Egg Donor FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

asianwoman3When you become one of our Angels, you’re making a dramatic difference to someone’s life. However, it’s likely you’ll have some questions – so here’s some of the most commonly asked, with some helpful answers. If you don’t see the answer to your question below, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

We specialize in Asian egg donation. However, that covers a pretty huge continent, and we welcome egg donors with origins from anywhere in Asia. You do not have to be full Asian, you can be partial. We accept full or partial Chinese egg donors, Japanese egg donors, Mongolian egg donors, Malaysian egg donors, Nepalese egg donors, Indian egg donors, Indonesian egg donors, Korean egg donors, Sri lankan egg donors, Taiwanese egg donors, Thai egg donors, filipino egg donors and Vietnamese egg donors.

If you’re between the age of 19 and 33, you’re ideal for us – welcome aboard!

Firstly, you’ll need to complete the online application. If you meet all the requirements, we’ll get in contact to schedule an initial consultation with one of our coordinators. This meeting is a great chance to get to know one another, and for you to ask any questions.

In most cases, the egg donors and the prospective parents prefer to remain anonymous. This means that you won’t meet them, and they won’t know any identifying information about you. This includes your name, address, email address and telephone number. Think of it as being a bit like Batman… they’ll never know your true identity! (We’ll just call you Ms Awesome Angel!) However, if you do want to meet, we’ll help support that request by arranging a meeting.

You’ll need to have a few tests to check that you’re a good candidate as an egg donor. These will just ensure you’re physically and emotionally fit, and eligible to donate healthy eggs. Tests include:

  • Complete blood work
  • Psychological evaluation
  • Detailed family medical history

Oh yes, you certainly do! However, don’t panic. Our doctors will show you how to give yourself the injection, and the needles are only tiny! Most donors describe them as similar to insulin shots – just a tiny prick.

Nothing at all! The prospective parent is responsible for all costs associated with the cycle, including travel expenses and medical bills.

You’re about to put in a whole lot of time, effort and determination into making someone else’s dreams happen, so yes, you’ll be financially compensated for your fabulousness!

After you’ve been approved and all your medical testing has been completed, we’ll create your online profile. This profile gives potential parents the chance to learn more about the personalities and features of approved egg donors.

You certainly can! You’re super fertile, which means it’s incredibly important to abstain from intercourse – from when you first take medication to the final stage of the cycle. Tell your partner you can make up for lost time afterwards…

Not at all, you’ll still be able to conceive in the future. In fact, in the month after your donation, you’ll still be hyper-fertile, so if you don’t want any more children, please be careful!

The current recommendations of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine states that you cannot donate more than six times. There are perks to being a repeat donor – the process is generally a lot quicker, as you’ve already completed the screening process.

Not at all. When you donate, you’re legally giving up all rights and responsibilities associated with the eggs, the resulting embryo and any child born. It’s the prospective parent’s jobs to cope with night-feeds, dirty diapers and screaming – you’ve done your bit!