Become An Egg Donor
As egg donor (oocyt donor), you help to realise the dream of a child for couples where the woman due to an illness (eg. cancer, inherited diseases), premature menopause or Turner´s syndrome does not have the ability to become pregnant with her own eggs.
As an egg donor you can donate in several ways
- Non ID release donor (anonymous donor) - where you and the recipient do not know each other and the identity of a non ID release donor will never be revealed to the recipient. Neither will you as a donor know who recieved your eggs.
- ID release donor (open donor) - where you and the recipient do not know each other now, but where the child can later be informed who you are and get the opportunity to contact you, when the child turns 18 years of age or later.
- Known donor - where you donate to someone you know. It can be a friend or a family member (but not a mother or daughter).
When you start as an egg donor, you do treatment as with IVF (Scheme 4).
Who can be a donor?
To be a donor you must be under 35 years old, completely healthy and have no hereditary diseases. You will need a gynaecological examination and a few blood tests. According to the Danish law an egg donor may donate eggs up to a maximum of 6 times.
Financial compensation for egg donation
The law prescribes that you can receive financial compensation of up to DKK 7000 for an egg donation. If you donate to someone you know, it is considered a friend service and is not honoured by the clinic.
Want to know more?
If you want to know more about becoming an egg donor please contact our eggdonation team via telephone: +45 4445 5150 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org