Egg donors are changing lives all over the globe. As an egg donor, you will be making a selfless effort to help other women who are unable to produce their own eggs. The best part? By using your young, healthy eggs, another woman will be able to achieve a successful pregnancy through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Bottom line: Because of your gift of life, your eggs will help other women carry a pregnancy to full term and become new mothers.
Young women who become egg donors must meet the following qualifications:
Our egg donor coordinators work closely with you, recipients, and IVF medical staff throughout the entire donation process.
Your egg donation cycle will be ABC easy. Here’s the deal: A typical egg donation cycle can be completed within one to two months – from application to egg retrieval.
A superior egg donation program helps infertile couples grow their families through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) technology. New Hope Fertility in NYC founded the 21st century’s most acclaimed egg donation program. Many women donate their eggs at New Hope Fertility in NYC because they want to give the gift of life to other families. Our program has been created for the sole purpose of matching recipient couples with an optimum egg donor. We work closely with donors and recipients to ensure the process is smooth, confidential, and user-friendly.
Through New Hope Fertility’s egg donation program, you will be efficiently matched with an egg donor. Our egg donation coordinators carefully match intended parent with egg donors to achieve a successful pregnancy. We help intended parents find egg donors with similarities in ethnicity and physical characteristics.
Many women spend a large portion of their reproductive years trying to prevent pregnancy. Some women are focused on career while others are waiting for the right partner to start a family with. No matter the reason, many women find themselves needing help while trying to conceive during their 30s and 40s. The main culprit is a woman’s biological clock. More than just a metaphor, a woman’s biological clock can make all of the difference in her ability to get pregnant.
Making the decision to use donor eggs or sperm is not something that is taken lightly. Compounding that process is the desire to find the perfect donor. Before selecting your donor, you must give yourself time to identify what qualities are truly important. Consider each of the following before making your selection:
Ovary removal, or oophorectomy, may be performed for a number of reasons to address medical issues. When only one ovary is removed, a woman is still able to become pregnant as her remaining ovary will continue to produce eggs and ovulate. If fertility issues exist, a woman with one ovary can receive treatment just like any other woman. Understanding the process of ovary removal and its impact on your fertility may make undergoing this procedure less stressful.