Q. How much will this cost?
A. Once you select an egg donor, a customized cost sheet will be created for you.
Q. Is the donor’s compensation negotiable?
A. No, the compensation offered to the donors in our program is not negotiable. The price we present to you initially will be a fair and final price.
Q. How do I select an egg donor from your database
A. You can select a donor directly from our site once we have provide you with your password access. This is the best method to make your selection, as it will be reviewed by our staff right away. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at +85510442627 to confirm your selection.
Q. What happens once I select a donor from your program?
A. Once you select a donor from our site, we will call the donor to confirm her availability and ask her if she has any blackout dates during which she cannot go in for in-person appointments. After we speak with the donor, you will be sent the proper paperwork necessary to confirm the match. The paperwork and trust account funding will then be due within 3 business days.
Q. What is outside monitoring?
A. When a donor does not live in the area where your IVF doctor is located, she will need outside monitoring. Outside monitoring usually consists of ultrasounds and lab work which the donor can have done near her home. In the estimated cost sheet, we collect for monitoring so that payment can be set up for the donor’s future appointments.
Q. Is the donor open to meeting me the intended parent?
A. The donors in our program are considered anonymous. If you are interested in meeting one of our donors please contact our staff. We will then contact the donor and ask her if she is open to meeting the intended parents who select her. If the parents and donor decide to meet in person, that meeting will be facilitated by a member of the NGG staff. The donor is compensated for meeting the intended parents.
Q. Is the donor open to meeting offspring who result from her donation?
A. The donors in our program are considered anonymous. If the donor agrees to meet the offspring that result from her donation, that meeting will later be facilitated by the intended parent’s attorney who drafted their egg donation contract once the child turns 18.
Q. Can I see more photos of the donor?
A. If you are interested in viewing more photos of our donors, please contact us at email@example.com, or call us at +85510442627
Q. How do I know if a donor is available?
A. All of the donors on our site are available.
Q. If I am interested in a previous donor, will her previous cycle results be disclosed?
A. Yes, information regarding a previous donor’s cycle is available upon request.
Q. Are your donors willing to travel?
A. Yes, some of our donors are willing to travel. Every donor is asked this question when entering our program and you can see their answer to this question in their online profile. If the donor you select needs to travel to your clinic, we will call her to confirm the future travel arrangements upon selection.
Q. Why is the estimate for your donor’s travel so high?
A. If a donor does not live in the area where the intended parents IVF doctor is located, she will have to travel to the IVF clinic at least twice. The first time will be for her initial medical screening appointment. The second time she will travel, she will be on injectable medications and her trip will last 7-10 days. She will need to be in the area where the IVF clinic is located so the doctor can monitor her progress on the medications leading up to the egg retrieval. She will need airfare, hotel accommodations, and meal reimbursement while she is traveling for the donation. The donor will also need a travel companion for the egg retrieval. The doctor’s office will not release her from their office without a companion after the egg retrieval.