Arizona Egg Donation

Arizona Egg Donation

Now Paying Travel + Compensation To Qualified Egg Donors

$9,500 compensation

Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area in San Francisco thanks you for your interest in becoming an egg donor.

Your decision to become an egg donor is a generous contribution and you will be reimbursed for your time and commitment by the recipient. The total compensation for your each completed cycle is $9,500.

In addition to compensation amounts, all travel costs are paid by our practice if you are required to travel by air. There is no out of pocket expense to you.

Learn more:

http://www.rscbayarea.com/prospective-egg-donors

Apply to become a donor today:

http://www.rscbayarea.com/online-donor-application

Many couples who want children find it impossible to conceive for a variety of reasons. Egg donation has allowed some women whose ovaries do not produce usable eggs to become pregnant with the use of donated eggs.

Since 1983, we have been able to help women to conceive using donated eggs. RSC of the San Francisco Bay Area egg donation program meets the highest standards and criteria set by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. If you would like to donate eggs, you can help another woman experience the joy of pregnancy and childbirth. There is some financial compensation, but the primary benefit is the great satisfaction of helping a couple have a baby. There is no cost to you for any of the procedures. The process is confidential.

The first step towards egg donation is understanding the process. We hope this information will help you decide whether you would like to be an egg donor for our program. It is wonderful to be able to help another person to have a child, and you will be greatly appreciated as an egg donor. If you are interested in becoming an egg donor or recipient, please contact our Donor Services Liaison at 925-973-5018.  Apply online now or call us for more information.

What to Expect

 Six Steps to Becoming an Egg Donor
 The Egg Donation Cycle Process
 Egg Recovery

Who can donate eggs?

Egg donors are healthy women between the ages of 20 and 31. RSCBA accepts applications from Oregon, Arizona, Nevada and California. If you are a known private donor, we can make arrangements to coordinate testing in other areas. Potential egg donors can be:

• Anonymous Donors – Many women opt to undergo the egg donation process as anonymous donors. These women donate eggs to an infertile woman or couple who also remain anonymous. All egg donations in which an RSC Program Egg Donor is selected are anonymous.

• Known Donors – Sisters, friends, or other women close to a recipient may donate eggs. Some women who need eggs may search for unrelated donors on their own.

Risks

Egg donation carries the same risks as in vitro fertilization (IVF) through the egg retrieval stage. In addition, you should abstain from intercourse within a week on either side of the time that eggs are retrieved because it is possible that you could get pregnant. These medicines and procedures are unlikely to affect your future fertility, and it is rare that they would cause any major harm to your health. Very rarely a donor could develop an infection or have bleeding after the egg retrieval process.

Refer a Friend

Our best egg donors come to us through word of mouth referrals from YOU, our current egg donors. When you refer a friend, you’ll receive a $200 referral fee upon completion of her donation cycle. Referral must be a new donor to our program.