Egg Donor Requirements

What does it take to be an egg donor?

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What does it take to be an egg donor?

Donating with the Eggceptional Donor Group is an honorable and rewarding experience. We allow intended parents to choose a donor that best fits the physical and mental characteristics that are most important to them. Egg donation requirements center around making sure that you are physically healthy and mentally in the right place to donate your eggs. The Eggceptional Donor candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • Be 20 to 29 years of age
  • Have no known reproductive disorders or abnormalities
  • Be free of sexually transmitted diseases and meet FDA guidelines
  • Be physically and emotionally healthy
  • Be of proportional weight; Having a BMI of between 18 to 29 is best
  • Be a non-smoker/nicotine user and non–drug user
  • Have continued education or scholastic achievements, some college, etc.
  • Not have traveled to a Zika risk area within the last 6 months
  • Be willing and able to attend medical appointments 
  • Be willing to undergo a psychological evaluation
  • Be willing to take injectable medication

Once you feel you have a fair understanding of the requirements to become an egg donor, please take a moment to complete the donor application. After reviewing your information, if it seems you would be a good candidate, we will schedule your personal interview.

If you have any questions that have not been answered on the website, we encourage you to call us anytime.

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