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Our Egg Donation Program in Washington

Fertility Source Companies is staffed by caring professionals ready to help you with the process of finding quality egg donors in Washington. Whether you want to donate your eggs or find an egg donor in Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Bellevue, or elsewhere in Washington, Fertility Source Companies is here to facilitate the process and ensure a seamless experience.

Finding an Egg Donor in Washington

Fertility Source Companies is one of the largest egg donation agencies in the country. We have a revolving open application process for potential donors, in addition to our large pool of qualified egg donors who have already been screened and are currently available. As a result, our egg donor database is constantly updated with new donors so there’s never a shortage to choose from.

Choosing an Egg Donor in Washington

Choosing the right egg donor is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. Running an “Egg Donor Wanted” ad simply doesn’t deliver. Identifying key qualities (e.g., physical or personality traits) and prioritizing those at the top of your list is essential. Our egg donor database can be filtered according to various factors, such as the egg donor’s personality, physical characteristics, geographical location, and other search parameters.

Egg Donor Costs & Fees in Washington

Our egg donor service fees in Washington vary depending on several factors, including your geographic location, egg donor expenses, and optional services (e.g., genetic testing). Egg donor fees can also vary depending on specific, high-in-demand characteristics, but the average cost is around $8,000; the agency fee is $8,500. Other costs include donor travel and other out-of-pocket expenditures, legal retainers, and other fees. Learn more details about egg donor costs and fees.

How Egg Donors Are Screened in Washington

Each potential donor undergoes a complete physical exam, lifestyle assessment, mental health screening process, and other tests to ensure they are physically and mentally healthy. As part of our screening process, we also check the person's background for legal issues, conduct a personality assessment and evaluate the level of commitment of the potential donor to help ensure that they will be able to complete the egg donation process. Next, we make sure that our donors are fertile (i.e., capable of producing eggs) and conduct blood tests to detect genetic abnormalities, drug use, and diseases.

Egg Donation FAQs for Intended Parents

How do I find an egg donor?

Intended parents (IPs) are given access to our database of pre-screened egg donors. After making a list of the top characteristics/priorities you are looking for in an egg donor, you can search our database to find potential donors.

Why is egg donation needed?

There are many reasons for an egg donor; often, a person is unable to produce healthy eggs due to age or certain health conditions (e.g., premature ovarian failure). Other scenarios involving those who opt for egg donation include single fathers, LGBTQ+ couples, and those with genetic abnormalities who don’t want to risk passing a genetic disorder to their offspring. 

Could I have twins as a result of using an egg donor?

Having twins, triplets, or other multiples with donor eggs is possible if more than one egg is transferred during IVF.

Becoming an Egg Donor in Washington

Becoming an egg donor in Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Bellevue, or elsewhere in Washington is an opportunity to help a couple or individual who is struggling to have a baby. The egg donation process is described as being a very rewarding experience. In addition to the personal satisfaction of knowing you’ve given the most precious gift to a family, otherwise unable to conceive, there are many other benefits for egg donors. 

Why Become an Egg Donor in Washington

People donate eggs for a variety of reasons, but perhaps the most common reason is to help people who are having difficulty conceiving. Egg donors are also generously compensated for the indispensable role they play.

Egg Donor Requirements in Washington

There are some specific egg donor requirements you must first meet to become an egg donor in Washington; these include the ability to pass various health and mental health screenings and a criminal background check. Donors must be aged 21 to 29, have a healthy weight, be non-smokers, non-drug users, and have no reproductive disorders. Find out if you qualify and learn more about egg donor requirements.

The Egg Donation Process

To stimulate ovarian production, an egg donor self-injects hormones over the course of approximately three weeks. During this process, a fertility specialist will closely monitor you and perform blood and ultrasound tests to confirm the maturity level of your eggs. Next, the egg retrieval procedure is performed to remove the eggs from the ovaries. During this outpatient procedure, patients are sedated. Most donors are able to return to a normal work schedule the day after the procedure.

Egg Donor Pay & Compensation in Washington

At Fertility Source Companies, our egg donors are generously compensated for their dedication, time, and expenses after giving those struggling to conceive the gift of a family. First-time egg donors receive a base compensation that varies by location, ranging from $5,500 to $8,000. A repeat egg donor compensation rate typically increases by $500 to $1,000. 

Apply to Become an Egg Donor in Washington

Are you ready to become an egg donor? We’ve worked with egg donors from all over Washington, including Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Bellevue, and beyond. Start your egg donor journey and apply today!

Become an Egg Donor in Washington

Egg Donor FAQs

Is egg donation painful?

The egg donor is sedated during the egg retrieval process, so there is usually no pain associated with the procedure. Some donors complain of slight cramping and bloating after the egg retrieval procedure, but this usually subsides within a week.

Are there any activity restrictions after the egg retrieval procedure?

Yes, because there is a slight swelling of the ovaries after the egg retrieval process, you should avoid high-impact activities for several weeks after the procedure. Be sure to follow the fertility specialist’s aftercare instructions.

How soon can I return to work after I donate my eggs?

Most egg donors are able to return to work or school the day after the egg retrieval procedure.

Our Partner Clinics in Washington

Fertility Source Companies partners with many fertility clinics across Washington, including in Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Bellevue, and beyond. You’ll find the contact information and website addresses of each of our partner clinics in Washington listed below. 

Pacific NW Fertility and IVF Specialists
1101 Madison Suite 1050
Seattle, WA 98104
Ph: 206-515-0000
Fx: 206-515-0001

Overlake Reproductive Health
11232 NE 15th St. Suite 201
Bellevue, WA 98004
Ph: 425-646-4700
Fx: 425-646-1076
E-mail: [email protected]

RMA Seattle
509 Olive Way, Suite 501
Seattle, WA 98101
Ph: 206-651-4432
Fx: 206-973-7999

Seattle Reproductive Medicine
1505 Westlake Ave. North, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98109
Ph: 206-301-5000
Fx: 206-285-1119

ORM Fertility - Bellevue
1370 116th Ave. NE, Suite 100
Bellevue, Washington 98004
Ph: 425-332-5529
Fx: 503-274-4946

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