Why become an egg donor? Becoming an egg donor means that you will be helping to create or expand a family. Egg donation is a safe and common process for women who are between 20 and 29 years of age. Let’s take a look at some of the top reasons why people become egg donors.

Helping People Create A Family

Egg donation is needed for various reasons. Some women experience ovarian failure or genetic conditions that prevent them from being able to use their own eggs. Treatments for cancer can also cause reproductive failure. Many gay men choose to work with an egg donor and surrogate to start their family.  By becoming an egg donor you can help someone realize their dream of family while the financial benefits help you to realize dreams of your own.

Discover More About Yourself

Look inside your heart and ask yourself, “Why not become an egg donor?” Doing something good for others will make you feel good too. And giving the gift of life is the best gift you could ever give anyone. You’ve likely known someone in your life who has struggled to conceive a child. You’ve seen their disappointment and despair. Wouldn’t it be heartwarming to help another couple avoid the disappointment?

Paid for Travel 

Egg donors do receive compensation for their time and effort and this is one of the many reasons why people become egg donors. Expenses that are covered include all travel costs. You get paid to take some time off and travel, like a mini-vacation!  We work with donors throughout the United States and we have offices throughout the United States, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Austin, Atlanta, and Des Moines.

There are many reasons people choose to become egg donors, including the reasons mentioned above. Feeling inspired? Why not become an egg donor today? Apply to become an egg donor with Family Creations and make someone’s dreams come true. There is no greater way to make a difference in someone else’s life. If you have any questions about the egg donation process, contact us today.   

by Julia McConnell on April 3, 2019