Egg Donation in Texas
Learn about our Texas egg donor agency, serving Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and all of the Lonestar State.
Fertility Source Companies, through its division The Donor Source™, is an ideal partner for those who want to participate in egg donation as egg donors, and hopeful prospective parents looking for a donor match. Our Texas egg donor database provides a diversity suited to fulfill the Lone Star State’s needs when it comes to its variety of cultures, races, ethnicities and lifestyles. Whether you’re looking to be – or find – a fertility match in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, Fort Worth, Austin or another corner of Texas, we can help.
Find an Egg Donor in Texas
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.
Become an Egg Donor in Texas
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.
CCRM Houston Fertility Clinic
929 Gessner Road Suite 2300
Houston, TX 77024
Dallas Fort Worth Fertility Associates
5477 Glen Lakes Drive Suite 200
Dallas, TX 75231
2840 Legacy Drive
Building 1, Suite 100
Frisco, TX 75034
6300 West Parker Road Suite G28
Plano, TX 75093
"Thank you all for the professional service and support throughout. Even after two donors that didn’t get to the finish line you quickly found a third one who did. We would be glad to share our experience and recommend Fertility Source Companies to future clients."– Intended Parents, L&E
Egg Donation in Texas FAQ
Egg donor laws in Texas adhere to the 2002 version of the Uniform Parentage Act (UPA), which addresses all forms of assisted reproduction: egg donation, sperm donation and embryo donation. This act holds that:
– the donor is not the legal parent of the child.
– consent from both the intended mother and father must be in writing (however, the failure to have this in writing does not defeat legal parentage if, during the first two years of the child’s life, the man and woman resided with the child and held themselves out to be the child’s parents).
– if a divorce occurs before implantation, the former husband will not be considered the father, unless he consented to be the father to a child implanted after the divorce.
The State of Texas also requires health insurance providers to cover some in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. Talk to your insurance plan provider for information on what fees are covered under your plan.
Learn more about Texas egg donation procedures, laws and statistics.
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