Earn up to $4500.00 for each completed egg donation cycle at NCCRM.
The North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine (NCCRM) is seeking Asian egg donors. For women who qualify and live outside of the Raleigh/Durham area of North Carolina, NCCRM will pay for your transportation and accommodations to our medical facility in Cary, NC. To learn more about traveling to NCCRM, watch this video.
Why couples need donor eggs?
Many women are unable to become pregnant with their own eggs. This can be caused by advanced maternal age, premature ovarian failure or the presence of a genetic condition. However, using special technique of In Vitro Fertilization, they may be able to become pregnant with donated eggs from another women (Egg Donor).
NCCRM specializes in offering unique matching services for prospective Asian parents (Egg Recipients) to select their preferred Asian Egg Donors and fulfill their dream of having children and a family. Becoming a donor is a very serious decision, the process involves extensive time and effort for the entire donation process. This introduction will help you to understand the process before your decision of being an Egg Donor. Donors who complete a successful cycle at NCCRM will be compensated up to $4500 using a scale
We are seeking women of any Asian descent who are interested in becoming an egg donor. Please see the following criteria:
- be between 19 and 32 years of age to participate
- be normal weight and height (see Body Mass Index (BMI) chart below)
- have health insurance coverage
- attend a donor education class
- be willing to undergo a physical and have blood work done for various tests
- be willing to take subcutaneous shots on a daily basis for several weeks
- be willing to come to our North Carolina offices in Cary or Greensboro or an affiliated fertility center in the United States multiple times for blood work and ultrasounds during a three week period
- be willing to travel to Cary, NC for two days during a cycle
- be willing to undergo minor surgery to retrieve your eggs
Please fill out NCCRM’s initial Egg Donor Application here.
Body Mass Index (BMI) Chart
The use of anonymously donated sperm for initiation of pregnancy has been common practice in the United States for many years. More recently, the advent of in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer has allowed development of programs for the use of donated oocytes (eggs). At the North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine (NCCRM), both anonymous and known donors are used. The evaluation and treatment process is identical for both. Donors who complete a successful cycle at NCCRM will be compensated up to $4500 using a scale.
Anonymous donors must be between 19 and 32 years of age.
For Potential Egg Donors:
Step 1: Please fill out the on-line Egg Donor Application. Click here.
Step 2: Once you submit the on-line Egg Donor Application, you will receive an email or phone call to let you know if you qualify to move on to the next step which requires you to attend a Donor Egg Education Class.
Step 3: Once you have been requested to attend a Donor Egg Education Class, please download, print, fill out and send in the egg-donor-application0808 and the FDA Questionnaire to:
NCCRM Donor Program
400 Ashville Ave. Suite 200A
Cary, North Carolina 27518
***This application must be sent in to NCCRM at least 48 hours before your education class.
(If you do not have access to a printer, please call 800-933-7202 and ask to have the forms sent to you.)