There are many reasons why women choose to become an egg donor. Please take a few moments to review our resources:
An ID Option egg donor is a donor who agrees to allow us to release her identity and contact information to the donor-conceived child, once that child reaches the age of 18 and he or she requests the information. You can learn more about our program here.
All donors must pass our extensive and rigorous screening requirements in order to become eligible to donate. There is a series of testing done, including a physical exam, infectious disease testing, genetic testing, drug testing, and psychological testing. You can learn specifics about their screening panel here.
Yes, your dedicated coordinator will tell you how many cohorts are available for a donor, and how many eggs are in each cohort.
Your Fairfax EggBank coordinator will be able to tell you any performance history we have on a donor, if the data are available. You can also learn if she had any children of her own in her profile.
We offer a significant amount of detailed information about each egg donor. In fact, our program is one of the few to offer such a vast amount of information on each donor. Profiles can be found on the website, including medical and personal history, donor essays, audio interviews, and childhood photos. Adulthood photos for donors are also available once you complete a confidentiality agreement, as a reasonable precaution to preserve the donor’s anonymity. Many recipients say that this additional information and extensive screening are incredibly helpful in selecting just the right donor. For a full list of screening tests please click here.
Our database changes constantly. If you are looking for a certain type of donor but don’t see any available on the website, please contact us so that your dedicated coordinator can listen to your needs and facilitate the search process for you.
All egg donors who have egg donor cohorts available are listed in our egg donor database. This database is updated on a regular basis throughout the day. Regulations vary by State and Country; please verify eligibility to ship into your State or Country by speaking with one of our donor coordinators.
If the donor is no longer listed on our website, this means she no longer has cohorts available for purchase. Still, we encourage you to contact us to let us know the donor you had your eyes on – there is always a chance that another recipient releases a cohort they had reserved, or the donor returns for another cycle. While we won’t be able to share future cycle plans with you, we may be able to alert you should she have donor eggs available again.
We encourage you to check the database periodically, since our database changes daily. Also, contact us to let us know what kind of donor you are looking for. Your coordinator will do her best to keep her eyes open once a donor comes along who might be the right one for you.
“Favoriting” a donor does not reserve a donor for you. The function aims to help you easily find a donor that you’re interested in anytime you return to our website. If you would like to get more information on a donor or might be interested in purchasing the donor’s eggs, contact us.
NOTE: If you “favorite” a donor and see that she no longer appears when you return to the website, this means she no longer has egg donor cohorts available.
If you “favorite” a donor and see that she no longer appears when you return to the website, this means she no longer has egg donor cohorts available. Please still contact us, in the event that she has cohorts available in the future.