Egg donation is a beautiful gift. You’ll help create a life that could not have been created without you. That alone is a tremendous benefit. However, there are many other benefits that you may not have considered. Read on to learn the four benefits you should know before donating eggs.
A recent study found that two-thirds of women who donated eggs were satisfied with the process. Most of those donations took place in California. The sense of fulfillment you receive from donating eggs will last a lifetime.
When you donate eggs, you help someone achieve the dream of building a family. Whether the recipients are straight or gay, individuals or couples, you will help them have a child that could not have come into the world without you. That is a precious gift that may impact generations to come.
ASC offers one of the most generous compensation packages for egg donors. The gift of life is not taken lightly, so, when you donate eggs, you will receive financial compensation.
In addition to direct monetary compensation, your medical and travel expenses will be paid by the intended parents.
As part of the process, you will undergo physical and genetic testing. That means you’ll be provided with information about your reproductive health and the risks you have for hereditary disease.
The more you know, the better you can make decisions for your health in the future. Additionally, you don’t have to worry about egg donation negatively impacting your future fertility.
Contracts are carefully written so that your name and contact information are kept confidential throughout the process. You can be sure you will remain anonymous and won’t have to face custody issues in the future. There will be no legal relationship between you and the child after birth.
ASC is a professional egg-donation agency. We can help guide you through the process of egg donation and ensure you receive all the benefits listed above.
Interested in egg donation? Check out our egg-donation page to learn more about the benefits, requirements, and process of donating eggs. You can also continue reading our next blog posts to learn about what’s involved with egg donation and the requirements donors need to meet.