MAKE A LASTING IMPACT

Arizona Reproductive Institute’s egg donation program is uniquely focused on matching recipient patients with donated eggs to create a successful pregnancy. Our dedicated and experienced staff is devoted to ensuring the generous spirit in which an egg donor gives of herself is always met with warmth, support and kindness.

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By becoming an egg donor, you may be able to earn more than $5,000 per egg donation while helping couples achieve their dreams of having a family!   In addition, after 2 to 3 cycles of donation, you’ll have the opportunity to freeze your eggs for your own future use.  The first step in the process is to complete the pre-screen questionnaire. We will review your application and let you know promptly if you’re qualified to move forward.

WHY WORK WITH US?

Change Lives

As an egg donor, you have the chance to give a truly incredible gift to recipients — donors describe the feeling as joyful & empowering.

Highest Compensation

We’re proud to support our egg donors with the highest reimbursement in Tucson at $5,000 per cycle, helping to support your goals and dreams for the future.

We're Local

We’ve invested our lives in the Tucson community and will be here to hold your hand through the whole process from beginning to end.

Board-Certified Physicians

Our doctors are specially trained in Reproductive Endocrinology, ensuring that your eggs will be well taken care of.

FERTILITY EXPERTS

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Dr. Connell is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American Society of Reproductive Medicine and the Society of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility.

Matthew Connell, D.O.

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Dr. Mansfield is board-certified in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. As the Medical Director at ARI, she considers patient care a team effort involving advanced technology and expert care. She’s committed to providing compassionate care, personalized for every patient.  

Christine Mansfield, M.D.

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Dr. Jun Liu has over twenty years of experience in human clinical embryology and research in reproductive medicine. He believes that delicate handling, minimal manipulation, customized treatments and stringent QC/QA practices maximize our clinical pregnancy rates.

Dr. Jun Liu

“It’s hard to put into words the immense pride and joy I felt after being able to donate my eggs. I wouldn’t call it an easy process, but ARI was there to help me navigate the journey.”

WHO CAN DONATE?

  • Women between the ages of 21 and 30
  • No significant medical history, including hereditary genetic diseases
  • A healthy BMI less than 28. Not sure? Click here to calculate
  • Non-smoker and abstaining from illegal drug use

HOW DOES EGG DONATION WORK?

IF I QUALIFY TO BECOME AN EGG DONOR, WHAT’S NEXT?

Once the screening process is complete and you are eligible to participate in the egg donor program, you will meet with a fertility nurse for an in-depth review of the egg donation process. At this appointment, you will learn more about the injection technique and egg retrieval procedure.

You will be asked to sign an informed consent form asking you to relinquish all rights to the eggs at the time they are retrieved. Donors will not be told whether the person who received their eggs achieved a pregnancy. Upon completion of the egg donation cycle, you will be financially compensated, not as a payment for the eggs, but to cover time away from employment, travel, etc.

WHAT IS THE PROCESS LIKE? 


To start the process, you’ll receive daily injectable fertility medications for approximately 10 days to stimulate your ovaries to grow multiple eggs. The egg growth is tracked every 2-3 days with ultrasound and bloodwork. When the eggs are ready, they are harvested with an ultrasound-guided procedure in the office that is done while you receive IV sedation. The procedure lasts approximately 15-20 minutes and you go home shortly after, although you will need someone to drive that day. The entire process- from starting medication until completion takes approximately two weeks and includes up to eight office visits.

 

WHAT SCREENING TESTS ARE PERFORMED?

  • Blood and drug screening: Egg donors are tested for hereditary genetic diseases, ovarian age, illicit drug use and infectious diseases, such as HIV.
  • Physical consultation: Egg donors will meet with a physician for an interview, physical exam and explanation of procedures, including any possible side effects and risks.
  • Mental health consultation: Egg donors will meet with a psychologist to provide an opportunity to discuss all aspects of egg donation.

 

CAN I FREEZE MY OWN EGGS?

 

Yes! After 2-3 cycles of donation you’ll have the opportunity to freeze your eggs for your own future use. When you’re ready to use your frozen eggs, your partner or donor’s sperm is injected directly into the egg. The fertilized eggs will grow in culture until the embryos are ready to be transferred into to your uterus to achieve pregnancy, typically 3-5 days after fertilization.

 

 

ABOUT US

At ARI, patient-centered care allows us to accommodate your values, preferences & medical needs to design a truly individualized egg donation care plan.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to provide you with the most modern fertility medical care in Arizona within a warm and caring environment.

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