Becoming A donor
Becoming an egg donor means providing a vital contribution to individuals or couples who dream of starting a family. It's a generous act of helping others achieve what they cannot do alone.
From screening to egg retrieval, our team supports you at every step. We prioritize your comfort and well-being throughout this rewarding journey.
Why Choose IVF1Match for Egg Donation?
Skill: At IVF1Match, you're in the hands of U.S. board certified reproductive endocrinologists, ensuring the highest level of expertise.
Safety: Your safety is our priority. With a perfect safety record, advanced technology, and comprehensive support, we guarantee a secure and comfortable egg donation experience.
Consistency: Experience consistent, high-quality care at the Naperville Fertility Center, led by Dr. Randy Morris. All procedures are performed at this state-of-the-art facility.
A Great Team: Our past donors praise the friendly and supportive team at IVF1 and the Naperville Fertility Center, committed to ensuring the best possible experience.
Requirements to Become an Egg Donor
- Must be between 21 and 30 years of age.
- Must be in good physical and mental health.
- Non-smoker, free from genetic disorders.
- Must be willing to undergo medical and psychological evaluations.
Egg Donor Compensation and Benefits
- Set Your Compensation: With IVF1Match, you can decide your compensation. It reflects your commitment, not the number of eggs produced.
- Medical Coverage: All related medical expenses, including screening and medications, are covered.
- Insurance and Travel: Comprehensive insurance policy for rare complications and travel expenses in consideration for those coming from afar.
- No Middleman Fees: Your compensation is entirely yours; IVF1Match does not take any percentage.
Become an Egg Donor FAQ
This is completely up to you. IVF1Match is unique in that each egg donor can determine their own compensation. It is not dictated by an agency. It is important to understand that you are being compensated for everything you have to do in the egg donation process, including screening, monitoring, exams, and egg retrieval. You are not being paid for how many eggs you produce. Donors are compensated for every donation.
Sometimes egg donors, through no fault of their own, may not respond well to fertility medications. If that happens, you will still receive some compensation depending on how much of the process was completed. However, if the doctor is forced to cancel a donation because you didn’t show up for monitoring when you were supposed to or didn’t follow instructions, you may not receive compensation.
At IVF1Match, we follow national safety guidelines for egg donors. We will allow you to donate as many as six times. After your egg retrieval is complete, our board certified fertility specialists will review how you did during the cycle and determine whether you are eligible to return to the program to complete additional egg donation cycles.
All medical screening costs, medications, and medical expenses related to the egg donation cycle are paid for by the recipient or the recipient’s health insurance. Egg donors gain valuable knowledge about their genetic, physical, and reproductive health as a result of the screening process.
Complications resulting from egg donation are rare. To ensure your safety and peace of mind, all egg donors are provided with an egg donation cycle insurance policy. This insurance policy will be used to cover medical expenses for any complication that arises as a result of the egg donation process. The same doctors who take care of you during the egg donation process will care for you if you have a complication.
When deciding on what your compensation should be, you should keep in mind any travel expenses you may incur. This is especially true if you live far away and will need to fly to Illinois, as our state-of-the-art IVF center is located just outside of Chicago.
Recipients will pay for all travel, or, if they are donating to IVF1, the office will cover travel expenses.
No! Unlike donor agencies, which take a big percentage of the egg donor's compensation, your compensation is yours. Like any income, the amount your receive for egg donation is subject to being taxed. You will receive a U.S. 1099 form so you can report your compensation as an independent contractor.
Dr. Morris and staff were very friendly. Dr. Morris was very informative and patient with answering all questions I had. We were uncertain on the options and next steps to take and Dr. Morris explained all the details and options we have. Excellent staff and a great doc.
The staff is amazing here. I’m in the middle of IVF and had an issue with a medication and they went above and beyond to make sure everything was done to continue our journey (on the weekend no less); truly above and beyond. The staff are very caring and professional. Definitely recommend Dr. Morris and this amazing practice.
I’m so grateful to have been referred to Dr. Morris and his team! I’ve spent the last month or so working with the team and they’ve made what is naturally a hard process both mentally and physically as comforting and easy as possible. Dr. Morris’s success rates speak for themselves, but what I want to let everyone know is that he is equally comforting. A special thank you to Jocelyne, Pam and Barbie, these three women on his staff from front desks to RNs really have made the experience an extremely positive one. PS. My cousin who referred me to Dr. Morris has a smart, healthy and beautiful baby boy who he helped bring into this world!
He is a very professional and good doctor. the whole clinic is very nice. all the staff are amazing. The doctor operated on me for endometriosis and I got pregnant during the second IVF. we have a wonderful 1 year old son. thank you doctor we still have an embryo, I think I will definitely come back to you in a year or two.
I honestly can’t praise this company enough. Dr. Randy Morris bedside manner is absolutely amazing, his staff professionalism and customer service is also amazing. Your experience with this company will be nothing but perfect. From the initial call to the receptionist. To speaking with the nursing staff, billing, etc. everyone wants to help you with family planning. No matter what my outcome is, I know I’m with a co that will make sure I have the best chances. Thank you to Dr Randy Morris and Staff a bunch!
I don't even know where to start...THANK YOU! Thank you for giving us our son. We went through a year of IVF. Although there may have been things I didn't want to hear (chances of pregnancy, factors out of our control, etc.) it was important to hear the truth and know what our chances were. The staff was always great with us and they were very patient. They really have everything figured out and what the best options out for outcomes. I never felt pressured to make certain decisions and always felt well informed. Again, I can't thank Dr. Morris and all his staff for everything!!!
Amazing staff. They made us feel like family. They cried when I called to tell them the birth of our daughter. Starting round two next month. Simply the best. They care!
Thanks to Dr.Morris I am holding today my little dream girl. I don't have enough words to express how thankful I am to him and everyone working in IVF1 Naperville. Highly recomend Dr.Morris and his clinic to everyone looking for real professional help and attitude!
Dr. Morris is by far the best fertility doctor! When I transferred to IVF1 from my previous fertility doctor, he read all my medical records in depth. Never once did I feel stressed or unsure of what was happening. The entire staff there is so nice and make you feel so comfortable. It was so easy to schedule appointments, get medications, or ask a nurse a question. My calls were always returned within 20 minutes. I highly recommend IVF1! Dr. Morris made it possible for us to get pregnant!