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 matching the best donor/donated eggs to each individual patient.
The embryology laboratory at the Arizona Egg Donation Program specializes in the fertilization of previously cryopreserved eggs or concurrent fresh eggs. The choice of whether to use fresh or cryopreserved eggs is an individual patient decision. The Arizona Egg Donation Program provides state-of-the-art options for both choices.
By becoming an egg donor, you can earn $5,000 while helping couples achieve their dreams of having a family!
The first step in the process is to complete the questionnaire below. We will review your responses once completed and will reach out to you if you meet the criteria we are looking for.
If you have any questions about egg donation, please contact us at 520-222-8400.
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Who can become an egg donor?
An egg donor is usually between the ages of 21 and 30, and meets the following criteria:
- No significant medical history including hereditary genetic diseases.
- A body mass index (BMI) less than 28. Not sure about your BMI, please click on this link to calculate.