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How to become an egg donor

Learn more about egg donation

For some women, their only chance at having a baby of their own is by using donated eggs.  As an egg donor, you’re giving people hope and the chance to experience the joy of family. Of course, there’s a lot to think about before deciding if it’s something you want to do, so we’ve shared some useful resources covering what’s involved below. Or if you feel you’re ready to take the next step, you can book an appointment with a doctor who will begin the process with an assessment to check your fertility health. 

Why egg donors are so important

Over the past two decades the age at which women have their first baby has increased. Currently, the average age of first pregnancy for women in European countries is close to 30. One of the many consequences of this dramatic social change is a greater occurrence of age-related infertility. Many have simply left it too late to conceive naturally.

Donor eggs are also needed for young women surviving cancer and for some women who have an increased risk of passing along a genetic disorder. As a result, there is an ever-increasing demand for egg donors like you.

Egg sharing and IVF

As well as egg donation, we also offer a unique egg sharing programme that gives women undergoing IVF the option to share some of their eggs during treatment and help someone else become a mum. You can learn about egg sharing here or hear about the experience first-hand from one of our patients.

Egg donor process

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“Donating my eggs felt like the right thing to do”


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Become a Donor

When you’re ready to take the next step, you’ll need to book a clinical consultation with one of our doctors.