WHY USE DONOR EGG BANK USA?


start egg treatment 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 on treatment

Save Money.

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.

eliminate worry

Eliminate Worry.

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.

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.

assured refund and financial security

 
 

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PREPPING FOR YOUR DONOR EGG PREGNANCY WITH A HEALTHIER YOU

Regardless of the egg’s origin, you or your gestational carrier’s (GC) uterus will protect and nurture that embryo, and the success of a pregnancy is ultimately dependent on the wellness of the carrier. Here are three (3) tips to equip your body with the best possible uterine environment for this exciting donor egg journey.   READ MORE >

THE ZIKA VIRUS: WHAT TO KNOW

There has been significant media attention lately regarding the Zika virus (Zika), and we expect an increased concern as we move into the summer months, with mosquitoes becoming more prevalent in warmer weather. Much has yet to be discovered regarding Zika and its ability to adhere to an oocyte.  READ MORE >

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