For You. For Them. So Many Reasons to Become an Egg Donor.
Healthy women of all ethnicities are needed as egg donors at Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT).
As an egg donor at RMACT you will receive:
- Free Physical Exam
- Pap Smear
- Chromosome Analysis
- Genetic Testing
- $8,000 for your Time & Commitment ($250 once you are accepted into the program and then $7,750 upon completion of an egg donation cycle)
You must be between the ages of 21 and 30, meet certain health criteria, have a healthy lifestyle, be a non-smoker, a high school graduate (college preferred) and have shown success in your chosen career field.
Egg donors at RMACT can remain anonymous and are compensated $8,000 for their time and their commitment to completing an egg donation cycle.
The women who become egg donors at Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut help to make a family possible for infertile women by providing them with the chance to experience pregnancy and childbirth firsthand. To date, hundreds of women have successfully completed the egg donation process at RMACT and received compensation for their time and efforts. Our entire medical team is committed to making each egg donor’s experience as comfortable and convenient as possible. We facilitate the egg donation process by providing all the necessary screening and education about the process, testings and medications, and by handling every aspect of the egg retrieval procedure.
How to Become an Egg Donor in Connecticut (CT) & New York (NY)
Egg Donation Process
To be an egg donor at RMACT, you must be between the ages of 21 and 32 and meet certain health criteria. The first step in the donation process is to submit a recent photo and complete a detailed questionnaire, which is reviewed by the Egg Donation Team to determine if it is appropriate that you continue with the donor screening process. You will be contacted by our Donor Egg Coordinator as to the status of your application. If accepted to advance in the selection process, you will be asked to complete a detailed application and undergo a series of medical and psychological tests. Eligible egg donors then work with a coordinator at RMA to discuss the program in more detail and to schedule the required medical and psychological tests. The screening process usually entails a half day of appointments. A donor is formally accepted into the program about three weeks later. Once chosen by a recipient, the actual donation process includes about two weeks of frequent visits to the office involving blood draws and ultrasound.
Egg Donation Procedure
Approved egg donors are treated with commonly used fertility medications. The eggs are retrieved in an out-patient surgical procedure at RMACT’s Norwalk office. After the procedure, donors typically have one follow-up visit with our medical team.
If you have questions, call the RMA Egg Donor Team at 203-750-7407.