Welcome to our resource page for intended parents who are interested in egg donation. On this page, you’ll find various articles and information regarding egg donation and how to find an egg donor that’s right for you. We hope you find this information helpful. Enjoy!

What Are Mosaic Embryos?

As science continues to advance and doctors learn more about embryos and IVF technology, we continue to see new terminology... Read more

How Are Your Embryos Frozen?

The goal of an egg retrieval is to create as many viable embryos as possible. The reality is that even... Read more

How Long are Frozen Embryos Viable?

Freezing embryos is a standard practice when it comes to the IVF and surrogacy process. Many egg donors will produce... Read more

PGD & PGS: What Are They?

During your initial consultations you will be asked to consider and decide on any potential tests you’d like to have... Read more

Will Your Donor Develop Attachment?

Choosing to use an egg donor to help create your family is a choice that can come with a lot... Read more

An Egg Donor’s Medical Cycle

The medical cycle for an egg donor and a surrogate or intended mother serves the dual purpose of simulating the... Read more

Promising Research for Older Donors

Some intended mothers in our surrogacy program have the choice between acting as an egg donor herself, or to choose... Read more

What is Embryo Donation?

  Most couples arriving at surrogacy expect to conceive a child with a biological relation to them by the close... Read more

Donor Banking for Intended Parents

  As you move through the egg donation leg of your journey you may face situations where it could be... Read more

Improving Egg Health & Fertility

For years, doctors believed that the only factor influencing the heath of a woman’s eggs was her age. However, as... Read more

What is an OAR?

During your matching process with an egg donor you will be presented the results of her OAR, or Ovarian Assessment... Read more

Egg Health Information for Intended Parents

  When beginning to think about the genetics for your child, the first thing to consider will be the quality... Read more