Nurture UKEgg Donation Agency
Why be an Egg Donor?
By becoming an egg donor, you are doing one of the most important, selfless things humanly possible.
You are helping other people have the child they have longed for.
Why do families need eggs?
There are many reasons, sometimes the recipient mother doesn’t have eggs or her own, sometimes there are genetic diseases that the mother doesn’t want to pass on to her children, sometimes the mother has had cancer and chemo has damaged her eggs.
Whatever the reason, many of the families who come to Nurture UK for help have had a terrifying, exhausting and emotional journey to get here. They see the Nurture UK donors for who they really are selfless, brave & incredibly kind people who are willing to offer hope to a stranger.
A few words from our awe-inspiring donors.
Gabby is incredibly responsive to any questions or concerns and are willing to help out with any issues. I felt I had a solid support throughout the entire process.
The journey was smooth and simple. For this nature of procedure, the team (Gabby) was very kind, helpful and sensitive. The procedure was a new one to me and I appreciated the time to explain all processes and appointments in great detail. Gabby is the sole reason I was able to continue this journey. At times I became scared and worried, as I assume is normal, and her kindness and understanding about the entire process helped me understand that it is completely normal to experience such emotions. I felt that her support deserves commending and acknowledging.
How does Egg Donation work?
The first step to becoming a Nurture UK egg donor is to complete an initial online application.
You can do this by clicking here:
Become an Egg Donor
If you do meet the initial criteria you go on to complete a more detailed application. The application asks for information on your family health history, interests, education, toddler photographs, employment, and fertility information. We protect your identity throughout the process.
Once we have all your information, a Nurture UK team member will contact you for a
1 – on 1 Information Session
Nurture UK conducts information sessions with all of our donors before we accept them on to our program.
The purpose of the session is to ensure that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision to become one of our committed fabulous egg donors.
Once you are selected to donate, the Nurture UK team will support and guide you every step of the way.
For a comprehensive guide on the egg donation process click here.
Egg Donor Compensation
We know that our egg donors want to donate their eggs because they care about their fellow humans because they want to help out because they might know someone who struggled to have a child and they have seen the heartache it causes.
They want to pay it forward and we love them for that.
To compensate you for your time, travel and commitment, you will receive £750 within 7 days of your retrieval.
Quick Donor Checklist
Now that you have more information about donating your eggs, we’d suggest you do a quick check to see if you qualify to become an egg donor.
Want to know what it’s like being an egg donor?
“From that first email saying ‘You have been chosen as a donor’, to the last nervous moments in theatre when the doctor said ‘You’re going to feel a little light-headed, but you won’t remember a thing’, my journey with Nurture UK has been nothing short of fabulous.
The whole process seemed to fly by so quickly. Once the paperwork was sorted out and the initial appointments with the doctors were done, there was no looking back – I was on my way to changing someone’s life forever.
The injections initially seemed so daunting, but after the first one, I knew I would be just fine. The next two weeks of doctors’ appointments, healthy eating (a little insanity on my part in trying to produce the perfect egg), and injections went well.
On that Monday morning, after getting stuck in traffic and getting lost a bit because of nerves, I got to the hospital to the friendly staff who reassured me that everything was fine and I began to relax. I wish I could have watched the actual retrieval, that’s how excited I was about doing this, but the doctor knows best…so sedation it was. After an hour (I’m guessing), I woke up to a little pain and discomfort, but it was done. After a few days of bed rest and light activity, my journey as a donor had ended.
I hope the family who received my eggs got their happy ending!”
Let’s Answer Your Questions!
Becoming an egg donor requires tenacity and determination and we know that the women who sign up with us also want to know everything about the process, which is why we have put together a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions.
If you have any other questions please get in touch with us, we really enjoy talking to future potential donors.
You are our heroines after all!
Why Choose Nurture UK?
Egg donation and matching is a highly scientific and specialised process that requires no small amount of knowledge and expertise. Nurture UK has thousands of matches worth of experience in egg donation which means we are very particular about how our donors are treated, both medically and from a bedside manner perspective. At Nurture UK, we are very protective of our donors, to the point that we only work with the very best fertility doctors and clinics and ensure that every donor is cared for as if she were our own family.
Real Donor Experiences
If you’d like a more personal peek into what egg donation is like, then click here for more stories from previous Nurture UK egg donors.