We are so pleased that you are thinking of becoming an egg donor!
There are thousands of women who cannot use their own eggs to have a baby. They may have had cancer treatment which prevents their ovaries from producing eggs; suffered an early menopause; or they might have a genetic disorder which their children might be at risk of inheriting.
Whatever the reason, it can be devastating to find out that you cannot have a baby using your own eggs. It causes heartache and sadness for many women across the globe. However, with a little help from an egg donor, there's a ray of hope.
In a selfless act of kindness, women can choose to change the life of another woman by donating eggs. They may not know the women who receives their eggs, but they will know they have given the gift of motherhood to someone who is unable to conceive naturally.
By donating eggs, you can help another women to have a baby. Helping them realise their dream of having a family is a hugely rewarding act, but we understand that it is not as easy as that. Becoming an egg donor is not always a simple decision.
Before you make your decision, it is important that you have all the necessary information. It is equally important that you choose the right clinic to look after you and manage your egg donation.
At IVI, we have more than 25 years of experience helping egg donors. We ensure that their treatment journey is as safe, simple and efficient as possible.
Our dedicated team of highly-trained medical professionals are here to answer your questions and support you at every stage of your journey - before, during and after your treatment.
Contact us today and feel free to ask any question no matter how big or how small.
Thank you for taking the first step to becoming an IVI egg donor. #youareamazing
It is illegal to pay for egg donation in the UK. However, egg donors receive £750 compensation per donation for their time and convenience. This is approved and monitored by the HFEA, the UK regulator of fertility clinics.
A donation is classified as one complete round of treatment, at the end of which the eggs are collected and donated.
Read the HFEA guidance regarding donating eggs to find out more.
Through our expertise, we use our knowledge and understanding to guide egg donors and recipients through the process, offering a personal and dedicated service, every step of the way. Our aim is to make the journey simple, safe and effective for all women in our care.
We strive to ensure the very best experience for everyone. Your safety is paramount at every step, reflecting the ethos of IVI Donor.