurt in anyway

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      Danielle Zerla 5 years ago

      will egg donation hurt my chances of haven a child in the future

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      anon 5 years ago

      I'm 20 years old and have no mental or physical health conditions and I want to donate. I want $10,000 though! I'm working on a Masters degree.

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      Illyria Mcclelan 5 years ago from Garden Grove, California

      could donating my eggs hurt my chances of getting pregnant in the future?

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      Prefer Not2 Disclose 5 years ago from VA

      I think egg donation centers should read this thread. Anyone that asked a question that was already asked/ answered further up should be permanently barred from donating since they must be illiterate (how someone learns to write without reading is beyond me). Read people!

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      Ediat 5 years ago


      i found couple diferent agencys in CA.

      one starts at $7000 / $8000 for first timers and then goes up $2000 for each next cycle.

      Other company Starts at $10.000 first time. and goes up $500 each next time..

      19-30 years old, High School diploma, some college or at least 2 years of college /certificate.

      google for Premier Egg donation Agency

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      Jennifer L Nelson 5 years ago

      I see many of you asking some of the frequently asked questions (FAQ) which may be answered by visiting

      @ Ediat - You may want to be skeptical of Egg Donor agencies or 'companies' offering $10,000+ for first time egg donors, since the ASRM suggests that sums above $10,000 compensation are inappropriate. Remember, egg donor compensation is not regulated by law, however, the ASRM has ethical guidelines surrounding compensation for a reason. In many countries compensated egg donation is illegal, and many legislative pursuits have surfaced to do the same in America due to some of these outrageous compensation requests.

      @ Illyria and Danielle - Most donors who choose to have children after donating their eggs are able to successfully achieve pregnancy without any difficulty.

      @ anon – Since intended parents are taking a financial and emotional risk with a first time/unproven donor, $10,000 may be just a bit much to ask. At An Angel’s Gift, Inc., we request that our first time egg donors adhere to a first time donor maximum of $5,000 for several reasons. Firstly, there may be additional testing that needs to be done on a first time donor that the intended parents will have to pay for – some tests that may possibly be avoided with a repeat donor. Secondly, since egg donation requires a lot of time, effort, and responsibility on your behalf, intended parents don’t have a ‘precedence’ per se that you will not fall through and become unreliable.

      @ Ebony – The actual egg retrieval is a surgical procedure whereby your eggs are aspirated by an ultrasound guided needle. You are comfortably sleeping during this procedure, however it is still a surgical procedure and you will feel bloating and discomfort afterward. Additionally, you will have to give yourself subcutaneous injections to administer the fertility medications necessary to donate your eggs. If you’re afraid of needles, egg donation is not for you!

      @ AJ – not all agencies require you to be a college graduate. However, the simple fact that you pursued higher education, and were able to successfully complete such an accomplishment does speak to your tenacity and responsibility. Since reliability is so important when donating your eggs, having a college education speaks volumes. Additionally, many (not all) intended parents require college education for their donors. Since intended parents make the egg donor selection, it only makes sense that agencies recruit what intended parents are looking for.

      @ Katie and Nicky – Many clinics and egg donor programs require that their donor applicants be between the ages of 19-33. I’ve not personally seen ages older than 33 accepted into programs, but they may be out there. At An Angel’s Gift, we require our donors be at least 21 years of age, but not older than 30. At 41 you would unfortunately not be eligible to donate your eggs.

      @ Sabby - Yes. The procedure bypasses your fallopian tubes and accesses the ovaries directly

      Again, MANY questions you gals ask are answered on our FAQ page: - Best of luck to all you wonderful ladies with such big hearts willing to help others!!!

      - Jennifer Nelson

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      sharon ince 5 years ago

      am looking to donate my eggs were do i start what's the best agancy?

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      jen1233 5 years ago

      Hi, i'm from the united kingdom and wondered if it was possible to donate my eggs using a U.S based agency??

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      ceemarie731 5 years ago

      I'm 21 and having my first baby , was interested in donating after the baby is here. I live in up state Vermont , could anyone refere me ?

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      carol 5 years ago

      I'm 21 years old just had a new born been living with my child's father & he recently kicked me out so lately I been staying where ever I can go staying house to house wit my child & no job this would be a very good head start for me does anyone knows any agencys in Brooklyn new York

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      amanda 5 years ago

      i live in everett washington and where can i go to donate mine?

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      claire 5 years ago

      I live in the uk and am interesded in selling my eggs. Can you recommend any centers in western europe who are looking for egg doners

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      Miri 5 years ago

      What is considered a healthy weight?

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      Liz 5 years ago

      Im 35 years, can I still donate. Can you recommend any center in Nashville TN or Murbreesboro Tn.

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      Diana 5 years ago

      I am 34 & very interested in helping a family achieve a healthy child. I've had a tubal but still have everything & I have 6 kids of my own. I know I'm very fertile. I just would like something or someone to work with in the middle tennessee area.

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      stacy 5 years ago

      can I still have my own kids if I do this? Do they take all my eggs out of me? This must sound wearied to ask right.

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      Bren 5 years ago

      I would love to donate eggs! I have 2 wonderful children of my own that are very smart, and I'm happy with them and don't wish to have anymore. I would love to help someone who can't have children out! It would be an amazing thing! I have found a clinic near my home that I plan to contact in the very near future!

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      Tiffany 5 years ago

      Are there any donor places near Clarksville TN?

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      Saleina 5 years ago

      Is a woman in Perimenopause able to donate her eggs to a specific couple and are there any risks for the childs health and wellbeing.

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      Nicolette 5 years ago

      Is there any way I can Donate eggs without having a Uterus? I was born without one but I apparently still have healthy eggs

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      May 5 years ago

      Is this safe? If somebody donated their eggs, can they still have a baby? Is there any infections after?

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      Carina 5 years ago

      I'm 17 with no college degree obviously but I'm willing to sell my eggs if possible(: I'll help give women kids that aren't able to have kids for whatever reason. I'm really interested in the money cause I have a 15 month old baby & I really need the money.

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      Carina 5 years ago

      I'm 17 with no college degree obviously but I'm willing to sell my eggs if possible(: I'll help give women kids that aren't able to have kids for whatever reason. I'm really interested in the money cause I have a 15 month old baby & I really need the money.

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      rebecca 5 years ago

      29 year old mother of 5 recently had tubal ligation but still have many eggs to donate...I live in canada would love to make a couples dreams come true, as i have been blessed myself..

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      Charlene 5 years ago

      If I wasn't afraid of IVs and giving blood, then I would do this. As a college student, I could use the money. Plus, it's nice to help people. If there was a way to knock me out so they could take my blood, then I could do it.

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      Sydney 5 years ago

      Do you have to have a college degree?

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      ashley1988 5 years ago

      i don't understand why you have to have a high school diploma to donate eggs. it shouldn't matter about education if a young woman is willing to donate their eggs to someone who is in fertal so that thay will have a chance to be a mommy, all that should matter is that the doner is clean disease free and in good health they should be allowed to donate.

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      SarahMarie 5 years ago

      why aren't there any christian companies to donate with? They do adoption all the time why not egg donation?

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      Bajrang Singh 5 years ago

      Kind. attention :- If any one is interested in donating eggs, kindly send us the CV having all the necessary details with a picture

      We are IVF centre located at Gurgaon (Delhi NCR) INDIA.

      Or you can reach us at +91 9910700564

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      shanae simmer 5 years ago

      after donating eggs are you stile fertile?

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      joe 5 years ago

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      Caitlyn 5 years ago

      I live in New York, N.F. I want to donate some eggs, But I do not know where there is a center near me that I can. Someone please help me find one.

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      jani 5 years ago

      you should only do this if you are not going to have more kids, there is a risk it can make you not able to ovulate..

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      brittany 5 years ago

      Will this affect me having my own child on the future??

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      Stephanie Mathis 5 years ago

      were can i go to get this done here in Indianapolis? i have a total of four kids and i don't want anymore all i have is asthma, but other than that i am completely healthy.

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      McCormack 5 years ago

      I am 18, is that too young?

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      Ashley Hartsell 5 years ago

      What if I don't have insurance? Am I still eligible?

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      Rebecca 5 years ago

      This video is very informative regarding the donation process:

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      JNW 5 years ago

      I Live In Mississippi , are there any donor places near me.?

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      Ari 5 years ago

      me and my sister are both looking to donate eggs. we are both in college i', 24 and she is 27. Can anyone point us in the right direction.

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      Egg Doner 5 years ago

      Hi. I am knot from colleges and I dontaed eggz b4. I AM VERY FERAL.Bye.

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      Sophie 5 years ago

      I do also need to donate eggs. Iam an african. Any one interested can reach me on

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      Sarah 5 years ago

      Your comments are thee exact reasoning behind an education of some sort being necessary. My goodness some of you sound slower than molasses ????

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      kathryn anne 5 years ago

      Hello, my name is kathryn and i recently got kicked out of my home and had to turn custody of my 4 month old to his father because of that. But i digress; im 18 years old, i graduated high school a year ago, and my son is in the 96th percentile and he was born at 9.67 lbs (strong genes), i was hoping to locate an agency- a legit agency or couple mind you that would like me to donate my eggs in the st louis/ belleville illinois area.

      I have black hair, blue eyes, im roughly 5'4", i weigh about 130 pounds and i wont deny that im pretty stocky in my build. Ive read and have weighed the pros and cons on this. However my uniformed conclusion was that even though he is no longer in my care id still love to provide my lil monkey (my son) a good college education and get into a rental for myself so i could see him more often as well

      My email is::

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      Jessica nash tenn 5 years ago

      Want to donate im having my 2nd child sept 2012 its a boy I have a 4yr girl

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      megan 5 years ago

      I would like to donate my eggs. Im not wanting to have anymore kids.I got my tubes tied, can I still donate? Im 22 and i would love to help a family that wants children but are not able to conceive.

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      Sara 5 years ago

      How do I know the kid won't come looking for me someday, and also what if the kid ends up being with horrible parents and ends up having a crappy life? How will I know that the parents will always be good parents and raise "my" biological child in a good home?

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      jenn 5 years ago

      I've looked into a couple clinics but all say only available to US residents. I live in Canada and am a healthy University student, able to travel over the border if necessary. Are there any egg donation service that you know of which would facilitate a Canadian egg donation?

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      lois munson 4 years ago

      I'm interesting in donating my eggs, who do u talk to?

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      Healthyu808 4 years ago

      Hello all, I have been an egg donor for years and can answer questions about my personal experiences. I have successfully donated and caused a pregnancy 5 times now. I have strong European genes of Swedish and Norweign decent so on a side note if anyone is looking for a donor feel free to contact me also as I am experienced and am starting my own agency now. Any interested egg donors can email me so I can contact them when the database is up and running.

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      Crystal 4 years ago

      Healthyu808 I AM in the usa Missouri, and would like to donate several of my eggs. How do I go about this? Can u asssist? Thanks

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      Anonymous 4 years ago

      WOMEN ARE BORN WITH BILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF EGGS, it is impossible for a woman to "run out" of eggs, unless I suppose her ovaries were removed. Menopause happens when your body gets TOO OLD to support the reproductive system and create children. DUUUH. I have thought about donating a few of my eggs since I am young and most likely an ideal candidate. It wouldn't hurt for extra cash since being a college student is difficult and I eat so much insta-ramen I can barely taste it anymore. haha. But I'll continue my research from here.

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      pearl 4 years ago

      am an african,over 21 and has been aproached to help my sister by donating my eggs . however am not sexually active and wonder if virgins are eligible to donate as well.

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      pearl 4 years ago

      am an african,over 21 and has been aproached to help my sister by donating my eggs . however am not sexually active and wonder if virgins are eligible to donate as well.

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      rory 3 years ago

      I am 22 and considering this. I have my sister who is unable to have kids, so if I could help others in this situation, since I can't help my sister, that would please me..

      I would also like to make some money on the side. I am not sexually active, so as a virgin, could I donate? In the future, if I donate now, will I be able to have kids of my own when I choose too?

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      sir, donate money for charity for needy preson

      name sanjeev kumar account number 115001500665

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      bank- icici bank ranchi

      thanks and regards


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      tonya 3 years ago

      my name is Tonya Sneed I have 5 beautiful babies 2 girls 3 boys all blonde hair blue eyes my genes are strong all of my babies look just like me if you are interested in my ex you can contact me at 904 418-0031.

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      Jenifer 3 years ago

      I live in Flagler County Florida and would like to know if anyone knows of any legit and good Egg donation companies that I can talk to. Thank you

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      Krystal 3 years ago

      Can Canadians Donate in the U.S.?

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      joyann crum 3 years ago

      Hello I'm a 29 years old female I just had a little boy a year ago and its the most beautiful thing that I ever experienced and I would love to see someone feel that same feeling.

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      Marquita Doctor 3 years ago

      This procedure sounds very interesting and I thought about it but I also have many questions. If decided does hormonal procedure make you act crazy will offset your regular menstrual periods. Can it affect your overall health if your healthy. Can u donate if you're tubes are tied. What are the risk of donating. What happens if the process doesn't go well or things don't turn out as expected does person receiving all the treatment still get something in return just for dedicating there self to the full and complete process and who are trusted donor sites please email me back at Thanks !!

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      mani1987 3 years ago

      i want to donate egg for the money in india if there is any agency or direct company who want mail me

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      Suzanne 3 years ago

      Hi everyone! I have seen multiple comments ask where to do this. An Angel's Gift is a great agency that will help walk through you the entire egg donation process and get you matched up with a set of intended parents.

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      Brandy R.R. 3 years ago

      I have given healthy live births to brilliant, wonderful children. I take my shirt off..I get pregnant. All of my kids are blonde blue eyed, very attractive and honor students. I've had 6 and want no more...ill give emyvery last egg that I have left. Which could be a lot..both of my grandmothers had 10 living children a piec my no is 918'849'8021

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      Jessica 2 years ago

      hi I'm 23 and i have two beautiful little girls and i love kids but i don't want no more trying to take care of these two and it's hard so yes i would be very interested in being able to give someone a chance to have great children in there life .

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      Taylor mock 2 years ago

      I'm trying to look for a place in Tennessee that I could donate to and I don't want to be scammed. Where is the best plae to contact?

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      Anonymous 2 years ago

      i want to say thanks to ashra spell temple who helped me with a cleanse and pregnancy spell. i have been suffering from pcos since i was 16,after trying for 12years spending thousands of dollars, with no result but after contacting ashra and a cleanse and pregnancy spell was done for me , on the second month i became pregnant and today my baby is 18months old thanks to ashra,,, you can ashra on email :,,, everyone ashra is the right one ...

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      Pamela 2 years ago

      how to get started in aurora,il

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      simran bajaj 2 years ago

      Add i m intersted soo plsss help me...

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      So if i don't have an education i cant donate that's not fair just cuz i didn't finish school doesn't mean my kid isn't smart and wont finish school i have a 2 year old and im 19

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      Ashlee 2 years ago

      Are There Any Agency's In Milwaukee WI Or WI In General?

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      shade 2 years ago

      Need help finding a place near Quincy il to donate my eggs

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      shoab 2 years ago

      Who needs a company wants to sell sperm in Miri O

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      Christina jenifer 2 years ago

      I want to donate my egg for money. Because of family financial problems. I'm doing my ug 2nd year college. So I got idea to donate egg.

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      Christina jenifer 2 years ago

      I want to donate my egg for money. Because of family financial problems. I'm doing my ug 2nd year college. So I got idea to donate egg.

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      Amy 2 years ago

      Do you have to be in perfect health and a certain age to donate? I've always been a bigger woman and I'm not sure if that'll matter. I would love to donate so that someone can have their dream even if I can't. If you could point me in the right direction, I would be extremely grateful.

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      Doctor 2 years ago

      My name is Dr Kelvin Great from Kidney Donor Specialist Family History Hospital (KDSFHH), We

      specialistly in organ Surgery, and we deal on the buying and selling of organ human to save lifes,

      and to make other wealthy, we are located in here in the UK, with branches all over the globe. if you

      are Interested in Selling or buying Kidney, Human Eggs, Human Hair, And Even Uterus (womb), Please

      do not hesitate to reply on, because we are in urgent need and here

      to serve you better.


      Dr. Kelvin

      And mind you, we got the backing of NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION(NKF) world wide

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      jenny 2 years ago

      Hi am 28yrs and will like to danate my eggs what do i have to do

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      Lisa 2 years ago

      I'm 28. I already have 3 girls, one 11 years old and twins 9 years old, will that be against me or not. I'm not having anymore children. I would love to help someone have kids but I don't know if there is any Agents in South Carolina. It helps that I could get pay cause money is tight with 3 girls and bills. Please get back to me!

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      Tiffany Martin 2 years ago

      Im a happy 34 yr old mother of 3 beautiful children. I am interested in egg donation simply because I believe in the circle of life. I could not imagine not having my children so I do sympathize with the ones who are unable to do so. I live in Spartanburg South Carolina and I pray that I can help someone enjoy the pleasures of motherhood... I am available if you need me locally unless God has led you to find me from somewhere else.. May your journey be blessed...

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      Tiffany Martin 2 years ago

      Sorry my email is

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      Shannon Owen 2 years ago

      If anyone knows of any good agencies for the USA please email me, I am based in the UK but looking to do so in the USA, thankyou

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      Billie Sharrie Hutchison 23 months ago

      Hello I was wondering if you would know some agencies based in Oklahoma City... I'm donating my eggs because I already have three kids and due to me having them back to back I had to get my tubes tied because my uterus was thinning... Now since I cannot get pregnant again I want to give that joy to a woman who would love to get pregnant,, and to know how it feel to get to carry a baby.... You can reach me at my e-mail address harley.shari Thank you

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      kishor 23 months ago

      Thanks for the information

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