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4 Reasons You Should Become an Egg Donor

By Taylor Frey on April 06, 2018

Though people assume most egg donors want to donate their eggs for monetary purposes, this couldn't be further from the truth. While compensation is certainly a great benefit for the time, efforts, and literal self-giving of each donor, these women are altruistic and want to help others do what they can not do for themselves. 

What was once rather uncharted territory is now a common, empowering, safe practice for women all around the globe. These donors who donate their eggs are assisting parents with fertility issues who are desperate to grow their family. There is no greater gift in life than of life itself. Paired with the best fertility doctor, the process can be an easy and fulfilling experience. 

Egg donors are strong, independent, generous, beautiful women who know of the blessings their selfless act will induce. Here are 4 reasons to become an Egg Donor:

1. It's Empowering

Truly, there is nothing more powerful in this world than a woman who can help another family with their dreams of having a child. During the egg donation process, an egg donor will undergo fertility, genetic, and medical screenings. She will be in charge of the process and have say in the timeline for her donation. 

These tests will educate a woman about her facility and her fertility. She will learn about her health and what she is capable of. This is empowering information for an egg donor that will be completely paid for her. These screenings and genetic testing processes cost thousands of dollars. She will discover how viable her eggs are and how her follicles are doing. 

She'll also learn what genetic carrier traits she has. She will walk out of the clinics knowing that she is healthy, fertile, and ready to change lives.

2. It's The Ultimate Act of Service

If you've ever spoken to couples who aren't able to conceive naturally, then you know the depths of their sorrows. An egg donor has true empathy and compassion for people who need the help of a fertile woman to help them build a family.

When it comes to service and doing good for one's fellow (wo)man, this is the ultimate act. Helping someone else bear a child through the giving of your own genetic materials is unparalleled. It is the most loving, wonderful gift a woman could give any family with fertility issues.

Ideally, an egg donor will do many wonderful acts of service during her lifetime, even on a daily basis. But egg donation is perhaps one of the biggest she'll do in the course of her life.

3.  You Complete a Puzzle  

Egg donors are part of the most beautiful puzzle. Every single piece of the puzzle contributes to an overall, extended family picture. An egg donor will know how valuable she is, how needed she is, and what a pivotal and important piece of the puzzle she is.

This is an incredible feeling.  You're the necessary piece needed to complete someone else's life puzzle that will bring them joy and happiness for years to come. 

4. The Compensation For an Egg Donor 

Though many couples express that there can never be a dollar amount sufficient to express their gratitude, the compensation you'll receive for your donation will be of a great help to you. Many couples would pay more to their donors if their finances would allow it. In an already financially heavy process, ethics are important. Whether you need to pay off student loans, credit cards, or want to put money towards a house- there is no shame in being compensated for your generous act.

Many egg donors are young women, just starting out towards their path to a great career. Many are still receiving their education at costly schools. This compensation can ease this burden greatly. Making another family's dream come true while being compensated is a unique and wonderful combination. 

Golden Eggs

At the end of the day, a donor will take medications for 12-15 days, have a retrieval, and will infinitely bless the life of another human. There is no greater deed than assisting someone in need. The time commitment is fairly minimal, and the ripple effect is unparalleled. 

When you're ready to become an egg donor, contact us today. You can set up a free consultation and learn everything you need to know. 

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