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Becoming an Altrui Egg Donor

It is so kind of you to consider the extremely generous act of egg donation.

The ability to have a family and children of our own is something many of us take for granted. Unfortunately, there are many women out there that find they are unable to conceive without the help of another’s person eggs. Being an egg donor can make a huge and meaningful difference to someone’s life, including yours.

We are a small team committed to ensuring that donors have all the information they need before deciding whether egg donation is for them. If they wish to proceed, we’ll be there every step of the way to ensure the process is simple, safe and supported.

Frequently asked questions

Is egg donation painful?

No, donating eggs does not hurt. During the egg collection part of the process, you will be sedated by an anaesthetist and kept asleep for the 20 minute procedure.

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Will donating eggs affect my fertility?

No. Egg donation with Altrui is very safe and will not prevent you from having children in the future. If a clinic identifies any risk for you at any point, you will not be able to continue. Your health and safety comes first.

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What if I’m using contraception?

If you are thinking about being a donor, you may be asked to change your contraception at some point. But please don’t let this put you off, if you think you may have problems with contraception there is usually a way around it and it’s not always necessary to alter anything.

Are egg donors paid?

UK donors receive compensation of up to £750 to cover travel expenses, childcare costs and any loss of earning when attending appointments. Donating will not cost you anything, but legally egg donors cannot be paid in the UK.

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Who can be an egg donor?

To donate eggs you need to be aged between 18-35, generally fit and healthy with a BMI under 35 and have no family medical history of inherited diseases, serious mental health issues or genetic disorders.

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Without exception, our altruistic egg donors have a few things in common: positivity, kindness and a very strong desire to help someone else.

If you think egg donation could be for you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are a text, email or phone call away and would be happy to help you explore the ins and outs of the process so you can decide whether egg donation is something you would like to do.