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Egg Donor 1141 shares her experience with CEB


In addition to the appreciation and gratitude your recipients express, we want you to feel appreciated for your hard work by giving compensation for fulfilling your donor responsibilities. Our donor compensation for the egg bank is the base price, as you are not required to wait for a match. This donation will also open up and invite you for future matches since you can be known as a proven donor, which will elevate your compensation. The starting compensation for an egg bank cycle is $6,000-$10,000 (and more for proven donors). Those donors who have previously cycled or possess exceptional qualities may receive more egg donor compensation.

Additionally, the below expenses will be taken care of as you will not be responsible for them. These include: 

  • Medical Expenses

  • Egg Donor Insurance

  • Travel Expenses

For egg donors who have to travel, compensation is also provided for these expenses:

  • Airfare for the egg donor 

  • Hotel accommodations 

  • Ground transportation compensation

  • Daily food limit

​The process of becoming a donor is a personal one and will impact you and the family you help build. For many egg donors, the compensation they receive is less important than being part of this miracle. We make sure that our donors are well-rewarded for their time, and effort and for providing a priceless gift. ​​


We are one of North America's most experienced egg banks, which means we provide more than just a donation cycle for our donors. We ensure you are guided through the process and you are provided with convenience and support. As a donor, you can complete your donation cycle in just a couple of weeks and be immediately compensated. Our concentration on egg bank donations means you can donate without any delay. Our egg bank program is designed to make donating as simple, easy, and convenient as possible for our donors and recipients. In contrast, a fresh cycle egg donor must wait to be matched with a recipient and their treatments synchronized, which can take months.

Convenience   ​

Frequently Asked Questions


     4. Is egg donation safe?

Egg donation is generally considered safe, but like any medical procedure, it carries some risks, such as bleeding, infection, or medication reactions.


    5. How long does the egg donation process take?

The entire process, from the initial screening to the egg retrieval, can take several weeks to a few months.

The process of taking the medication is between 10 and 14 days only!

     6. Can I donate eggs, even if I live far away?

We are an international Egg Bank, and our donors come from worldwide. We have no problem accepting egg donors even if you live far away.


If you want to learn more about the egg donor process,

please feel free to contact us!

We know it's a big decision, but we think it's essential to be sure that if you decide to proceed with the process, you understand how significant your contribution will be. We've compiled a list of questions often asked by egg donors about egg donation treatment.

  1. Can I donate eggs more than once? 

Yes, given you enjoyed your experience the first time and you want to do another cycle. As per the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), female donors can donate their eggs up to six times in their lifetime.

     2. Will donating eggs affect my ability to have children in the future? 

Since the donation is only focusing on the stimulation of your eggs that month, you can rest assured your reserve of eggs (total eggs) is not interfered with. These eggs will naturally be discarded so in this case you are donating them instead. Donors are still able to have children of their own after their donations, as we have many donors who have done just that.


     3. What is involved in the process of donating my eggs?

The egg donation process typically involves a screening process to assess the donor's medical and genetic history, as well as physical and psychological evaluations. Once a donor is approved, you will be monitored by clinical professionals throughout the entire process while taking medications that stimulate your ovaries to produce multiple eggs at one time (ovulation), which are then retrieved through a minor surgical procedure.

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