Egg Donation Overview

While the idea of egg donation for IVF may seem daunting, the process is actually quite simple. As you consider whether this experience is right for you, GSHC Surrogacy Agency is happy to provide you with more insights into the process to help you make an informed and comfortable decision.

What does it take to become an Egg Donor?

As a leading egg donation agency, we go to great lengths to maintain a vast network of Egg Donors. Our candidate pool is as diverse as the requests we receive. We do our best to ensure that our Egg Donors can meet the criteria set forth by our Intended Parents. Criteria aside, our egg donor company looks for candidates who are open to the process and have a unique passion for helping others achieve their dream of starting a family.

Admissions Process

1. Registration form
This introductory registration form lets us know a little bit about you and your reasons for wanting to become an Egg Donor.

2. Application
After you are cleared, we will send you a more thorough application to complete. This information provided will help us match you on a more comprehensive level with Intended Parents.

3. Consultation
We will meet with you in-person, over the phone, or via video conference to thoroughly walk you through the process of our egg donation services and answer any questions you have.

4. Paperwork 
Next, we will ask you to sign some legal documents to protect all parties involved. We will also request copies of your photo ID and education verification to conform with requirements set forth by the Intended Parents.

The Egg Donation Process

After you have completed the admissions process we will create an Egg Donor profile which our Intended Parents can browse. Once selected, we will begin the process of matching and procuring the eggs.

  1. You are matched with Intended Parents.
  2. You will complete psychological and genetic screening.
  3. You will complete medical screening.
  4. You will complete any legal contracts necessary.
  5. You will complete medical protocol and egg retrieval.