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Become an Egg Donor!
Earn up to $10,000 per cycle (up to 6 cycles)!
In helping others by being an egg donor, you learn about your own fertility & genetics. Work with an in house Egg Donor Program that is part of a local & prestigious fertility clinic, ORM Fertility. The Team at ORM is experienced and caring. The dedicated Egg Donor Team works with you and your flexible schedule, and your time is well compensated.
Basic Donor Qualifications:
+ Healthy & responsible 20-29 year old female
+ BMI (Body Mass Index) between 18-28
+ Non-smoker & Non-drug user
+ Flexible schedule
Do I get compensated for egg donation?
>Compensation ranges from clinic to clinic - with some not compensating at all! ORM's compensation check will be available to you on the day of your retrieval. ORM Egg Donors are compensated for their time and commitment. The first cycle is compensated at $7,000 with subsequent cycles increasing up to $10,000. We currently allow donors to donate up to 6 times.
How are egg donors selected?
>To get the process started, potential Egg Donors at ORM fill out a preliminary questionnaire online that asks for basic information along with simple health and life style questions (link above). This helps us get an idea of who would be a good candidate to move forward in the process. If invited to continue, potential donors will be asked to fill out a more detailed application that asks about personal and family health history. Next, the applicant would complete a medical screening where a physical examination, including vaginal ultrasound is performed. Blood will be drawn to check hormone levels and screened for sexually transmitted diseases and genetic disorders. Finally, the psychology exam and evaluation will occur. Once these steps are finished, our panel of physicians and medical professionals review all of the information collected and determine if the applicant is a good candidate. If accepted, the new Egg Donor's anonymous profile will be placed into our secure database for individuals and couples to review.
Who can become an ORM egg donor?
>Women who join the ORM Egg Donor Program are healthy, responsible females between the ages of 20 and 29. Egg Donors must have regular monthly periods (unless you have an IUD). If you have an IUD or use birth control pills, you can apply to be an egg donor at any time. If you use a long-term birth control like Depo-Provera or the implant, you would need to stop that method and have two normal periods before you can be a donor. It's important that you do not smoke or use drugs, which includes marijuana. You will need to be willing to administer numerous injections of medication on a strict schedule.
Will donating my eggs affect my ability to have children in the future?
>Donating your eggs will not affect your ability to have children in the future. You were born with more than 400,000 eggs - less than 500 will be released by the ovaries during your childbearing years. The remaining eggs undergo a process called "atresia", where they fail to mature and are gradually absorbed by the body during the time between puberty and menopause. Because of the large number of "spare eggs", there is no evidence to suggest that the use of fertility drugs or egg donation will decrease the egg reserve to lead to early menopause or infertility.
If you need assistance or have additional questions please call Nikki at ORM Fertility: (503) 274-4994.
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