Egg Donation Program
Egg Donation • Surrogacy • Support
Creative Conception, Inc has been helping people build their families through Egg Donation and Surrogacy for 26 years; our Team of knowledgeable staff is comprised of women who have all been Egg Donors, Surrogates or Intended Parents. We’ve traveled the road of infertility on both sides of the journey so we can speak first-hand to helping you become a parent through both Egg Donation and Surrogacy.
When you partner with Creative Conception, Inc, our Team can provide you referrals to fertility clinics/physicians, reproductive attorneys and other professionals that may be needed in your journey.
Starting your search to find an Egg Donor may feel overwhelming but we are here to help you find a donor who is a great fit for you and to guide you every step of the way. The information below provides an overview of the steps in our Egg Donation program.
1. Create a Search Account & Search for Donor
- Fill out Intake form and create an account
- Search Donor database, fill out Matching Preference Form
- Schedule consultation if so desired
2. Choosing an Egg Donor
- Once you choose your Donor, we confirm her availability/compensation
- CCI sends Donor's profile/medical records to your clinic for paper approval
- CCI collects $300 coordination fee
3. Matching with your Donor (1-2 weeks)
- Intended Parents sign CCI agency agreement
- CCI helps set up your Trust account
4. Medical Screening (4-5 weeks)
- Donor completes her psychological evaluation
- Donor completes medical screening & genetic testing at your clinic
- Once medically cleared, legal can begin
5. Legal Contracts (2-3 weeks)
- CCI provides attorney referrals
- Your attorney & your Donor's attorney work together to get a contract in place
- Once contract is signed, clearance is given to your clinic
6. Cycle Calendar & Retrieval (3-4 weeks)
- Your clinic develops a cycle calendar including appointments, medications, and estimated retrieval date
- Retrieval / Celebration!!
Creative Conception, Inc works with bright, young women across the United States and internationally. Our donors go through an extensive screening process and must meet the following qualifications:
- Must be genetically female between the ages of 20-29 years old
- Body Mass Index (BMI) lower than 28
- Have a High School Diploma or above
- 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
Both Intended Parents and Donors have choices on the level of communication and the type of relationship they’d like to have. Please see the definitions below describing each type of Donor arrangement.
- Describes an arrangement where the Intended Parents and the Donor have an existing relationship. The Donor could be a friend, sibling, family member, etc.
- Describes an arrangement where the Intended Parents and the Donor agree to exchange full names and contact information; they can also meet and have a phone/video call.
- The level of communication will vary after the initial interaction; some relationships may continue to grow whereas others will leave the door open to communicate only if medically necessary or if the resulting child wishes to know more.
- Describes an arrangement where Intended Parents and the Donor don’t know each other’s identities but may exchange first names and have restricted communication facilitated by an Agency, donor registry or an attorney.
- In general, Intended Parents and the Donor don’t communicate beyond this initial interaction and don’t exchange full contact information.
- Describes an arrangement where the Intended Parents and the Donor do not know each other’s identities and don’t intend to contact one another in the future.
- Aliases such as “Intended Mother,” “Intended Father,” and “Donor ID Number/First Name” may be used in the written agreement between both parties.
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Identifying a surrogate is different. You will be given a profile, which consists of a medical history, personal motivational, and pictures of a surrogate. If you decide the profile is a good potential, you will meet with her and her husband/partner, along with a CCI representative.
Couples that do not live in California must still meet with the surrogate before moving ahead.
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