Share Hope: Become an Egg Donor
For many unfortunate reasons, some women are unable to conceive a child utilizing their own eggs and require the use of donor eggs. MCRM is currently recruiting anonymous egg donors to participate in the Donor Egg Bank USA national program. MCRM recognizes the decision to be an egg donor is one that is not easily made and on behalf of those in need of donor eggs we greatly appreciate the consideration that is given. The gift that an egg donor provides is the future hope for a desiring individual/couple to achieve the ultimate dream of parenthood. Per guidelines set forth by the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), donors are compensated for their time and commitment.Donors who pass several rounds of screening and complete an egg retrieval cycle will be compensated a minimum of $5,000.
Prospective egg donors are required to be screened to ensure their health and psychological status. Becoming an egg donor is a very large responsibility and in order for prospective donors to qualify to become donors they must meet strict medical standards. These standards include:
- Women between the ages of 21-32 (First Time Donors 21-28)
- Healthy, Non-Smoker with no drug usage
- STD Free
- Normal Height and Weight (BMI 18-28)
Those interested in beginning the process of qualifying to become a donor must initially complete this online screening questionnaire. Those that meet the criteria within this initial screening will proceed to the second tier of the application process. Those that pass through the application process will then be contacted by an MCRM egg donor coordinator who will arrange for an initial appointment to begin your journey of becoming an egg donor.