Why Use Donor Egg Bank USA?


Start Now

Start Now

The egg donors on the database have eggs frozen for your immediate use so you can cycle sooner without the months of delay that come with traditional donor IVF treatment.

Save Money

Save Money

Frozen donor eggs give you confidence that your cycle plans will not be disrupted due to an egg donor who fails screening, has a low ovarian response, or has an unexpected life event.

Eliminate Worry

Eliminate Worry

Increase your chances of having a baby with our convenient and affordable financial plans that are designed to be less expensive than the more traditional donor egg IVF treatment.

Maximize Success

Maximize Success

Our success rates are comparable to traditional donor IVF cycles and with our 100% Assured Refund Plan™, gain peace of mind that you will bring home a baby or receive you money back.

100% Assured Refund & Financial Security

Rest Assured

It can take several tries to conceive but you can take comfort in our 100% money-back guarantee if you do not deliver a baby.

Deliver a Baby

The 100% Assured Refund Plan™ includes up to six (6) egg donation cycles and provides a 100% refund if you do not deliver a baby.

Withdraw at Any Time

There is no obligation to complete all six (6) egg donation cycles and you have the freedom to remove yourself from the plan at any time.

It's as simple as 1-2-3

Don't wait another day to complete your family.

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Donor Egg Bank USA has multiple
plan options to help build your family.

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View our database of diverse donors
to find your perfect match.

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We take care of shipping logistics
so you don't have to.

On Our Blog

Egg Donation: Should You Choose Fresh or Frozen? (with Infographics)

Read our guide intended for parents-to-be through the differences between fresh and frozen egg donation processes, including step by step instructions, as well as all the costs and legal considerations. > Read More

A Brief Guide to Egg Donation: What to Know (for Donors and Recipients)

Egg donation is defined as the process where a woman’s ovaries are stimulated to produce multiple mature eggs, which are then harvested and donated, usually for the purpose of assisted or third-party reproduction. Eggs may be frozen for later use or fertilized in vitro (in a laboratory). > Read More

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