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Help others achieve their dreams and you will achieve yours!

If the thought of helping another couple to become parents fills your heart, being a donor  could be your opportunity share the joy of parenthood with a couple who very much wants a child.  You be a reason one more new life appear in this world.

At GGRC donors of all kind are welcome, surrogate mothers as well. We are available around the clock to support our surrogates and intended parents; we want to ensure all parties have the emotional and professional support essential to a positive surrogacy experience.

The compensation you receive for allowing another couple to fulfill a dream of parenthood might also allow you to realize your lifelong dream.

Become an egg donor

At GGRC, we have the utmost admiration and respect for young women who decide to help others by donating their eggs. Becoming an egg donor may feel complex and overwhelming. It is our job to guide the egg donor through the process, alleviate concerns, and make this a pleasant and fulfilling experience.

We would like to thank egg donors everywhere for considering this noble and generous act. The physicians and program directors will go over the entire process with each individual candidate, including the potential Risks and Complications of egg donation.

Without egg donors like you, couples who are struggling to start a family would have little hope. Donating eggs has been described as one of the most powerful and rewarding decisions a woman can make, and we hope you choose to become an egg donor. Contact us to learn more about the egg donation process, egg donor compensation and the egg donor requirements for applicants (below).

Become a surrogate mother

Because you are a mother, you understand the joys that motherhood brings. If the thought of helping another couple to become parents fills your heart, being a surrogate mother could be your opportunity share the joy of parenthood with a couple who very much wants a child. Carrying a child for another family is a profound, life-changing gift.

Your decision to become a surrogate mother is a generous gift to intended parents, but also a serious responsibility. GGRC provides around the clock support to you with our team-oriented approach to guide you through each step of this process. We encourage surrogate-to-surrogate relationships because we understand that this is essential for a positive experience.

“To me, being a surrogate — it’s like you’re carrying someone else’s dreams,” – Surrogate mom from GGRC

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Egg Donor FAQ

Yes. A normal female has a pool of about 400,000 follicles (hence eggs) by the time of puberty. From these, only 400 will reach maturity and be ovulated. This leaves approximately 399,600 unused. By ovarian stimulation, we develop extra eggs that would otherwise be destroyed. This explains why the normal pool of ovarian follicles is not depleted by egg donation.

Most appointments are scheduled for early in the morning so the egg donor will have as little disruption to her schedule as possible. The retrieval day will require an entire missed day. Most egg donors return to school or work the following day. Due to the time sensitive nature of the procedures, it is most important that an egg donor recognize the level of responsibility required in making and keeping appointments.

Once an egg donor is in cycle, the process is quite short, approximately 6 weeks. However, before beginning a cycle, an egg donor must be “selected” and this can sometimes takes several months.

No. The prospective parents are responsible for all egg donor costs incurred as a result of an egg donation cycle. These expenses include egg donor compensation, all egg donor medical costs, insurance, attorney fees and travel expenses.

Egg donors are paid for their time, dedication and generosity. Egg donor fees vary by region and prior egg donation experience. Those who have exceptional qualities or advanced degrees may be paid more egg donor compensation.

Yes. The aspiration of eggs occurs before the eggs are released by the body. Therefore it is irrelevant as to whether an egg donor’s tubes are tied.

A physician will determine what medications will be given. Over the course of approximately 3 weeks, an egg donor will self-inject three different hormones. The first will prevent ovulation. The second hormone medication is responsible for the production of follicles (hence eggs). Lastly, a hormone medication will be given to mature the eggs and induce ovulation.

The medications taken for fertility treatment and egg donation are used throughout the world. This widespread use is the result of rigorous testing for effectiveness and safety by the scientific community.

Instructions will be given on how to administer the daily injections. All injections are subcutaneous (under the skin), so they are easy to self-administer. The syringes used have a very small needle and are usually well tolerated by the egg donor.

No. Eggs are retrieved vaginally. There is no surgical cut. For the egg donor’s comfort, the procedure is preformed under IV sedation. It is required that the egg donor have a companion to take her home as she is not allowed to drive after the egg retrieval.

Egg Donor Requirements:

Please review the following minimum qualifications to become an egg donor.

Between the ages of 21 and 31
Physically healthy
Have regular, monthly menstrual periods
Not using contraceptive implants or Depo-Provera injections as a form of birth control
Have both ovaries
Psychologically healthy
No current use of psychoactive drugs
No history of substance abuse
No family history of inheritable genetic disorders
Willing to take injections
Dependable, mature, and able to keep appointments

If the above minimum donor egg requirements are met, please complete and submit the online application.

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