Egg Donation

Helping Intended Parents Realize Their Dream

Becoming Parents Through Egg Donation

Sometimes during the surrogacy process, the intended parents are able to use their own sperm and eggs to produce embryos that are transferred into the surrogate’s uterus. But this is not always possible. The prospective mother may be infertile, or perhaps the hopeful parents are a same-sex (male) couple. Regardless of the reason egg donation is required, International Surrogacy Center (ISC) is ready to help intended parents grow their family through this process.

Egg donation is a process in which the donor’s eggs are removed and fertilized in a laboratory, after which the resulting embryos are transferred through in vitro fertilization (IVF) into the uterus of the woman who will (hopefully) get pregnant and carry the baby to term. The eggs may be fertilized by sperm from a male intended parent or an anonymous sperm donor. Sperm donation is a much simpler process than egg donation.

What Is Involved in the Egg Donation Process?

Egg donation is a very generous act on the part of the donor. Donors must be able to make and honor a significant commitment to improving the lives of people they have not and will never meet in person.

Egg donation begins with a rigorous application and screening process. If approved, the donor waits until she is matched with her intended parent(s). Then the real work begins as these amazing women subject their bodies to injections, attend several appointments and undergo a surgical procedure to extract the eggs.

If you feel that you are truly ready and able — physically, mentally and psychologically — to help intended parents grow their family, then click on the links at the top of the page. Read the information carefully and when you’ve made your decision to proceed, please get in touch. We are absolutely thrilled to work with such a generous, unselfish and caring woman as you.