Help another woman today
There are many reasons why women are faced with infertility issues such as advanced maternal age or ovarian disorders. In order for these women to have a baby it is often recommended that they consider egg donation. It is a very stressful time for our patients and a very emotional decision that they need to make.
By donating your eggs which is a heartfelt decision you would need to really consider you would be helping these patients move forward with their families. The process is almost always anonymous unless both parties agree otherwise. The time you spend as an egg donor is completely confidential, private and a safe process. All donors are compensated from this selfless contribution.
Becoming an egg donor is a process requiring time, energy, and compassion. The Reproductive Medicine Associates Centers have one of the highest donor egg success rates in the country. We are here with you to help others complete their family dream. We welcome all ethnicities and encourage you to reach out to us if you meet the qualifications.
Why egg donation?
Women are born with more than one million eggs, but only about 300 of those eggs will be ovulated during their reproductive years. Inevitably, the ovarian reserve declines over time and egg quantity becomes a problem for many women. Additionally, reproductive potential declines with age, especially after the age of 35. 20% choose to wait to start families until after 35, making the possibility of contending with diminished egg quantity a real concern for many hopeful mothers. In these cases, egg donation provides an effective solution to help women overcome reproductive complications. Finding a suitable donor is a crucial first step.
Who are Egg Donors?
Healthy young women of all ethnic backgrounds between the ages of 21 and 31 may become egg donors through the RMA of Southern California Program. Anyone who has the desire to help others start families can consider donating. The entire process can take several weeks and starts with your initial application. Next, you’ll undergo a health screening and meet with the RMA of Southern California medical team. Once you’re accepted into the RMA of Southern California Egg Donation Program, you can donate up to six times. While helping another hopeful woman realize her dream of building a family is reward enough, you will be compensated $8,000 for your time.
General criteria for an egg donor:
Ages between 21-31
Mentally and Physically Healthy
No family history of genetic disease
Free of infectious diseases
Normal weight and height ratio
Ethic background and Responsible
If you’d like more information about the RMASoCal Egg Donation Program or becoming an egg donor, reach out to us or schedule an appointment today.