Become an Egg Donor at RSC New England
Egg donors make parenting possible for gay male couples as well as bisexual, lesbian, transgender and straight women who are unable to conceive using their own eggs.
The donation process requires a genuine commitment over a period of several weeks. RSC New England egg donors receive generous compensation for their time. If interested in becoming an egg donor, you must meet the basic eligibility criteria below:
• Between the ages of 21 and 30 with good general health
• Within normal weight range, a BMI of 18-28
• Non-smoker (have not smoked within the past 3 months)
• Minimum high school graduate (GEDs not accepted)
• Live or work in New Hampshire, Southern Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island
How much are egg donors compensated?
It can range from a couple of thousand dollars to thousands of dollars. The amount depends on a number of factors, such as the practice location, if you've previously donated eggs, ethnicity, educational level and more.
Not only will you be financially compensated, but you'll have the fulfillment of knowing that you're helping a couple realize their dream of having a baby. It may be one of the most important things you will do in your life!
If you are approved to be an egg donor, you'll begin taking fertility medications and injections to stimulate multiple egg production. Once your eggs are mature, they will be removed at RSC New England through a minimally invasive medical procedure. At the Reproductive Science Center of New England, from beginning to end, the egg donation process takes place over a period of several weeks unlike many other fertility centers and egg donor agencies that often require months out of a donor's life.