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Our Egg Donation Program in Colorado

Fertility Source Companies offers knowledgeable, supportive services to its donors, as well as couples and singles considering egg donation for in vitro fertilization (IVF), including members of the LGBTQ+ community. Our comprehensive matching process connects intended parents (IPs) with quality egg donors. Our Colorado egg donor agency provides services in cities throughout the Centennial State, including Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins.

Finding an Egg Donor in Colorado

Finding an egg donor in Colorado is easier than you may imagine when you work with Fertility Source Companies. Learn how we match donors with IPs, and get tips on what to look for in finding a donor that’s right for you. We have an experienced team of caring professionals who will provide support and professional guidance, answering all of your questions and concerns throughout your rewarding journey to parenting!

Choosing an Egg Donor in Colorado

Fertility Source Companies has one of the largest egg donation databases in the country. IPs start the process by searching through our database to find potential candidates, filtered by matching qualifications such as physical traits, health, personality, geographic location, and more. You will also have access to photos and a video of each donor.

Selecting an egg donor may be one of the most difficult choices you will make. It is important to consider what qualities are most important to you and your partner during the donor selection process. We can help guide and support you every step of the way.

Egg Donor Costs & Fees in Colorado

The cost of egg donation can vary depending on many factors such as your geographic location and the specific services you select. To start, there's an agency fee of $8,500. The donor must be compensated, with a fee that is usually around $8,000, but this fee is individualized and can vary from one donor to another. Donor expenses are between $1,000 to $9,000 depending on the cost of travel and other out-of-pocket expenses. Other fees include a retainer for legal consultation and optional genetic testing fees. 

Fertility Source Companies offers financing options for IPs to help ease finance-related stress while going through the egg donation process. Learn more about egg donor costs, fees, and financing.

How Egg Donors Are Screened in Colorado

At Fertility Source Companies, our potential new donors undergo a complete physical exam, lifestyle assessment, mental health screening, and genetic testing to ensure they are physically healthy and mentally prepared to donate their eggs. A personality profile is also part of our screening process.

We go a step further and evaluate the potential donor’s commitment level, ensuring each donor is able to complete the egg donation process from beginning to end. Next, we screen for any legal issues with a background check, ensure the person is fertile (i.e., the ability to produce eggs), and perform blood tests (for genetic abnormalities, drug use, and diseases). Learn more about our egg donor screening process

Egg Donation FAQs for Intended Parents

Are there any requirements for egg donor recipients?

Yes, if you are planning for IVF with a donated egg, both you and your partner must undergo blood work and your partner will have a semen analysis. The intended mother must also undergo a sonohysterography, which is a specialized ultrasound exam to assess uterine health. Additional testing may be required based on your age, genetic, or medical history.

How can I increase the chance of a successful IVF cycle when selecting an egg donor?

All egg donors are screened ahead of time for a wide range of conditions and health issues that could potentially impact the potential for a successful pregnancy. As intended parents, all you have to worry about when finding an egg donor is whatever personal criteria you have in mind, such as personality traits, educational background, or physical characteristics.

Can an egg donation with IVF result in twins?

Yes, there is a chance of having twins with donor eggs when more than one donor egg is transferred during IVF.

Becoming an Egg Donor in Colorado

Whether you’re from Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, or anywhere else in Colorado, our goal at Fertility Source Companies is to provide a stress-free egg donation experience. In addition to the personal satisfaction of helping a person or couple start a family, there are many benefits of becoming an egg donor, such as generous compensation. However, there are some specific requirements you must first meet. Find out if you qualify, and learn more about becoming an egg donor in Lone Tree, Littleton, or Parker here

Why Become an Egg Donor in Colorado

The act of donating eggs is a generous act of kindness that can be very rewarding. Helping a person or a couple struggling to have a baby is the obvious reason that most people decide to donate their eggs, but there are many other benefits. Not only are egg donors generously compensated for donating their eggs, but they also receive free screening tests, such as health and fertility evaluations, legal protection, and compensation for personal expenses, such as travel costs. In addition, during the egg donation process, some donors may discover that freezing their eggs is beneficial for future pregnancy plans.

Egg Donor Requirements in Colorado

Fertility Source Companies maintains very high standards when it comes to egg donor requirements. Each donor is screened to ensure they have a healthy reproductive capability, that there are no genetically inherited diseases in their family history, and that they are physically and mentally healthy.

Our donors are evaluated to ensure they don’t smoke or take drugs and they must have a schedule that is open and flexible to accommodate the appointments necessary for the egg donation process. Age makes a difference when it comes to healthy reproduction, our donors must be between the ages of 21 to 29 and have a healthy weight. Learn more about egg donor requirements.

The Egg Donation Process in Colorado

During the egg donation process, hormonal medications are given to induce multiple egg development in a single ovulation cycle. Next, ultrasound images are taken to guide the fertility specialist as the eggs are retrieved – via a gentle suction process – from the ovarian follicle. The donor is sedated before the procedure begins to ensure there is no pain involved. Transferring the eggs to the recipient is performed in a separate procedure (i.e., in-vitro fertilization) after the egg is fertilized in the lab.

Egg Donor Pay & Compensation in Colorado

Fertility Source Companies ensures that our egg donors are fully compensated for their time, dedication, flexibility, and expenses in the remarkable role of giving the gift of a family to those who are struggling to conceive. There is a base compensation for egg donors that varies based on location, ranging from $5,500 to $8,000 for first-time egg donors. After donating, repeat egg donors typically see an increase of $500 - $1,000.

Apply to Become an Egg Donor in Colorado

Are you ready to become an egg donor? We’ve worked with egg donors from all over Colorado, including but not limited to, Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins. Start your egg donor journey and apply today!

Become an Egg Donor in Colorado

Egg Donor FAQs

Are egg donors paid more in places where there is a huge demand?

Some states where egg donors are in high demand, such as California, may pay slightly more. However, in general, egg donor compensation typically doesn’t vary that much from state to state.

What factors would exclude people from donating their eggs?

Potential candidates can be disqualified from becoming egg donors for smoking, using drugs, and having certain health issues (e.g., genetic disorders, fertility problems, etc.). They may also be disqualified if they use certain types of birth control, such as Depo-Provera shot, hormonal  IUD, or implant birth control. The inability to commit to the time required to donate one’s eggs is another disqualifying factor.

How much will I be paid for donating my eggs?

The amount of egg donor compensation/pay can vary, depending on your geographic location and whether you are a first-time egg donor. The range of egg donor pay ranges from  $5,500 to $8,000 for first-time donors.

Our Partner Clinics in Colorado

Fertility Source Companies partners with many fertility clinics across Colorado, including in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and beyond. You’ll find the contact information and website addresses of each of our partner clinics in Colorado listed below.

Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine
10290 RidgeGate Circle
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Ph: 303-788-8300
Fx: 303-788-8310
Email: [email protected]

Conceptions Reproductive Associates
271 West County Line Road
Littleton, CO 80129
Ph: 303-794-0045
Fx: 303-794-2054

Rocky Mountain Center for Reproductive Medicine
1080 E Elizabeth St
Fort Collins, CO80524
Ph: 970-493-6353
Email: [email protected]

Rocky Mountain Fertility Center
12770 Lynnfield Drive
Parker, CO 80134
Ph: 303-999-3877

Shady Grove Colorado
4105 Briargate Parkway, Suite 255
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Ph: 719-314-3333
Fx: 719-314-3344

Shady Grove Colorado
8200 E. Belleview Avenue, Suite 615-E
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Ph: 720-704-8221
Fx: 720-704-8417

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