How Much Money Can an Egg Donor Make from Donating Eggs?

Are you interested in donating eggs for money? Egg donation is one of the very few jobs where females make more than males. In fact, other than modeling, I can’t think of any others where women out-earn men. Of course, sperm donors don’t have to stick themselves with needles and give themselves injections for weeks at a time or undergo painful egg harvesting procedures. The last I checked, sperm donors made less than $100 per deposit. Egg donors make considerably more. I think egg harvesting for money is something young, healthy women should consider doing. If you are thinking about donating, you should research how to become an egg donor and and get more details about egg donor compensation, and egg donation success stories.
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How much money can egg donors make?

The pay rate for egg donation depends on several factors:

1. What country are you in? – In the United States, Israel, and the Czech Republic, egg donors are legally allowed to be paid for their services. In other countries, such as New Zealand, egg donation is done for free, without any monetary compensation. This is sometimes called egg sharing.

2. What region are you in? – Within the U.S., there is quite a bit of regional variation in how much egg donors can make. In general, larger cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington DC, Boston and Seattle pay egg donors more than smaller ones like Birmingham and Louisville.

3. Is this your first egg donation cycle? – Since egg donation doesn’t guarantee 100 percent that the recipient will get pregnant, egg donor agencies value “proven results.” Thus, egg donors who have donated before (with the donation resulting in a pregnancy and live birth) tend to earn more with their subsequent donation cycles.

4. Does the egg donor agency abide by the ASRM code of ethics? The ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) sets guidelines for how much egg donors should be paid. In their ethics code, they state that:

“Although there is not consensus on the precise payment that oocyte donors should receive, at this time sums of $5,000 or more require justification and sums above $10,000 go beyond what is appropriate.”

Donating eggs through an ASRM-afilliated egg donor program or IVF clinic essentially means that the egg donor will make between $5,000 and $10,000, regardless of other factors.

5. How “accomplished” are you? – Egg donor agencies place a high value on egg donors’ personal accomplishments. Women without high school diplomas usually won’t be accepted, but those on the other end of the spectrum—women with graduate degrees, those who attend(ed) Ivy League colleges like Harvard and Yale, or those with high-paying professional jobs—can earn high fees for their eggs. Some egg donor agencies even have special “exceptional egg donor programs” where they pay the egg donors more than “regular” donors.

6. Can you refer other egg donors? Egg donors are in such high demand that some agencies, like this one, pay donors to find other egg donors for them.

In the United States, there are few laws regulate egg donation, so egg donors can be treated quite differently at different clinics or programs. If you are thinking about becoming an egg donor, you should research the procedures used in egg donation and egg donor programs thoroughly. Donating eggs for cash can be lucrative, but it’s rarely easy and never without some risks.

For more tips and advice on becoming an egg donor, check out our Beginner’s Guide to Donating Eggs.

67 Responses to How Much Money Can an Egg Donor Make from Donating Eggs?

  1. Anonymous April 15, 2010 at 7:42 pm #

    Prostitution allows women to earn alot more than men, and so does stripping…

    • FlAWlESS September 23, 2010 at 6:28 pm #

      WHT AN iDiOT

    • Weneedbettereducation June 22, 2012 at 5:46 pm #

      And sexism survives into the 21st century. Lovely.

  2. Angela June 28, 2010 at 6:02 am #

    And while stripping and prostitution pay women more neither are a service that bring together the completion of a family. Egg donation is needed. And you are sour…..Angela

  3. Becky July 30, 2010 at 5:22 am #

    I agree with Angela. You are one sour person by saying something like that about egg donation. What are you 12? No wonder why you chose to hide behind a computer screen.

    • Not Faggoty-Assed "Becky" September 21, 2010 at 1:11 am #

      A) This person wasn’t directly equating prostitution or stripping with egg donation, so chill out. B) Is there any way not to “hide behind a computer screen” when you’re leaving a comment on the internet? Quit going out of your way to suck dick. Geez.

    • FlAWlESS September 23, 2010 at 6:29 pm #


      • Adriane February 3, 2011 at 4:23 pm #

        Clearly, Anonymous wasn’t equating egg donation with prostitution. He/she was just pointing out that these are professions where women typically make more than men.

        So chill out.

        Also, Flawless, you should check yourself before you go calling other people idiots. UNDeRSTaND?

        • ChildlessMalorie February 26, 2013 at 9:24 am #

          well technically Prostitution isn’t a profession, its an illegal act……

    • ck January 26, 2012 at 5:22 pm #

      She was simply pointing out professions where men make less than women because the author couldnt thing of more. Don’t be so uptight…

      • jademoon83 April 3, 2012 at 1:13 am #

        saying strippers catch diseases is a very stereotypical remark. just to let you know not all strippers catch diseases only the ones who are prostitutes.

  4. jessica September 28, 2010 at 2:59 am #

    if ya hadn’t noticed anonymous, strippers and prostitution hookers also catch diseases, and put their life at a huge risk for their money. Eggs donors give people a chance to experience children and all their wonders and smiles which brings happiness into any life that strippers and hookers can never truly feel in their ‘ line of duty’. Children are the future of our world which im sorry to say that people like u live in. ‘just sayin’ !!! ………………………….

  5. jamie November 5, 2010 at 6:46 pm #

    that is pure b.s. i didn’t finish school i have a 4 year old n she is smarter then most kids her age n she developed faster then any child i know i want to donate eggs but the system has only catered to the rich and successful and that is wrong why cant sum one like me donate people should thank got that there are people who are willing to donate because they are giving away a piece of there life body and soul to strangers in hopes to give them the fulfillment there lives need all i want to do is make someone as happy as i am with a gift from myself and god who are these people to pass judgement on the uneducated shame on them and shame on you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Adriane February 3, 2011 at 4:26 pm #

      Hopefully, she didn’t inherit your grammar or logic skills.

      • bella February 28, 2011 at 10:14 pm #

        you can’t inherit learned traits, and grammar and logic skills are acquired and or have nothing to do with inheritance.

        • Weneedbettereducation June 22, 2012 at 5:48 pm #

          Humor can’t be inherited either. You’re a great example.

    • amanda August 21, 2011 at 3:24 am #

      SOOO TRUE! thats b.s i want to HELP people who cant have babies, and your gonna judge MY EGGS, because i didnt complete highschool? well i didnt complete high school because i got pregnant with a beautiful baby girl, who is very smart, i was in advance classes, just because someone didnt graduate doesnt mean anything, im highly offended actually.

      • To amanda April 11, 2012 at 6:31 am #

        You’re just mad because you KNOW you wouldn’t have graduated high school.

        Two minutes to run your comment in word. Half a second to hold the shift key, one minute to read over your entire comment to self grammar/spell check. If you fail doing even that, then why do you think you would have passed high school?

    • Alex June 12, 2012 at 4:03 am #

      It has to do with the probability of the intelligence of the child. Shame on no one but you! Get off your ass, get a job, and get off food stamps and maybe you can make more $$ than egg donation would pay anyway.

  6. Malissa November 14, 2010 at 6:35 am #

    Why do these woman with degrees only get accepted to donate their eggs?I’ve met women before who were so smart and even were upgraded to higher classes than their other classmates becase of their high i,q,but never got a chance to get a degree because they had a family young,or did not have the money & time to pursue their education.

    • Lindsey January 3, 2011 at 4:40 am #

      I am an Egg donor and its not because of your degree. I went to a Tech SChool. But I do have Blonde Hair and Blue eyes, so I have a desirable profile. THis will be my 3rd time donating. They really look at if you are healthy and are Normal person. only some agencies look at high degrees as a more gifted donor. So apply and go for it:)

      • Dta March 22, 2011 at 7:54 pm #

        I’m considering donating my eggs. Can you tell me a little bit about your experience. The pros and the cons??

      • Darnesha April 15, 2011 at 6:35 pm #

        What donation place did you go through?

      • ASHLEIGH FIELDS January 9, 2012 at 9:54 pm #

        HOW DO I APPLY

    • Adriane February 3, 2011 at 4:28 pm #

      Because intelligence is hereditary and in our society, whether accurate or not, a college degree is equated with a high level of intelligence. Also, it shows that the donor has other desirable genetic traits, such as commitment, strong reasoning skills, etc.

  7. scir91onYouTube November 25, 2010 at 8:56 pm #

    there is nothing wrong with prostitution and stripping to make an income. it is a service that is being provided to the client. whether a country outlaws it or accepts it by taxing it (like the netherlands) is that country’s choice.

    i liken these services to a pedicure, a taxi ride, an auto repair, a shoe shine, etc. there is a demand for it in the market and people serve that demand. business has no morals or feelings so stop getting pissed off at the person who posted the first message.

    • omega March 11, 2011 at 12:31 am #

      Wow… How could u compare taxi cabs, pedicures, shoe shine, ect… to prostituting, and stripping? Yo that is the lowest dirtiest thing a female could ever do… I don’t care how you put it! For you to say that your standards must be as low as theirs… I’m not knocking anyone for doing it but those people are making excuses, because there is too much for us as women to do with our lives besides that. It’s a dangerous, degrating, and scary thing to do with all these diseases going around freely! A person could not think of themselves that much. Now back to egg donors, I have a GED, but I’m still going to try to be a donor, because I have 7 children, which I have all of them, who are respectful, loving, intelligent, and gifted… I did my part, I just want to give another person a chance to get the blessings I did, and have the love I give and recieve;-) Go for it girls…. you have nothing to lose!!

  8. Wren January 10, 2011 at 7:02 am #

    What about the women who want to donate and earn this money so that they can further their education to get that degree. I think this is a wonderful thing that benifates both parties. Why do medical care turn down those who are perfectly healthy…because they don’t have a 401K, or a degree in child psyc? This should be changed. Its because they are afraid that the egg will be stupid. Which is complete bs. Must agree with you Malissa. Total bs.

    • Sandy March 7, 2012 at 4:04 pm #

      I have a family as well, it is very difficult, but you can still complete school. I am 25, with a 2 year old daughter, and was married when I went back to school. It has been a struggle, but I have two semesters left before I will have a degree from a liberal arts college (Private Woman’s school)

      I have been selected to donate my eggs, which will help me finish the last two semesters I have. They will generally select you if you are enrolled full time in a four year university. (And have desirable qualities) For me it is multi racial.

  9. Lindsey February 5, 2011 at 8:46 pm #

    Like I said, I am with one of the best International Agencies in San Francisco where they pay $7,000 and $7,500. The Majority of donors are students, or just got done with school. Either way that does not make the “ENTIRE” profile. They truly look at what you look like!!!!! If you are in a normal weight range, healthy, healthy family history and If you look like “Every other person” or Have physical traits that are not average. 4 of my friends that are pretty and that are students BUT have brown eyes, brown hair did not get chosen because they told them they have too many people that look like them in their system already, but If you have Blue eyes/Brown hair or Blue eyes/Blond Hair etc; you are more likely to get chosen because it is a more rare thing to have these days. So quit getting upset that you can’t donate because your not educated! They only require a high school diploma! That is common sense!!!! look at

  10. Upset101 February 23, 2011 at 10:13 am #

    Okay so you’re saying that you have to a skinny tooth pick to be chosen to donate your eggs? I have auburn red hair with hazel eyes, are you telling me that there are more people out there that have auburn red hair with hazel eyes? Because if there are, I’d like to meet them. And the average person is not always skinny. Most Americans are big boned unless you have an eating disorder. To be told that I don’t qualify because I’m not like an “average” person shouldn’t mean crap about donating my eggs. I stand 5’8″ and I’m not skinny, I’m tall for a female but I’m not skinny. So you tell me what your idea of a perfect person who qualifies to be in this stupid category of eligibility to donate embryos.

    • Megs May 15, 2011 at 9:51 pm #

      During the screening process, BMI (Body Mass Index) is calculated to determine whether or not you are considered “healthy” according to weight and height. The BMI ranges are pretty generous, and accurate. You don’t have to be Anorexic, but if your body is all fat without muscle tone, slender or overweight, general population considers too much cushion, unhealthy, lazy and poor hygiene practice.

    • kir September 2, 2011 at 3:47 pm #

      Ok, the idea of a perfect person is what people are willing to pay for. It can piss everyone off but when people know they are “buying” their children they picture baby taylor swifts or payton mannings. People won’t pay thousands of dollars for a baby that looks like a fat ron howard. Then the labs have wasted time and money and the system would fail. It’s not a bad thing it’s just life. Consumerism and Dawin’s theory of the fittest survive. If you have certain traits you can expect your children to have a better life because they are stronger, healthier, and better looking.

  11. Lindsey February 26, 2011 at 7:10 am #

    Upset101, This is in reply to you! Number 1, I weight 175lbs and Im 5’8, but Im athletic! So don’t say that you have to be super skinny to do this! A healthy weight range for your HEIGHT! I have a few friends that are naturally red head and Hazel eyes, and it’s less common 🙂 The majority of Americans are not “big Boned” there is no such thing. 60 percent of Americans are overweight, and that is of course a fact, I know I am chunky 🙂 So just because your not chunky does not mean you have a eating disorder, so you need to not be so defensive in your statement! Nobody is attacking you! A HUGE part of getting in a donor database is your health and health history! Normal periods, Cysts, Family health history, etc; It all depends! AND you need to know you are NOT DONATING EMBRYOS! EMBRYOS ARE THE EGG AND SPERM TOGETHER!!!! lol….That would be the final stage of IVF and implantation into the womans Uterus. So the correct term would be eggs, or Ovum 🙂 Also, nobody said you didn’t qualify because you were not like the “average” person. I stated that if you ARE more like and average person you are less likely to be chosen. So if you are Tall, and a red head and a great health history with you and your family, THEN FILL OUT THE APPLICATION AND SEE IF YOU GET CHOSEN 🙂 Go to the website I told you about! That is the Fertility Center I go through in San Francisco. Remember, these Recipient couples are choosing a donor that has qualities usually like them mom, so they like to have a wide selection of characteristics in their Database! Plus they are paying around $30,000 to do this, of course they want someone that has graduated high school or MORE, and has good features! Wouldn’t you?! Please quit saying your not skinny blah blah blah, and quit freaking out until you get your facts right and actually apply and if for some reason you don’t get chosen to get into the database ask for a full reason why you were not selected. Most likely it’s because family health history and/or your health history. 🙂 Let me know what happens! Good luck

    • bubbles March 2, 2011 at 12:13 am #

      No such thing as big boned.this is just how the world works,you have to be perfect to get chosen.if your overweight,its common sense you’ll be denied

      • Lindsey March 2, 2011 at 7:11 pm #

        Okay I don’t know how many times I will have to write this! I am overweight! My BMI is 27! and I have a 36 waist, yet I am still an egg donor. You can be overweight/underweight, you just can’t be Obese which starts your BMI at 31 or higher, they told me this because the heavier you are the harder it will be for the hormones to work with your body during your cycle! I AM NOT PERFECT and EITHER are a few of my friends that are Donors! I have NEVER been Skinny! I wish! haha. So Check your BMI Ratio! your weight and height is all you need and check it online! This will tell you where you are at!

      • Megs May 15, 2011 at 9:52 pm #

        No such thing as perfect.

    • YouRwrong August 12, 2011 at 2:37 pm #

      @Lindsey.There is such thing as someone who is “big boned”.You can tell by looking at a persons frame.I am big boned…not to say that I am not also overweight but even at my thinnest weight My ring size has always been a size 10…I am woman who just happen to have a big frame.So please be a little careful about how you phrase your statements.It is not a fact ….PEOPLE REALLY ARE BIG BONED. tHANKS

    • Anya October 9, 2012 at 6:43 pm #

      Actually Lindsey, there is such a thing as “big boned.” My ribcage and hips are twice the size of the average woman’s and because of that I look to be about 200 lbs. However I, like you only weigh in the 170 lb. range. Upset101 does have a point though, the demand for egg donation (and sperm donation even) lies within said donor’s looks but since everyone has a different opinion on looks there are a wide range of possibilities for genetic traits. Now, I have a question, does the application ask for your genealogy as well? For example, I have brown hair and brown eyes but my children have the potential to be blonde, brunette, have red hair or black hair, blue eyes, green eyes or hazel. Do they consider things like that?

  12. omega March 11, 2011 at 12:43 am #

    Like I said… still go for it because they could be looking for the Ivy League graduates, and what have you but the last time I checked, they had problems like alot of us, because their expectations exceed alot of our own, and their so used to fast pace lives, that they sometimes don’t have time for children that’s why nannies raise alot of their babies… I mean you tell me the deal with their choice to have only people with degrees…. They have bills like all of us and defenitly pressure!! I mean… Just saying!

  13. Roxy March 14, 2011 at 7:03 am #

    I am a dancer (stripper for the ignorant ladies out there) and I assure you it is nothin like prostitution. I have a college degree from northeastern university and make more money dancing than I would at an “acceptable” job. And to say that dancers get diseases is a very ignorant statement. We dance, not have sex, there is a huge difference. I am in the process of donating eggs because it’s a person’s genetics that matter in this instance, and not their occupation. Grow up ladies.

  14. the ignorance March 22, 2011 at 5:12 am #

    The ignorance on this page is astounding, how can all of you sit here and bicker back and forth about strippers, hookers, over weight people, skinny people? Okay there’s absolutely nothing wrong with being a bigger person, at all, and if your skinny it does not mean you have a “eating disorder”, and if you strip, or dance, so what? There making a living and making money that’s not a crime, prostitution ok I admit isn’t smart its very ignorant and can cause diseases and in most cases death, but this is the internet people why come on here and argue about this nonsense? Can you not discuss like adults? Apparently not.

    Stating my opinion.

  15. Desiree March 29, 2011 at 12:00 am #

    If the ASRM ethics code says “sums of $5,000 or more require justification”, that implies affiliated clinics will pay less than $5,000 — and only more if they have an outstanding reason.
    I believe you misinterpreted their guidelines by saying that ASRM-affiliated clinics are going to consistently be within the range of 5,000-10,000.

  16. Lindsey March 29, 2011 at 6:56 pm #

    There is no other “Justification” Needed to Pay more than $5,000 per cycle. It depends on how big the Fertility Center is and the Region etc; Nobody said anything about a ASRM-affiliated clinics. So what are you talking about. I just finished my last cycle last week. I got $7,000 the first time and $7500 for the 3 cycles after that. That is the Normal sum through that Fertility Center. LOOK IT UP! I live up in Washington now and up here most clinics pay between 4500-5500. They are smaller and have a smaller database of patients etc; Now At Stanford University in the Bay area they also pay $7k and Roseville, CA out of Sacramento they Pay $6,000. You all need to do you research and call a fertility center/Egg Donor Agency or talk to a Donor before you run your assumptions out the door. It’s all about your health History. Common Sense, You all obviously don’t understand the Medical Field very well. Different things make your egg count low. Do your research Ladies!

  17. Sarah April 3, 2011 at 2:51 am #

    I for one am going to research this subject. I would love to donate my eggs to help other people make a family. Unfortunately, I just had baby #5 for myself and my husband and had a tubal ligation. I have to lose my pregnancy pudge first. I figure that if I had a tubal ligation to keep from getting pregnant again, someone else could be getting a bit more use out of my eggs.

  18. Poindexter April 6, 2011 at 8:04 pm #

    Settle down, kids lol. How about somebody share something related to the question, like what they pay for donations in your area.

  19. santana April 13, 2011 at 10:49 pm #

    If helping those who can’t have children is wrong…then I’m in the wrong. I support it all the way!!

    • Left Field May 15, 2011 at 10:06 pm #

      What is this statement related to? I do not care about any of the off the subject discussions posted, my concern is payment for egg donation. I’m open minded, accepting, and what people do with their lives isn’t anyone’s place to judge, or anyone’s business, for that matter. I personally could care less, some of you have too much free time on your hands! Common sense, don’t you think if an egg donor’s profession was risky and mostly unaccepted, don’t you think they would suddenly have a new profession during the screening process? Think about it people, and in the future could discussions and topics be a little more on the intelligent side?

  20. taylor June 26, 2011 at 12:36 pm #

    does anyone know how much they pay in alabama?

  21. sarah June 26, 2011 at 11:54 pm #

    the good thing about socialised healthcare is that this oopportunity isn’t granted to only those who can pay through the nose for it, and donors aren’t in it for the cash. i am not saying this is why all people donate of course, but this type of healthcare system attracts the greedy. doctors, donors, people who think their dollars give them more right to good health than someone who can’t afford it. extremely unfair indeed.

  22. hey July 2, 2011 at 9:10 am #

    Can I donate if I just had a baby two months ago and I am still attending high school?

    • djh July 30, 2012 at 6:14 pm #

      No you cant

  23. Jeanne August 4, 2011 at 1:59 am #

    To those who have donated in California. How much do they pay in Los Angeles?

  24. kasey August 19, 2011 at 2:49 am #

    It says in the article you have to be 21, so I doubt you are old enough if you are in high school.

  25. Mathsara August 29, 2011 at 3:45 pm #

    Can I be a egg donor and have herpes in the state of Washington? It is not hereditary and I only have breakouts once every two year.

  26. Mahalie September 14, 2011 at 6:43 am #

    Can you donate in ks

  27. Dani September 29, 2011 at 12:47 am #

    to hey- you have to be 18 or older, but many programs require you be 21-22 and over

    I just donated, and am in the process of starting my second. I’ve love the agency I worked with. They paid $5,000 for the first time. This time I’m to receive $6,500. Apparently there’s some room for negotiation now that I’m a repeat donor, but I just went with this offer. Last time I only took hormones for 9 days and was ready to donate, they got 36 (!) eggs from me, and the recipient is prego 🙂 I was surprised at how fast and easy the process was, which is why I’m doing it again. I think it’s a great thing to be a part of. I also had zero medical issues before or after, but this doesn’t happen for everyone.

    I’m in college, no degree yet.

    • Angela T June 27, 2012 at 9:22 pm #

      Im really interested in our article. what agency did you go with??

    • Dani August 6, 2012 at 3:41 am #

      Update: I’m starting my third donation! You guys can email me if you’d like to ask questions about the process, I’ve noticed people don’t respond very often on here 🙂

    • Dani August 6, 2012 at 3:43 am #

      Update: I’m starting my third donation! You guys can email me if you’d like to ask questions about the process, I’ve noticed people don’t respond very often on here 🙂

  28. Emma21 September 29, 2011 at 3:06 pm #

    Okay while everyone is getting upset about the requirements, which I am an overweight person and it does not bother me because put yourself in the other persons position. If you were going to have a child through a stranger then you want to know about them. I am sure that the over weight part comes into play with fertility treatment you have to go through so if you really want to do it (like I do) eat healthy for a little while and loose a little weight then you could probably do it. But if you were going to pay around 30,000 dollars would you want a child that was going to come out with problems? Take this into consideration I have a family history of Diabetes (type 1) my father passed away from complactions due to the disease and so if I were to donate my eggs then the child were to grow up become over weight and end up having diabetes then it would be so sad to have to watch your child go through something as that my grandmother out lived my father…not really what a parent want’s and when you are going threw something like this wouldn’t you want to make sure that your child had the best success rate possible?? I mean I am sure all women (or parents) would love to make a list of everything they wanted for a child then could give them a better probability of a better life. It is not set in stone that a child will come out perfect based of these qualities but it is a better chance. I mean take my mother and I, she was very skinny even after she had me she only started gaining wait due to a hysterectomy and depression I on the other hand was always a little overweight so there is never 100% but it is better to have more positive things on your side then negative I wouldn’t want to have a little girl grownup being picked on for most of her childhood…I also have most of my dads personality which means I am bi-polar my mom isn’t she is an easy going person so it all is chance but you can’t win without trying and if I am paying 30,000$ I would much rather have sperm or eggs from someone who has gone to or is in a IV league college then a bum off the street or a plumber I don’t find anything wrong with plumbers everyone has to make a living but if I am investing in someone I am going to choose the person with an IV league education and if anyone says other then your lying to make yourself look like a “better person” when the truth is if it was you making the choice you would do the same thing…

  29. risa October 15, 2011 at 2:39 am #

    how old must you be to endure this process? And you all must know that you can not transfer your knowledge to your children, it is mostly the way you raise them. Therefore, paying more for a egg because it comes from a preson that goes to an ivy league school is a very stupid notion.

  30. Madeleine May 13, 2012 at 7:19 pm #

    Hi! Im 32 and have 2 healthy kids. Im fr.o.m. Sweden and i wants to be an egg donator in another country. Can someone tell me how it works? Where do i start/contact? Im typicall blonde, blue eyes & light skin.

  31. Queen May 27, 2012 at 6:23 am #

    Does anyone know how much they pay in ne? And how would taxes work with the money recieved? Is it just an income?

  32. hansi prakash June 29, 2012 at 8:59 am #

    I have a family as well, it is very difficult, but you can still complete school. I am 25, with a 3 year old daughter, and was married when I went back to school. It has been a struggle, but I have two semesters left before I will have a degree from a liberal arts college (Private Woman’s school)but i need money for my family

    I have been selected to donate my eggs, which will help me finish the last two semesters I have. They will generally select you if you are enrolled full time in a four year university. (And have desirable qualities) For me it is multi racial.


  33. Lee Martinez August 1, 2012 at 3:58 pm #

    I would like to point out that the intelligence of a child is directly related to the way the child is raised and has nothing to do with heredity, any child can be taught to be an intelligent and
    productive member of our society and as for prostitution it is a legal profession.

    I would also like to say that I hear a lots of glass breaking and a lot of stones laying on the ground in front of that class.

    Life is about living and sharing and growing and carrying not about judging and denying and fighting and fussing.
    Stop being so judgmental, live your own life, you are the only one that controls you not any one else!!!!!

    Lee Martinez

    Edgewood, MD.

  34. jacalyn clark January 27, 2013 at 7:46 am #

    Typically what is the cut off age for egg donation? I’m 36 and healthy and would love to help couples in need…are there any agencies that you could refer me to-preferably local- because I have a busy nursing schedule. I live in arkansas