Become an Egg Donor
We’re delighted that you are considering becoming an egg donor and we welcome you to West Coast Egg Donation (WCED). We have had the privilege of witnessing the incredible joy that creating a family through egg donation and surrogacy provides parents many times. We hope that you will join us in this rewarding journey and become an egg donor.
What Makes West Coast Egg Donation a Special Place for Donating Eggs?
It takes a special person to consider donating your eggs and we work very hard to ensure that your experience is positive. The commitment required will be matched by WCED’s consistent support, clear direction, and helpful coordination of care. We will be there every step of the way as you donate your eggs. Our egg donors remain completely anonymous unless both parties—donor and intended parent(s)—agree otherwise.
Why Become an Egg Donor?
Egg donation (sometimes called ovum donation) is used in cases where a person wishes to have a child, but is unable to achieve a pregnancy for various reasons. This may be due to a medical condition, age, sexual orientation, or choosing to be a single parent. The gift an egg donor provides for an individual/couple in need is both remarkable and generous. By donating your eggs, your generosity will help create a family for those who could not by themselves.
How Do I Become an Egg Donor?
Before you get started on the path to donating your eggs, be sure to review the egg donor requirements to see if you qualify. If you meet the criteria to become an egg donor, please fill out our egg donor application.
Once your online application is complete, a representative will call you to discuss any questions and to schedule an interview. You will then undergo an egg donor screening process to ensure you are a good fit for WCED's egg donation program.
Get Matched with Your Intended Parent(s)
Once a woman has been accepted as a WCED egg donor, they are entered into our password protected egg donor database where only registered parent(s) can access and view your profile. Intended parent(s) will have the opportunity to review the database to select a donor. Once chosen, we will confirm the your availability. Then you will have a psychological evaluation, medical screening and legal review before the egg donation cycle begins. Egg donors are advised to consult with independent attorneys specializing in reproductive law to answer any legal questions about the process of egg donation (referrals are available upon request).
To donate eggs, you will be given medications via daily injections that will help to develop multiple sacs called follicles. The follicles are where the eggs mature. During this phase, you will have frequent office visits to monitor progress. When the physician determines the follicles are the right size, the egg retrieval will be scheduled. For more information on the procedure please refer to our page on the egg donor process.
Learn More About How to Donate Your Eggs
Thank you for your interest in West Coast Egg Donation agency. Donating eggs provides another family with the gift of life. We’d love to talk with you if you are interested in learning more about becoming a donor or egg donor pay. If you would like more information, please call (877) 492-7411 toll free, (949)-861-4800 or contact us online.
We would like to thank prospective egg donors everywhere for considering this noble and generous act. We look forward to hearing from you.