Become an Egg Donor
At NCL, we have the utmost admiration and respect for young women who decide to help others by donating their eggs. Becoming an egg donor may feel complex and overwhelming. It is our job to guide the egg donor through the process, alleviate concerns, and make this a pleasant and fulfilling experience.
Egg donors go through an extremely thorough testing
The first stage is an information session and interview, a urine drug screen, and an Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) level test to give us an idea, of how many eggs you may be able to donate.
The second stage includes a complete medical exam, a review of your medical history, a thorough overview of the donation process, a blood draw, a psychological evaluation,
Three exams (this includes hormonal testing and an ultrasound exam). You’ll also need to submit other required personal documentation and photos. Sound like a lot?
The third stage is a thorough review and evaluation of all the medical and personal information was that is done.
Only qualified Egg donors will be contacted .
Without egg donors like you, couples who are struggling to start a family would have little hope. Donating eggs has been described as one of the most powerful and rewarding decisions a woman can make, and we hope you choose to become an egg donor. Learn more about the and the egg donor requirements for applicants (below).
Egg Donor Requirements:
Please review the following minimum qualifications to become an egg donor.
- Between the ages of 21 and 30
- Physically healthy
- Have a BMI 19-29 [BMI Calculator]
- Have regular, monthly menstrual periods
- Not using contraceptive implants or Depo-Provera injections as a form of birth control
- Have both ovaries
- Psychologically healthy
- No current use of psychoactive drugs
- No history of substance abuse
- No family history of inheritable genetic disorders
- Willing to take injections
- Dependable, mature, and able to keep appointments