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Egg Donation - Frequently Asked Questions

1. How Do I Find An Egg Donor?

There are two types of egg donors: Donors that are recruited and psychologically screened by an egg donor agency separate from our clinic; or A known donor is someone you know who is willing to donate egg(s) for you (i.e. a family member or friend). All donors must:

2. Is There A Fee For An Egg Donor?

Payment to donors recruited by an outside agency is coordinated with the recipient and the recruiting agency. Reimbursement for a known donor is left up to the recipient. *If you have infertility benefits under your plan, you may want to verify with your insurance if donors are covered.

3. How Do I Enter The Donor Oocyte Program?

Call the office (650) 498-7911, Option 3 to schedule a new patient appointment. If you are already an established patient, you will still need to call and schedule an appointment for a consultation with the doctor to discuss you donor egg cycle.

4. Still Have Questions?

Please feel free to call us at (650) 498-7911, Option 3.

For insurance/financial inquiries, please feel free to call 650-498-7911, Option 5 to speak to one of our Insurance Coordinators.

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