We recognize qualified applicants with egg donor compensation
When you become an egg donor at our Washington, DC fertility center, you can rest assured that your physical safety is a top priority for us. You will also be fairly compensated for your time through our egg donor compensation program.
How our egg donor compensation program works
To participate in our egg donor program and receive egg donor compensation, you must be between the ages of 21 and 31 and have a body mass index, or BMI, of less than 27. After a donor is qualified by our Washington, DC fertility center, she may donate her eggs up to a maximum of seven times.
When you have completed a cycle, our egg donor compensation program will provide you with $8,000 for your time and effort. We also have a referral program that works like this: If you refer another woman after you have completed a cycle, you will be compensated with $200 when that friend completes her first cycle.
Why we compensate egg donors
You are taking time from a busy life to help another woman experience the joys of motherhood. That’s a priceless act of generosity. We recognize that sacrifice with egg donor compensation.
Typically, the time commitment for egg donation is one menstrual cycle. There are several steps involved:
- You complete a preliminary application, and our donor team will let you know if you qualify and we send you a more detailed questionnaire.
- If your application is approved you will be invited to perform an ultrasound and blood tests. If the results indicate good health markers, we will match you with a recipient and schedule a cycle.
- We begin the egg donation cycle.
- We complete the egg retrieval.
All of these steps take time, and we created our egg donor compensation program to recognize the time and efforts of our wonderful egg donors.
We value our egg donors
In addition to our egg donor compensation program, all donors can rest assured that we care about their health and well-being and strive to ensure that there are no problems during the cycle. Thanks to new ways to trigger ovulation and new protocols, the risk of our egg donors developing OHSS, or ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, has virtually been eliminated.
The staff at our Washington, DC fertility center, located in the suburb of Reston, will be happy to discuss our egg donor compensation program with qualified egg donors. We are always happy to answer any questions our donors may have. We want everyone involved in our egg donor process to feel cared for and well informed. Contact us for more information.