Become an Egg Donor

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Become an Egg Donor

Become an Egg Donor and make extra income by helping Infertile Couples.
Life IVF Center is a physician owned medical center and world-renowned Frozen Donor Egg Bank.

Our Southern California program is searching for remarkable donors of Asian, Middle Eastern, or Caucasian Ancestry. All donations are completely anonymous with competitive compensation packages for time travel and effort paid once you complete the egg donation cycle. All medical testing and travel is completely paid for you, including free genetic testing!
Earn between $8,000-$10,000++. Donors from Jewish or Asian Descent or individuals with a High Education may request a higher compensation.

All potential egg donors are screened according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine guidelines and must have the following:

  • Females between the ages of 21-30
  • Nonsmoker
  • Meet height and weight guidelines for your body mass index (BMI)
  • Regular Menstrual cycle when not on hormonal contraception
  • No history of substance abuse
  • No family history of genetic diseases
  • Responsible and reliable
  • Reliable form of transportation
  • Reliable form of transportation

If you are interested, please fill out our egg donor questionnaire and a member of our team will get in contact with you.

Egg Donor Questionaire

Please fill out the following questionnaire to become an egg donor for Life IVF Center.

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For Potential Donors

Begin by reviewing our egg donation requirements and applying online via Life IVF Website TPR Department tab and completing an initial application. After you fill out your initial application, you will be invited to fill out a medical questionnaire about your health, family background, interests, and talents.
A Third Party Reproductive coordinator will contact you to set up an interview with a member of our staff. The interview will involve going over the details of TPR entire process and answering any questions you may have.
After the interview, the next step is to begin your medical screening. Donor will complete a panel of tests which include: a physical assessment, trans vaginal ultrasound, hormone blood testing, and genetic/infectious diseases testing. This will come at no cost to you and will be covered by Life IVF Center.
Once all of your testing and screening is complete, the Medical Director will review your results and you will be notified of your potential acceptance into our program by a member of our TPR department.
The final step is the donation cycle. Donation cycle typically takes 10-16 days and you will begin monitoring over a 2 week period followed by an Egg Retrieval. For details regarding Procedure, Medication, and Compensation please feel free to visit our company FAQs.

Egg Donation FAQs

Egg donor agencies deal with fresh egg donors, while Life IVF Center utilizes a state of the art frozen egg bank.

Committing to an agency for fresh egg donation: there is no guarantee you will be matched with a recipient, if you are eventually matched you would need to synchronize the medical process with the intended parents/recipients. As a result you will have much less control over timing, traveling, and the overall egg donation process.

If you choose to be an egg bank donor at Life IVF Center, you would go through a much easier and stress-free process:

  • Once accepted into our program, you can donate right away and be compensated for your services upon Egg retrieval.
  • You will feel more comfortable with our medical team, as you work directly with the same team each time you donate.
  • Traveling complications will be avoided by donating locally at our center in Orange County, California.
The first step in becoming an egg donor is to fill out our initial online application and submit 2-3 current photos of yourself. If you meet the basic requirements of our program, you will be asked to fill out our full Medical Questionnaire. This will include personal medical history along with basic medical history of family members. Once your application is approved by our Medical staff, you will be contacted to schedule an initial interview. At this time, we will familiarize you on all aspects of participation and answer any question you may have about our program.
In order to ensure highest chance of success and safety to our donors, Life IVF Center mandates that all donors who live within two hours driving distance to our facility be monitored at our clinic in Irvine, California. All monitoring results must be processed within the same day in order to complete your individual treatment plan.

Medication FAQs

When you are in for a morning monitoring appointment, we will first draw blood to assess hormone levels. Following the blood draw, we will evaluate your ovaries using an ultrasound. This ultrasound will show us how your follicles are growing and help us evaluate what dosage of medication to give you that evening. The donation cycle usually lasts for 10-16 days. You will be called or emailed while you are in for monitoring by a member of our nursing staff to ensure medication is properly taken and instructions are being followed correctly.
In order to be considered as an egg donor at our facility you will be required to have a physical assessment exam, infectious disease testing, genetic screening (including a chromosome analysis), and a psychological evaluation (including a psychological health history) and an evaluation of your comfort level with the donor egg program.
The fee paid to you as an egg donor is for the time, effort and inconvenience incurred during the cycle. Donors receive compensation at the conclusion of each completed egg donation cycle. We encourage you to donate multiple times, and a member of the Third Party Reproductive Department will continue to remain in contact for future donations.
The medications utilized during a donation cycle are generally well tolerated. Typical side effects from medication may include bloating, moodiness, breast tenderness, and trouble sleeping. In all scenarios, we have nursing staff and medical staff available to assist. Our clinic has no cases of severe OHSS in over 5 years that this program started.
Women are typically born with approximately 1 million eggs. On average, at puberty, a woman will have an ovarian reserve of approximately 400,000 eggs. Every month about 1,000 eggs become activated and later die during a menstrual cycle. During a controlled stimulation, some of those eggs that would normally die will be stimulated for Egg retrieval.

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