Intended Parents FAQ

There is no definitive answer to this, as both options have advantages and disadvantages. Donors with children have proven fertility, which can increase success rates.

However, their age might be slightly higher, potentially impacting egg quality. Donors without children offer younger eggs, but their fertility has not been confirmed. Ultimately, the decision depends on your priorities and your doctor’s recommendation.

 We offer donors with and without children, allowing you to make the most informed choice.

Egg donation is a legitimate and highly regulated process. However, unfortunately, frauds do exist.

Choose reputable agencies like that follow strict ethical guidelines and prioritize donor well-being. Look for accreditations, transparent policies, and positive donor testimonials. We prioritize transparency and donor safety, ensuring an ethical and rewarding experience for everyone involved.

Egg donors undergo a rigorous screening process to ensure their health, genetic suitability, and emotional well-being. This includes medical and psychological evaluations, genetic testing, and background checks. Matching with recipients considers factors like physical characteristics, education, and family history, while respecting both donor and recipient preferences.

We have a comprehensive screening and matching process to find the perfect fit for both donors and recipients.

Selecting donor eggs for IVF involves considering several factors:

  • Age: Younger donors (typically under 35) generally have higher quality eggs and success rates.
  • Medical history: Choose donors with no family history of serious genetic conditions or inherited diseases.
  • Physical characteristics: Consider traits like hair color, eye color, height, and build, while remembering genetics can be unpredictable.
  • Education and personality: Some recipients prioritize shared values or educational backgrounds.
  • Known vs. anonymous donor: Decide if you prefer a personal connection with the donor or complete anonymity.

At EggDonor4All we provide detailed donor profiles with comprehensive information to help you make an informed decision.

Choosing an egg donor is a crucial and personal decision. Here are some tips:

  • Define your priorities: Consider what is most important to you in a donor (age, genetics, physical traits, etc.).
  • Consult your doctor: Get their professional recommendations based on your specific needs and medical history.
  • Research reputable agencies: Choose agencies with proven success, ethical practices, and transparent policies.
  • Review donor profiles carefully: Pay attention to medical history, education, and personality traits.
  • Ask questions: Do not hesitate to clarify any doubts about the donor or the donation process.

We offer personalized support and guidance throughout the donor selection process to help you find the perfect match.

At, we strive for transparency in our pricing. We charge an initial application fee to cover administrative costs followed by a matching fee once you’re paired with a suitable donor. The donor compensation and any potential travel or legal fees are separate costs you’ll discuss directly with the donor. We provide detailed breakdowns of all fees on our website and are happy to answer any questions you might have.

The time to find your perfect match can vary depending on several factors, including your preferred donor characteristics, the availability of matching donors, and your own responsiveness during the matching process. While we can’t guarantee a specific timeframe, we currently have 1,000+ donors in our database.  It is very possible that one of these donors could immediately meet your needs.

We actively seek suitable donors and work diligently to expedite the matching process. We’ll keep you updated every step of the way and ensure you’re well-informed throughout the journey. offers both anonymous and identifiable donor programs to cater to diverse preferences.

If you choose an anonymous donor, communication will be facilitated through our agency.

However, if you opt for an identifiable donor, you may have the opportunity to connect directly through letters, emails, or even in-person meetings, depending on the donor’s comfort level and program guidelines.

We respect both donor anonymity and recipient openness and will guide you through the communication options available in your chosen program.

We understand the emotional and logistical challenges of egg donation.

Therefore, we offer comprehensive support services to intended parents throughout the journey. Our experienced team provides emotional counseling, legal guidance, and educational workshops to address your concerns and empower you every step of the way. Additionally, you’ll have dedicated coordinators who will personally answer your questions and guide you through the process.

Success rates for achieving pregnancy with donor eggs are influenced by various factors, including the recipient’s age and medical history, the quality of the eggs, and the chosen IVF clinic.

While national averages suggest success rates around 60% per embryo transfer cycle for recipients under 35, it’s crucial to understand that your individual circumstances might differ.

We recommend consulting your doctor for a personalized assessment and realistic expectations regarding your specific situation.