Become an Egg Donor
In addition to the emotional gratification of helping a family grow, donors receive financial compensation. Women tell us that egg (oocyte) donation has funded their education goals and supplemented their income. You should be rewarded for the time and commitment it takes to complete a donor cycle. JCRM/ARS provides you, the egg donor, compensation that reflects your act of service. Egg donor are compensated $4000.00 per cycle and are allowed up to 6 cycles.
Understanding Egg Donor Compensation
To prevent the unethical use of compensation to recruit egg donors, fertility centers such as ours strictly adhere to guidelines set by the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ARSM). The guidelines are to protect you, the egg donor. They allow for compensation to the egg donor and limit the number of times a woman may undergo egg retrieval procedures to provide oocytes to others. JCRM/ARS follows and enforces these guidelines.
Review the Egg Donor Qualifications. If you meet all the of the eligibility qualifications listed, please fill out and submit the Donor Contact Information & Donor Application forms below. Completing the forms is the first step in the egg donor screening process. If the information received is consistent with the practice guidelines, you will be contacted by our donor coordinator for a consultation appointment. At this appointment you will be provided with all the program details and we can answer any questions you may have.
- Women between the ages of 20-29
- Weight appropriate for height- BMI greater than 19 and less than 29
- Non smoker
- No history of recreational drug use
- Healthy with a healthy family history, no underlying health issues
- No recent history of Depo Provera, IUD, or Norplant
- Preferably no body piercing or tattoos within the last year
- Willing to undergo STD and drug testing and psychiatric and genetic evaluation
- Reliable transportation
- Health Insurance
Becoming an egg donor is a serious commitment and does require a comprehensive screening process. The strict screening is to protect donors and intended parents. Egg donors complete physical, genetic and psychological health screenings before approval.
Did you know?
Women are born with all the eggs they will have-millions of them!
Mother nature provides many opportunities for conception. The vast majority of a woman’s eggs never actually fully mature and release. A fertility specialist can access these extra eggs that will naturally dispose of anyway.
We at JCRM/ARS express out heartfelt thanks for your willingness to consider this process. Being selected as a donor can lead to a rewarding journey as you can make a person’s dream of becoming a parent actually come true.