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Our Egg Donation Program in Nevada

Fertility Source Companies provides expert, supportive services to intended parents (IPs) and egg donors throughout Nevada, including Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, Spring Valley, and beyond. Whether you want to donate your eggs or find an egg donor, we can help. Find out if you qualify to become an egg donor by learning about our screening process.

Finding an Egg Donor in Nevada

Fertility Source Companies has a large database of high-quality pre-screened egg donors available for our IPs to review. We also have a revolving application process for new potential donors, ensuring our database consistently has new egg donors to choose from.

Choosing an Egg Donor in Nevada

When pursuing parenthood via egg donation, one of the first and most challenging decisions you will make is selecting the right egg donor for your unique needs. Our online database of egg donors is filtered according to various factors such as a donor's character, personality traits, physical attributes, geographical location, and more. Before starting, it’s essential to identify which qualities are important and prioritize those at the top of your list. With our expert guidance and support, you will be able to make an informed decision.

Egg Donor Costs & Fees in Nevada

The egg donor costs in Nevada vary depending on the donor you select, your geographic location, specific donor expenses, and optional services (e.g., genetic testing). 

The average cost is around $8,000 for donor fees plus an $8,500 agency fee. Additional expenses may include legal fees, donor expenses (e.g., travel costs, and other out-of-pocket expenses), and other miscellaneous fees. Learn more details on our costs and fees here

Finance options are available to help reduce IPs' stressors during the egg donation process. Learn more about egg donor costs, fees, and financing.

How Egg Donors Are Screened in Nevada

Each potential donor at  Fertility Source Companies undergoes a lifestyle assessment, complete physical exam, mental health screening, and other screening evaluations to ensure each donor in our database is physically healthy and mentally prepared for the egg donor process. Other details of the screening process include:

  • A background check
  • A personality assessment to ensure the donor can commit to the entire egg donation process from beginning to end
  • A fertility assessment to ensure the donor produces healthy eggs
  • Blood tests to screen for any genetic abnormalities or diseases, as well as drug use
  • A medical records review by an on-staff RN

Learn more about our egg donor screening process.

Egg Donation FAQs for Intended Parents

What is the first step in the egg donation process?

IPs can first explore the waters of egg donation by reviewing a preview of our egg donor database. To view complete profiles and photos, IPs must sign up and request access to the full database.

When is egg donation typically recommended?

Egg donation appeals to a wide range of individuals and couples hoping to start or grow their families. It is often recommended for people who have certain types of infertility, LGBTQ+ families, aspiring single parents, and people who risk passing on a genetic disorder to their children.

Can I qualify for egg donation as a single parent?

Yes – there are no restrictions on who can become a parent through egg donation based on marital or relationship status. Many aspiring single parents, especially men who wish to become fathers, choose egg donation to help achieve their family-building goals. Some single parents may also seek out the help of a gestational surrogate to have a child.

Becoming an Egg Donor in Nevada

Becoming an egg donor in Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, Spring Valley, or anywhere else in Nevada is an opportunity to help a person or couple struggling to have a family. Many people describe the egg donation process as one of the most rewarding life experiences. Discover the benefits of being an egg donor and learn about the requirements to qualify.

Why Become an Egg Donor in Nevada

People donate eggs for a variety of reasons, but perhaps the most common reason is to help people who are having difficulty conceiving. In addition to the personal satisfaction of donating one’s eggs to help someone else accomplish such a monumental goal, there are many other rewards, including generous compensation and a thorough health screening.

Egg Donor Requirements in Nevada

General requirements for egg donors at the  Fertility Source Companies in Nevada, donors must:

  • Be between the ages of 21 to 29
  • Have a proven healthy fertility level 
  • Pass screening tests to rule out inherited disorders, infectious diseases, and more
  • Abstain from smoking and drug use
  • Follow a healthy lifestyle
  • Have a healthy BMI
  • Have a flexible schedule to accommodate screening and procedure appointments 

Find out if you qualify and learn more about egg donor requirements.

The Egg Donation Process

Over the course of approximately three weeks, egg donors self-inject hormones to stimulate the production of multiple eggs. During the process, blood and ultrasound tests are performed to confirm the maturity level of the eggs and whether or not they’re ready to be extracted from the ovaries. Once ready, a painless procedure called egg retrieval is performed to collect the eggs. Patients are sedated during this outpatient procedure. Most donors can return to their normal work schedule the next day.

Egg Donor Pay & Compensation in Nevada

Fertility Source Companies generously compensates egg donors in appreciation for their personal dedication, time, and out-of-pocket costs to give the gift of a family to an individual or couple struggling to conceive. The base compensation for first-time egg donors varies by location and can range from $5,500 to $8,000. Repeat egg donors usually receive an increase of $500 to $1,000 in compensation.

Apply to Become an Egg Donor in Nevada

Are you ready to become an egg donor? We’ve worked with egg donors from all over Nevada. Including Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, Spring Valley, and beyond.  Start your egg donor journey and apply today!

Become an Egg Donor in Nevada

Egg Donor FAQs

Is the egg donation procedure painful?

No, the egg retrieval procedure is not painful because it is performed under anesthesia. Some people may experience cramps and/or bloating after the procedure, but these symptoms usually only last approximately one week or so.

How are the hormone injections administered?

The hormonal self-injections are administered at home; you will be instructed on how to administer them yourself, or you can have a family member or friend help you perform the injections.

After I donate my eggs, how soon can I return to work?

After the egg retrieval procedure, most egg donors can resume work or school the following day.

Our Partner Clinics in Nevada

Fertility Source Companies partners with many fertility clinics across Nevada, including Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson, Spring Valley, and beyond. You’ll find the contact information and website addresses of each of our partner clinics in Colorado listed below. 

Fertility Center of Las Vegas
8851 West Sahara Ave. Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89117
Ph: 702-254-1777
Fx: 702-254-1213
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.fertilitycenterlv.com/

Nevada Center for Reproductive Medicine
645 Sierra Rose Drive Suite 205
Reno, NV 89511
Ph: 775-828-1200
Fx: 775-828-1785
Web: http://www.nevadafertility.com/

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