Although you will need to follow your medication and appointment schedules, you should be able to continue your daily routine of work, school and family obligations.
Some women may not be able to conceive a child using their own oocytes (eggs). The reasons vary, but may include:
CDEB, in conjunction with the Center for Infertility and Reproductive Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, takes every precaution possible to maintain your confidentiality and that of the recipient.
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.
All medical screening, tests, and medications, medical insurance during your retrieval, as well as the egg retrieval process, are performed at no cost to you.
In most cases, yes. Since you may not need to repeat the screening process, another donation may require less of a time commitment.
It should be noted that the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has established a guideline recommending that women donate no more than six times in a lifetime.