Understanding the Costs of Egg Donation
Egg Donation: A Worthwhile Investment in your Future
If the time is right for you to begin your family, selecting an egg donor may be a necessity in order for you to realize that dream. When you are adding the egg donor cost to your total investment with Growing Generations, it helps to understand the vital role that the egg donor plays.
Because we want to make sure that you, as an intended parent, have a wonderful and memorable journey all the way from pregnancy to delivery, we provide a full-service approach to egg donation, from the initial screening through the medical, psychological and legal referrals.
Egg Donation Changes Lives
For the donor, selling eggs is her way of making an impact on someone else’s life in a way that will be treasured forever, and we want to ensure that you feel confident in your choice of egg donor. At Growing Generations we pride ourselves on the wide selection of women involved in our egg donation program. We carefully hand pick candidates who have characteristics such as creativity and intelligence, as well as cultural and ethnic diversity. We endeavor to select candidates with the drive and ambition to stand out from the crowd. Growing Generations’ egg donors are highly sought after worldwide.
Each of the thousands of egg donation cycles we perform is unique, and the process is not as complicated as you may be think. You don’t have to worry about a thing because we are here to guide you through the process, every step of the way.
Egg Donor Selection
Growing Generations makes the process of selecting your egg donor simple and stress-free. Once you have signed up for a free account you can begin browsing through our egg donor profiles. Once you’ve found a donor you like, leave it to us to make sure your schedules match and if both parties are ready to move forward, we can begin the donor screening process.
You can be confident that every penny of your egg donor cost is well worth the safety and assurance you will get in return.
The Growing Generations Value
Working with an Egg Donor
One of the key benefits of using an Egg Donor is enhancing your chance of success. A 2010 study from the Center for Disease Control on IVF success rates reports that 41.5% of women younger than 35 years of age had a live birth resulting from an embryo transfer. This is compared to 31.9% for women 35-37, 22.1% for women 38-40, 12.4% for women 41-42, and finally 5% for women 43-44.
Some important benefits of working with a GG egg donor include:
- Donors are between the ages of 21 and 30 years.
- Ability to select characteristics, such as ethnicity, education, intelligence, physical attributes, and geographic location.
- For experienced donors, statistics on previous donations, such as number of eggs retrieved, how many embryos created, and pregnancy and birth rates.
- Anonymous donation provides a comfortable distance between the donor and the intended parent for many clients.
- Multiple photographs and extensive profiles on every donor.
Sample Donor Photos
What will this process cost me?
To the right is an example of the standard costs of a Growing Generations egg donor. In addition to these costs, be sure to factor in the medical costs for the in vitro fertilization (IVF) process. You can gather these costs directly from the IVF clinic you are working with. If you are not yet working with a clinic, we are happy to give you an estimate of these costs and refer you to a fertility specialist.
Please note that we offer financing for your egg donation process. The financing program lends up to $100,000, which means that you can use the funds to pay for your egg donor expenses, as well as our IVF medical costs. Click the link below to the right to apply.
If you would like to have a call to discuss the cost of egg donation and to better help you budget, please call us at 323-965-7500. The call is free. We are happy to help.
Estimated Costs for Egg Donation – Based on One Attempt at Pregnancy
|Growing Generations Professional Fees||$7,500.00|
|Egg Donor psychological screening fees||$600.00|
|Egg Donor genetic history evaluation||$350.00|
|EGG DONOR COMPENSATION AND RELATED EXPENSES||$10,350.00|
|Egg Donor fee||$10,000.00|
|Insurance premium (per cycle)||$250.00|
|Travel expenses (depends on donor’s location)||—|
|Insurance Rider (to include ovary loss)||$100.00|
|Egg Donor attorney fee||$500.00|
|Intended Parents attorney fees|
(For drafting of contract and legal case management)