Being an egg donor can be a powerful and rewarding experience. Cryogen Donor Egg Bank, Inc. (CDEB) will guide you along this journey making this a positive and fulfilling experience. All donors commit to the process. Each egg donor will be carefully screened and counseled by both CDEB and The Center for Infertility & Reproductive Surgery (CIRS) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.


  • Women 21 – 32 years old
  • Non-Smoker
  • Physically healthy
  • Healthy Body Mass Index
  • Be willing to administer medications by injection
  • Dependable, mature and able to keep appointments


You are compensated for your generosity, time and commitment. Compensation varies from $7,500 to $10,000 for a completed egg donation cycle. Actual compensation will be discussed at consultation with staff.

Health Risks

No procedure or medication is without risk. Serious side effects are very rare, and long-term effects of egg donation have not been discovered. The staff at CDEB and the physicians at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) believe that the health and safety of egg donors is a priority. We will review with each donor individually the potential risks and complications of egg donations.

  • Ovarian Hyper-Stimulation Syndrome (OHSS) of the ovaries, risk is relatively low as monitoring is done by fertility specialist at CIRS
  • Mild to moderate discomfort from blood screenings, fertility injections and the egg retrieval process.
  • Bloating and weight gain due to fertility drugs
  • Mood swings and headaches

How Egg Donation Works


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