As you start your journey as an egg donor, it is important to trust the agency that you are working with. Doing your due diligence to find out what to expect, if you qualify as a donor, the full process, and what type of support you’ll receive will help you ensure you’re on the right path. We understand that this decision should not be taken lightly, and that is why we are here for you to help you along your way.
At Love and Kindness Surrogacy, we will always take the time to answer any questions and concerns our prospective egg donors have. You will have a case manager assigned to you who will become an integral part of your journey. They will be along your side each step of the way, so feel free to reach out to them at any point of concern; even if you just need a bit of extra support.
How Case Managers Serve our Egg Donors
Your case manager will be with you every step of your donation process. It will begin when you fill out your application, then throughout your initial screenings. Your case manager will ensure that you understand each step in the process and help make you comfortable throughout your entire journey.
If you have never been an egg donor before, we understand that you might be overwhelmed or concerned. Your case manager will be here to lend an ear and help answer any questions to help your stress melt away. Each case manager that is part of the Love and Kindness team is trained and has the experience required to help guide you throughout your entire cycle without inconvenience.
Interested in Becoming an Egg Donor?
If you’re ready to experience the joy that comes with giving the gift of life to intended parents, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. You can start your journey by filling out our online application.
You will be matched with your case manager, then she will help you from there.
If you’re still undecided, we’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions that most donors have. If your question is not answered here, just reach out to us and we’ll be happy to provide the answers.
How do I know if I qualify to be an egg donor? There are certain requirements that you can find here. If you meet those general requirements, you can begin your process.
Can I still have children after I donate my eggs? Yes. During the cycle, you will utilize fertility medications to develop extra eggs. You will still have enough eggs when you are ready to conceive (unless you have underlying fertility issues).
Will I be compensated? Yes. All our egg donors who provide this gift are compensated for their generosity.
How long is the egg donation cycle? This answer all depends on how long it takes to be matched with the intended parent(s). It can take a few weeks to a few months. However, once matched, the process takes about six weeks.
If you have any additional questions that you would like answered, please reach out to us via our contact page. Your case manager will respond quickly and help you along your way.