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The egg donation process is a fairly lengthy and complicated one. The benefits to the donor are twofold: first, an egg donor has the satisfaction of knowing she has helped a fertility-challenged couple or single person start a family. Secondly, financial compensation is given for the time and trouble involved in the egg donation process. At Intended Parents, Inc., we can help you learn all you need to know about this process.

To be perfectly clear: women who donate eggs are not compensated for the eggs themselves, but rather for the egg donation process. This means that you will be compensated for the time you have to take off work, any travel expenses, child care, medical procedures, follow-up care, and so on. The payment you receive should not depend upon the outcome of the process; in other words: whether or not your egg or eggs become viable embryos should not effect your financial reimbursement.

Which Type of Egg Donation Process Is Right for You?

There are many things to consider before you become involved in the egg donation process. Will your donation be anonymous, or would you prefer to have some interaction with the recipients? The type of donation program you participate in will depend not only on your preferences, but on those of the intended parents.

Whichever type of egg donation process you become involved with, you should know that you will have no legal say in what happens to your eggs after they are donated. For more information or to begin the application process, please call us at 732-526-7013, click here to contact us.

 

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