Egg Donation

Our Egg Donation Programs

Donor Nexus is a world-renowned egg donation agency, offering a variety of unique and flexible egg donation programs. We provide opportunities for interested recipients to browse through our online donor database to select an egg donor for a fresh one-on-one egg donation cycle or select frozen donor eggs that are available in our egg bank. We also have options for recipients to match up with an ongoing shared fresh donor egg cycle. Below, you will find an overview of our egg donation programs. 

Use Donor Eggs to Start or Grow Your Family

The Donor Nexus egg donor programs attract patients worldwide with our proven record of success. Interested recipients receive free access to our comprehensive egg donor database, featuring a diverse selection of available egg donors and frozen donor eggs. We aim to make the process as easy as possible for potential donor egg recipients. If you have any questions, our team is always here to help. To get started, register now for instant and free access to browse through online egg donor profiles!

Donor Nexus, A Leading California Egg Donation Agency

Although we are located in Southern California, we work with both donors and recipients worldwide. If you have already established care with another fertility clinic, our egg donors are available to travel to your clinic for the cycle.

 

 

 

 

 

Overview of our Egg Donation Programs

 

1. Traditional Fresh Egg Donation Options

» Agency Fees Only Fresh Egg Donor Cycle, Starting at $18,700 USD

This cycle is ideal for patients who have established care with a fertility clinic and are requesting the egg donor to travel to the clinic for a traditional cycle. The cycle packages include the donor’s compensation/reimbursement, travel expenses, agency fee, psychological evaluation, legal fees, and temporary egg donor medical insurance.

» Premier Agency Fees Only Fresh Egg Donor Cycle, Starting at $32,000 USD

Donor Nexus is proud to offer our Premier Egg Donor Cycle for all intended parent(s) seeking an egg donor with a specific set of desirable traits, such as higher education, rare ethnicities, professional athletes, musicians, or models.

» All-Inclusive Fresh Egg Donor Cycle, Starting at $41,250 USD

This cycle is also ideal for international patients who have not established care with a fertility clinic yet and would like our team to coordinate all aspects of the egg donor cycle including payment to all parties involved. The all-inclusive package reduces the stress and inconvenience of having to coordinate payment to multiple entities.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR TRADITIONAL DONOR EGG CYCLES

 

2. Premier Egg Donation

» Premier Egg Donor Cycle, Starting at $32,000 USD

Donor Nexus is proud to offer our Premier Egg Donor Cycle for all intended parent(s) seeking an egg donor with a specific set of desirable traits, such as higher education, rare ethnicities, professional athletes, musicians, or models.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PREMIER DONOR EGG CYCLES

 

3. Shared Egg Donation 

» Shared Hope Cycle™ (First-Time Egg Donor starting at $28,500 USD or Previous Egg Donors starting at $30,100 USD*)

Donor Nexus offers the Shared Hope Fresh Egg Donor Cycle as a very affordable and effective option for Intended Parents. We match a fresh egg donor to multiple intended parents, allowing the IVF costs to be reduced by half while still proving intended parents with a great success rate.

*Exact cycle price depends on egg donor compensation and location.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SHARED EGG DONOR CYCLES

 

4. Frozen Egg Donation Options

» Frozen Donor Egg Cycle, Starting at $18,000 USD

Donor Nexus offers a frozen donor egg cycle. It is simple and can be done at a time convenient to the intended parents, as there is no cycling donor that they need to synchronize to. We are able to ship frozen eggs throughout the United States (excluding New York) and internationally. We are happy to help orchestrate shipping to your desired clinic and work with your clinic to ensure all criteria are met prior to shipping. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FROZEN DONOR EGG CYCLES

Egg Donation FAQ

How do I begin with the egg donation process? 

You may register with our online egg donor database to begin searching for your egg donor. You will then receive an email from Donor Nexus with more information about the program you are interested in. We are available for consultations in person, over the phone, or via Skype. For a detailed over, visit: Egg Donation Process

Who are Donor Nexus' egg donors?

Our egg donors are young women aged 19 to 30 years that are fit, healthy and happy. They are college students, young working women and sometimes mothers themselves. They are young women who wish to do something to help others. They are young women that believe in Donor Nexus’ mission of providing egg donation to the many thousands that need it but cannot afford traditional egg donation. Our egg donors are available to travel to clinics outside of their area for the egg donor cycle.

How do we find our egg donors? 

Donor Nexus does very little advertising for egg donors. Many egg donors approach Donor Nexus on their own when they hear about the program through a friend, family member, or past patient. We have an excellent referral program that encourages egg donors who have had positive experiences with our agency to refer their friends or family members who are interested in becoming egg donors themselves.

How do we screen our egg donors? 

Donor Nexus adheres to the absolute highest egg donor screening standards in our industry.

Intake Screening: Prior to the egg donor being uploaded to the database, she completes and submits an extensive application and questionnaire that is reviewed to determine if she would be a suitable egg donor candidate. If the application is accepted, the egg donor candidate’s are interviewed by Donor Nexus either in person, via Skype, or over the phone. Donor Nexus adheres to all ASRM egg donor requirement recommendations.

Medical screening: Each egg donor completes a comprehensive medical questionnaire and is interviewed and examined by a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility subspecialist. The exam includes both a physical examination and ultrasound assessment of the uterus and ovaries.

Ovarian reserve testing: To ensure that the egg donor will be a top producer of eggs, each egg donor has ovarian reserve testing completed. This testing consists of a blood test looking at Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) and an antral follicle count (AFC). The antral follicle count is a special ultrasound where the examiner counts the number of resting eggs the egg donor has. These three tests allow us to reject any egg donor that is not likely to have a good response to fertility medication, greatly reducing the risk of poor response or poor egg quality.

Genetic screening (as requested by the specified fertility clinic): The egg donor is interviewed by a certified genetic counselor in order to identify egg donors that may have an increased risk for genetic diseases. The genetic counselor then recommends any specific tests needed for that specific egg donor based on her family history and ethnicity. In addition to these specific tests, the egg donor also is screened for cystic fibrosis, spinal muscular atrophy, Fragile-X, and a multitude of other genetic diseases. The results of both the genetic counselor’s report as well as the blood tests are available for review by the intended parents.

Psychological screening: Each egg donor is screened by a licensed mental health professional. This includes an interview as well as an objective standardized written test (usually the MMPI). A summary of these test results is available to the intended parents.

Infectious disease screening: Each egg donor is screened for HIV 1 and 2, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HTLV 1 and 2, syphilis, chlamydia and gonorrhea.

Drug screening: Each egg donor is screened for drugs of abuse including: opioids (heroine, morphine, prescription narcotics), cocaine, amphetamines and marijuana.

Can I meet the egg donor before I confirm the match?

Yes! Donor Nexus is happy to offer in-person or Skype meetings for intended parents to get to know the egg donor prior to confirming the match, as long as the egg donor agrees to the meeting. To facilitate the meeting, we will collect a non-refundable $500, which will be put toward our cycle fees if the intended parent moves forward with our agency.

Are there any guarantees when using a first-time egg donor?

As part of our Traditional Fresh Egg Donation – Agency Fees Only Cycle, we offer a First Time Egg Donor Guarantee to intended parent(s) who choose a first time egg donor. Our guarantee: If your chosen first time egg donor does not pass one of her prescreen evaluations, we will transfer 100% of your deposit onto another Donor Nexus egg donor of your choosing. Learn more: First Time Egg Donor Guarantee

Which program is right for me?

Shared Egg Donor Cycles are optimal for those who are seeking affordable egg donation. We match at least two intended parents to a single egg donor. The number of intended parents linked to one egg donor is determined by the IVF physician. This allows the cost of IVF with an egg donor to be reduced by half while still providing the prospective parents with a success rate with the fresh transfer of over 80%.

Frozen Donor Egg Cycles are for those who wish to cycle at a time that is convenient for the intended parent as the frozen donor eggs can be shipped to clinics throughout the USA (excluding New York) and internationally.

Donor Embryo Cycles are for couples or individuals who are seeking donated embryos. 

Traditional 1-on-1 Cycles are ideal for intended parents who are hoping for more than two children as the intended parent will receive all the eggs retrieved from the egg donor. Additionally, this is a popular option as it offers a wide selection of egg donors and cycle program options.

Premier Egg Donor Cycles work the same as the Traditional 1-on-1 cycles with access to Premier egg donors. This is ideal for intended parents who are seeking an egg donor with desirable characteristics.

How do your costs work?

With all of our programs, we collect a one-time global fee. This fee can be paid in up to three installments. We offer a variety of payment options. Please see our ‘Financial Breakdown’ page for more information.

Will you work with my chosen fertility clinic?

Absolutely! As a third-party agency, we work closely with your chosen local fertility clinic to coordinate your donor egg cycle.

Where are your frozen donor eggs located?

Our frozen donor eggs are located at HRC Fertility in Southern California, one of the leading fertility clinics in egg freezing and thawing, and can be shipped throughout the USA (excluding New York) and internationally.

Who is HRC Fertility?

Donor Nexus partners with HRC Fertility for our all-inclusive egg donation packages and donor embryo cycles. Founded in 1988, HRC Fertility is the largest IVF program in the western United States with 8 offices across southern California. HRC Fertility has pregnancy rates that are in the top 10% of all IVF centers according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), an independent government agency.

What if I haven’t established care with a fertility clinic?

If you are an international patient or have not established care with a fertility clinic, we are happy to refer you to our partner clinic, HRC Fertility.

When will my doctor and/or nurse coordinator be notified of the match?

Once we receive your preliminary forms, completed contract and first installment of funds, we will send your doctor and nurse coordinator an official match sheet. The donor is officially matched only once we have received these 3 items.

I've had pre-testing completed, how long is my pre-testing valid?

Generally, pre-testing is valid for up to 12 months.

Do you have age restrictions for patients who would like to carry?

Each physician has his/her own age limits when treating patients. Generally, if a patient is over 45 years old, the physician will order additional tests to ensure the patient is healthy enough to carry. The additional testing includes a stress test, EKG, chest X-ray, mammogram, and pap smear. Most of these tests can be completed by your primary care physician.

How long do you need to wait after a successful delivery to try again?

If you had a vaginal delivery, you need to wait at least 9 months. If you had a c-section, you need to wait at least 12 months. If you are breastfeeding, you must stop breastfeeding and have 2 normal periods before you complete your pretesting.

Start Your Journey Today

Our mission is to make egg donation treatments accessible to all loving couples or individuals seeking to start or grow their families. To get started, register for full access to our donor database to browse through egg donor profiles. If you have any questions, our team is always here to help! Reach out to us using the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to helping you on your family-building journey!

 

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