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Give the gift of life

Choosing to become an egg donor is a very noble and worthwhile thing to do; as an altruistic donor, you will be helping another woman to start a family. Many women struggle to conceive and for some the only chance of success can be to try to get pregnant using donor eggs. Sadly, in the UK we have a significant shortage of donors.

You will receive compensation of up to £750 for each egg donation treatment cycle. This payment is to reasonably cover any financial losses you might encounter in connection with your donation.

Donate with CREATE

if you fit the criteria and wish to donate, we would love to hear from you

Become a donor

Who can be an egg donor?

To donate your eggs, you'll need to meet some simple criteria:

  • Aged between 18 and 35 years
  • Fit and healthy
  • No known inheritable diseases in the family
  • Non-smoker

If you fit these criteria, you could be exactly who we're looking for, so please contact us.

Egg Donors

What is the procedure?

FAQs
Pre-consultation call

One of our friendly egg donation team will give you a call before your consultation to explain the whole process to you and answer and questions you might have. You will also be asked to complete a simple medical history questionnaire so we can get to know you better.

Initial Scan & Consultation

At this appointment the doctor will confirm whether you are suitable for egg donation and talk you through the process.

Treatment Consultation

 At the appointment the nurse will show you how to use the medication and answer any further questions you have. 

Scans & Blood tests

On the first day of your cycle (first day of period) call us and we will book you in for monitoring scans.

Egg collection

On the day of egg collection you will need to fast for a few hours before the procedure which will be carried out under sedation.

Recipient

Your eggs will help fulfil a woman's dream of becoming a mother

What are the benefits?

  • Help fulfil another woman's dream to become a mother
  • Our approach to fertility treatment gentler and kinder to your body
  • Our approach is safer for women
  • Treatment only takes 2 weeks
  • You will receive compensation of up to £750 for each egg donation treatment cycle to cover any financial losses you might encounter during your donation.

Our Egg Donation Team

Whether you’re an egg donor or a patient hoping to receive a donation, our dedicated donation team can help you in a number of ways.

They’ll always be there as a clear port of call, ready to answer any questions you might have.

If you're a donor, they'll look after you throughout the whole egg donation process, and if you're considering using donated eggs for treatment, the team will help you to find the right donor, and take care of you throughout your treatment cycle.

Call us 0333 240 7300

Abbie Walker - Donor Services Manager

Abbie Walker - Donor Services Manager

Egg Donation FAQs

  • Do I get paid for donating my eggs?
       

    You will receive compensation of up to £750 for each egg donation treatment cycle. This payment is to reasonably cover any financial losses you might encounter in connection with your donation.

  • Will donating my eggs affect my fertility?
       

    It's very unlikely that donating your eggs will have any negative effects on your fertility.

  • How many times will I need to visit the clinic?
       

    You'll need to come to the clinic between 6 - 10 times.

  • Does donating eggs hurt?
       

    Taking medication may produce a little discomfort but the egg collection will not hurt.

  • Can a child born as a result of my donation find out who I am?
       

    When you become an egg donor you will be asked for certain details. This information will initially be used by the clinic to assess your suitability as an egg donor. When you go on to become an egg donor that information will then be passed on to the HFEA which will keep your details on an up-to-date register. Your information will always be kept confidential and stored in line with Data Protection legislation. The HFEA will pass your details on to any individual born as a result of your donation if that person requests it.

  • How are my eggs collected?
       

    This procedure is performed in theatre under sedation and takes around 45 minutes.

Got a question about egg donation?

Get in touch with us to discuss any further questions or to book an appointment.

Contact us

To request more information

Speak to our experienced team
0333 240 7300

Lines open 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday.

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