Information for Egg Donor Recipients
Thank you for choosing Egg Donor America, a leading egg donation agency. We would like to make the process of choosing an egg donor as easy and enjoyable as possible by offering you the highest quality of service and the best resources.
We work with a diverse group of egg donor recipients, from single, gay, and lesbian prospective parents, to traditional couples from the USA and around the world. Our prospective parents select their own fertility specialist, and we coordinate all the details. The Egg Donor America database currently features over 1100 egg donor candidates. Click the buttons below for more information about our egg donor programs.
Egg Donor Program Information
Our egg donors must complete an extensive application and interview process, which ensures that only the most qualified and committed women are selected for our egg donation program. Prospective parents gain access to a pool of exceptional egg donors, and they can search our egg donor database for egg donor profiles that match their needs. If you are interested in becoming an egg donor recipient please explore our egg donor program and database.
Egg Donor Recipients - Important Cost Considerations
A note about working with fertility clinics and centers:
Regardless of the location of your chosen egg donor, we will establish the necessary arrangements with your fertility clinic or center. The egg donor may need to travel to your fertility clinic / fertiltiy center so please keep this in mind when choosing a match. This can affect the costs associated with travel, including transportation to the fertility clinic / fertility center and accommodations.
If you don't already have a fertility clinic or center in mind, we can refer you to a well-respected local practice. Please visit our directory of Fertility Clinics & Fertility Centers for a list of domestic and international practices.
Egg Donor Recipient Success Rates
IVF success rates when using donor eggs are relatively high in comparison to when a woman uses her own eggs. According to the Society of Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), the highest success rates occur when fresh embryos from donor eggs are used. Although success rates vary depending on the woman's age, statistics show that women over the age of 42 had a maximum live birth success rate of 6.5% when using their own eggs, while the live birth success rate for fresh embryos from donated eggs was 54.9% across women of all ages.