Some women are unable to conceive because they cannot produce healthy eggs. The Egg Donor Program at The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services can help these women, as well as those with unsuccessful super ovulation therapies, early onset of natural menopause or surgically induced menopause, premature ovarian failure, abnormal eggs and repetitive failures with In Vitro Fertilization, and for those women who carry genetic abnormalities or genetically transmitted diseases. The Egg Donor Program at The Center assisted in the conception of the first child born from a donor egg in New England in 1987. Since then, we’ve helped women conceive with eggs donated by both identified and anonymous donors.
Identified egg donation uses eggs donated by a specific person such as a sister, other relative, or friend.
Non-directed egg donation uses eggs donated most commonly from women recruited specifically for egg donation. Non-directed donors at The Center are compensated for their time and effort involved with each completed cycle.
To make an appointment or for more information about our Egg Donor Program and our full range of fertility services, please call The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services at (844) HOPEIVF.
If you are interested in becoming an egg donor, please click here.
For more information about egg donor success rates at The Center, please click here.
For more information about our Third Party Reproduction Team, please click here.