If you’re aged 18-35, you could help other women have a baby by donating some of your own eggs. The process is simple, and as well as helping someone’s dreams come true, you’ll be compensated for your gift.
Many women discover too late that they’re unable to conceive using their own eggs. Reasons include;
- Premature menopause
- Risk of passing on genetic diseases to their children
- They may have experienced illness themselves, such as cancer, or endometriosis
Successful donors will be compensated £750 for each donation cycle.
Becoming an egg donor
In order to become an egg donor there are specific requirements set out by the Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority (HFEA) and the London Women’s Clinic. Egg donors have to be:
- Between the ages of 18 and 35 years
- Fit and healthy with a BMI between 20 and 30 (we’ll measure this for you if you’re not sure)
- Have measurements of ovarian reserve (an indication of egg supply) within the normal range – again, we will check this for you, so you can know your own fertility status.
- Have both ovaries in place
- Have no personal history of transmissible diseases
- Have no personal or family history of inheritable diseases
- Have no untreated polycystic ovarian disease
Contact us to find out how you can help.