You may have seen that Cryos sperm donors have the option to have both basic and extended donor profiles, however egg donors are required to have extended donor profiles only. This only affects the amount of information you provide, not whether you will be contacted by a potential future child or not – that is decided by choosing to be a Non-ID Release or Non-ID Release egg donor.
Individuals and couples who need to use an egg donor rely on your information to make a very personal choice. Read below to find out what kind of information is required in an Extended Profile.
Egg donors are registered with additional details that include:
- Background information such as hobbies and childhood
- Physical characteristics
- Health and family history
- Handwritten message to the family
- A voice sample reading out the handwritten message
- Emotional intelligence test (EQ)
- Child photograph if you are a Non-ID Release donor, child and adult photographs if you are a Non-ID Release donor
You will complete a form with this information after you have been approved as an egg donor. Please include the photos and handwritten greeting with your form. Your child photos should be from between the ages of nine to twelve months up to not older than nine years old.
You will not be asked to reveal any personally identifying information for your Extended profile. Your final Extended Profile will not contain any identifying information about you.
Want to know more?
We know that the decision requires a lot from you and we are here to help guide you in process. If you want to know more before making your decision learn about egg donor requirements by following the link. You can also find information on how much you make as an egg donor, by following this link.
Cryos is here for you
At Cryos, we want to support and help you on your journey to become a donor. Please contact us if you have questions or need further information about becoming a Cryos egg donor.