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Egg donation
Surrogacy (Gestational Surrogacy)
Desired donor search

Comprehensive egg donor services from matching, coordinating, to completion of embryo transfer
Comprehensive surrogacy services from matching, coordinating to delivery and assistance in obtaining birth certificate and passport.
Desired donor search to advertise and search for desired donor qualifications on behalf of intended parents for anonymous donation cycle.

Caucasian egg donors, Chinese egg donors, Taiwanese egg donors, Vietnamese egg donors, Korean egg donors, Southeast Asian egg donors, South American egg donors, African American egg donors, East Indian egg donors, Hispanic egg donors and more.


We do our best to pre-screen our donors by referring them to family physicians, infertility specialists, and/or psychologists for interview and testing, if applicable, so our donors have been approved by a physician for general fitness before we begin the matching process. Even though not all potential disqualifying events can be discovered at this stage, this step greatly reduces the likelihood that your matched donor would be disqualified during the medical or psychological screening process.

Egg donation involves the deliberate use of eggs provided by a donor for IVF and subsequent transfer of the embryo to a matched and synchronized recipient. Before an egg donor cycle can proceed, the egg donor needs to undergo extensive medical infectious disease screening, psychological screening, genetic testing, and signing of legal contract to protect both parties.
Once embryo transfer is done, the pregnancy is maintained by hormone replacement until the placenta is fully functional, which may take between eight to twelve weeks. After the first trimester, the pregnancy can usually progress without need for exogenous hormone support. After the delivery of the baby, the mothers can often breast feed no different than spontaneous conceptions.

In the United States, most egg donor programs are anonymous. A recipient also has the options of bringing a known donor, who may be a family member or a friend. In these cases, most of the medical screening is still necessary, with a few exemptions, but a legal contract between the recipient (intended parent) and the donor would become even more important, to spell out parental responsibilities and the parties' intent. You will be referred to an attorney who specializes in Third Party Reproduction to discuss any potential legal issues.

Meyers-O'Hara Esq.
Mark Werts Esq.
Center for Children and Family Law
Tisha Harmon Esq.
Ted Youman Esq.
Rob Walmsley Esq.
Jay Hong Esq.
Steve Tsai Esq.
Dr. Gary Bruss Psych D.
Debbie Freeman MFT
American Society for Reproductive Medicine