CCI values and appreciates each of our egg donors for the life-changing gift they give to help other people build their families. We guide our egg donors every step of the way to ensure they have a meaningful and rewarding journey. CCI is always looking for qualified egg donors and can’t wait to meet you. The outline below will provide you with an overview of our process, qualifications for becoming an egg donor, and compensation.
Our Process can be broken down into the following steps:
1. Application and Intake (3-4) weeks
Fill out online application
Phone interview if you meet qualifications: We take time to educate you on medical side of egg donation, help you with creating your profile and answering any questions you have.
Get added to our database
Intended Parents search through our database
Once you are matched, you will have a medical screening
3. Medical/Psychological Screening Process
MMPI-2 (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory)
Genetic Evaluations (Genetic counseling and genetic testing)
Medical Screening by the IVF Specialist including: vaginal ultrasound
FDA Requirements for blood screening (may include spouse or partner)
You and your Intended Parent(s) have separate attorneys
Your Intended Parent(s) pay for your council
Legal contracts must be signed before medications begin
5. The Medication Cycle (approximately 3 weeks)
Once you are medically cleared, you begin the medication cycle
You will be monitored at a local OBGYN’s office
6. Egg Retrieval
Celebrate the Amazing, Life-Changing Gift you have given to others to make their dreams of parenthood come true.
Qualification to be an Egg Donor:
Must be genetically female between the ages of 20-29 years old
Body Mass Index (BMI) lower than 28 (BMI calculator)
High School Diploma
A college education is highly desirable, but not mandatory
No current use of drugs or excessive alcohol
No tattoos or piercings within the last 12 months
Healthy personal and family medical history
No more than one occurrence of the same cancer in family history (except non-genetic cancers, such as leukemia and lung).
Understand the time commitment and dedication it takes to complete a cycle
Compensation: Details will be discussed at your phone interview