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Egg Donation in Massachusetts

Learn about our Massachusetts egg donor agency, serving Boston, Worcester, Springfield, and all of the Pilgrim State

Fertility Source Companies and our division, The Donor Source™ in greater Boston, Worcester and Springfield, Massachusetts are ready to help match healthy egg donors with loving prospective parents. Our database of donors encompasses a wide range of ethnicities, ideal for the modern couple or single looking to start a family in The Pilgrim State. Whether you’re a potential egg donor or a family-to-be, we can help.

Find an Egg Donor in Massachusetts

Learn more about our egg donation process and the cost of our egg donor services. If you have any questions, our team is here to provide support and guidance throughout your entire journey.

Find an Egg Donor

in Massachusetts

Become an Egg Donor in Massachusetts

Learn more about how to become an egg donor, egg donor compensation and pay, egg donor requirements, and more. Fertility Source Companies and The Donor Source are here to make your experience as an egg donor as stress-free as possible.

Become an Egg Donor

in Massachusetts

Partner Clinics

Brigham & Women’s Center for Reproductive Medicine
75 Francis Street
Boston, MA 02115
Ph: 617-732-5500

IVF New England
One Forbes Road
Lexington, MA 02421
Ph: 800 858-4832

Fertility Center of New England
20 Pond Meadow Drive Suite 101
Reading, MA 01867
Ph: 781-942-7000
Fx: 781-942-7200

Cardone Reproductive Medicine and Infertility
2 Main St. Suite 150
Stoneham, MA 02180
Ph: 781-438-9600
Fx: 781-438-9601

Massachusetts General Hospital IVF
32 Fruit Street Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care Suite 10A
Boston, MA 02114
Ph: 617-726-8868
Fx: 617-724-8882

Boston IVF
130 Second Avenue
Waltham, MA 02451
Ph: 781-434-6500
Fx: 781-434-6447

“Empathetic staff. Easy step by step process and they take care of all the legwork so it’s very simple and stress free as much as possible. This is one of the greatest opportunities I have ever had the pleasure of being involved in. No regrets. So happy to have been apart of this and to have shared the gift of life.”

- Emily in Boston, MA

Learn more about Massachusetts egg donation procedures, laws and statistics.

What are the egg donor laws and legal procedures in Massachusetts?

Currently, Massachusetts does not have any egg donor laws. Most types of assisted reproduction are not covered by Massachusetts statutes, making it extremely important that both egg donor and prospective parents understand and consent fully to the egg donation process. Fertility Source Companies can help connect you with a knowledgeable family or fertility attorney near you.

Is egg donation painful? What are the side effects?

Egg donation is typically not a painful experience, and the side effects are generally mild. Egg retrieval happens while the donor is under sedation, minimizing discomfort during this medical procedure. After harvesting occurs, some donors may experience bleeding, bloating or soreness – though these symptoms are short-term and generally minimal.

What are the success rates for egg donation?

Egg donation success rates are the highest of any fertility treatment, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: with 55.6% of transfers of fresh donor eggs resulting in live births across the United States – and often as high as 75% at top clinics.

How much does it cost to use an egg donor in Massachusetts?

The expected cost for an egg donor cycle in Massachusetts ranges from $14,150 to a high of $27,650. This includes the agency fee, donor psychological evaluation, donor attorney consultation, donor insurance, escrow management fee, donor compensation, and estimated donor expenses. The cost of IVF is an additional amount that is charged by your fertility physician’s office.

What is the typical egg donor compensation in Massachusetts?

The compensation for egg donors in Massachusetts ranges from $8,000 to $10,000. First-time egg donors begin at $8,000 and repeat donors can earn $10,000 depending on the number of donations completed. Compensation is based on many factors, such as high demand ethnicity, which can increase the amount earned as a repeat donor.

How do I choose the best egg donor agency?

Fertility Source Companies invites you to choose our donor agency services in Massachusetts. We provide clients with infertility hurdles the help they need to become parents. We match families with a healthy egg donor of their selection; and we’re proud to partner with both heterosexual and LGBT parents-to-be as they secure their egg donor IVF success story.
If you’d like to be an egg donor, choosing an agency is easy when you’ve found Fertility Source Companies. We provide the support, guidance and compensation you need during the egg donation process. Our unwavering commitment to bringing donors and prospective families together in a joyful, copasetic union ensures both egg donor and prospective parents complete the egg donor process with ease and satisfaction.

Do you have more questions about egg donor services near you in Massachusetts?

If you have any questions regarding egg donation in Massachusetts,
Contact Fertility Source Companies today!