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    Become an Egg Donor

    As an egg donor, you help potential parents achieve their goals of starting a family. You also receive financial compensation for donating.


    Many people dream of becoming a parent, but some need a little help to make that dream come true. Egg donors help potential parents achieve their dream. For each donation, egg donors are compensated between $5,000 and $5,500 per donation.  

    Click here for our egg donor application  

    Why become an egg donor? 

    • You make a difference in other people’s lives. 
    • You receive $5,000 in compensation per donation as an Non-ID Release donor or $5,500 per donation as a ID Release donor. 
    • You receive a free genetic screening 
    • You receive complimentary infectious disease testing and a comprehensive health physical. 

    Why choose Cryos? 

    Cryos has 30 years of professional experience with gamete donation and we are proud to be the U.S.’s first independent, free standing frozen egg bank. We value safety and honesty and we want to ensure that our egg donors feel secure throughout the process. It is important to us that all our donors feel inspired and motivated by their choice to become an egg donor.  

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    Who can become an egg donor? 

    To become a Cryos egg donor you must be between the ages of 18 and 30 and in good physical and mental health. We seek women from all ethnic backgrounds and pride ourselves in the diversity of egg donors we have. Additional requirements needed to become an egg donor include: 

    • You have a BMI of 19-27 (BMI Calculator)
    • You have regular, monthly menstrual periods. 
    • You have both ovaries. 
    • You are not using injected or implanted birth control. 
    • You are willing to take daily injections for a duration of approximately 7-14 days. 
    • You are willing to take oral birth control pills. 
    • You live within a one-hour drive of our Orlando facility.  
    • You can attend all appointments during the donation process.  
    • You are a college educated professional, a student pursuing a degree/certificate beyond high school, or in a successful, long term professional career.  

    If you would like to become an ID Release egg donor, this would be viewed as a plus since there is a high demand for egg donated by ID Release egg donors. We also accept Non-ID Release egg donors. The decision to become either an Non-ID Release or ID Release is of course, entirely up to you. 

    Click here to learn more about the options you have as an egg donor and visit our FAQ page for any questions.