How Does Egg Donation Work?

Egg donation makes baby dreams come true for thousands of women and men every year. This life-giving service is the process by which a woman donates her eggs to help another conceive as part of assisted reproduction treatment (ART).
The egg is fertilized in a laboratory using a technique called In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). In some cases, donated semen or a gestational surrogate is also needed for the pregnancy.

Egg donation makes pregnancy possible for women who are unable to conceive using their own eggs. It is also a viable solution for male couples or single intended parents who wish to have a baby using donated eggs and a gestational surrogate.

When is Egg Donation Needed?

ELITE IVF has a long-standing record of accomplishment in guiding our patients through the process of egg donation and helping them have a baby. Common areas where egg donation can help include:

Oocyte Viability

Ovarian failure is often related to advanced reproductive age, but it can occur earlier (before 40-45 years). The cause for early ovarian failure is often unknown. An egg donor program can make pregnancy possible for those struggling with ovarian failure.

Early Menopause and Developmental Disorders

For some women, the early onset of menopause leads to the use of an egg donation program. Likewise, women who have been born without ovaries or other reproductive organs will find a full-service egg donation agency invaluable when they are ready to start a family.

Genetic Disorders or Poor Responses to Treatment

Many women use a full-service egg donation agency to avoid passing on genetic disorders. Likewise, women who may not have responded well to the hormone treatments given during IVF therapy or have had reproductive organs damaged or removed via surgery may find that an egg donation program can provide the solution.

Are Egg Donors Anonymous?



With open ID, the donor’s details are available for the child after he or she turns 18 years of age. The preference of the egg donor and recipient will determine whether the egg donation is via an anonymous or open ID. At ELITE IVF, we pride ourselves on our matching process, and will connect you with an egg donor who is the best fit for your family

Egg Donation: How MediPocket Surrogacy USA Can Help

Today, we are fortunate to have solutions to fertility challenges that were once thought to be insurmountable. If you are struggling with infertility and considering the option of egg donation, ELITE IVF can help.
We offer leading-edge treatment, compassionate care, and transparent pricing. Our all-inclusive pricing offers significant cost savings and there are no hidden fees. This allows you to enjoy the path to pregnancy, instead of focusing on the details.

It’s time. We can help, and we have the track record to prove it.

Egg DonationProgram Options

We offer a choice of two programs to suit your medical needs and circumstances:


In our exclusive egg donor program, the ovum donation (also known as oocytes) retrieved from the egg donor are for the exclusive use of one recipient. We typically collect an average of 12-16 mature eggs.


In the shared egg donor program, the ovum donation is split between two recipients. This type of egg donation provides an average of 6-8 eggs per recipient

Making Egg Donation Affordable

At Nedipocket, we provide cost-effective solutions to help you expand your family. We offer an all-inclusive pricing package to make your fertility journey as seamless and stress-free as possible. This cost includes monitoring at your home clinic, as well as an experienced case management team to ensure the IVF process is implemented with precision.

We coordinate all aspects of the fertility treatment, from logistics, case management and communications, to legalities and finance. If travel is needed, we will provide an on-site coordinator at the destination clinic, arrange all flights, and secure five-star hotel accommodations. We will also arrange local transfers by a chauffeured car.

With Medipocket Surrogacy USA, everything is in one convenient package – from medical review and monitoring, to the pregnancy and postpartum follow-up.