The egg donor application process is done online.  The online application process is a little lengthy but don’t let this put you off – you do not need to complete it in one go.  You can save your application form as you go along and return to the application form later to continue.

**Apply to be an egg donor by clicking on this link: Application Form **

We have a lot of information on this website about the process of egg donation.  We encourage you to read the FAQs page, as well as the explanation of how the egg donation process works.  Most importantly, please scroll to the bottom of this page for a detailed explanation of the practical implications of donating your eggs – the where, when and how.  You are welcome to email us with any other questions you might have: info@nurturedonors.com

 

**IMPORTANT NOTE:  To all our gorgeous potential donors – Once you have completed your online application form, please check your junk/spam mail regularly as our emails often (and sadly) end up in there.  Nurture will alert you and provide you with further information once your application has been approved by means of an email.  We do not want you to miss this wonderful opportunity that you have signed up for, so please do keep an eye out for our email. If you are concerned that you have not heard back from us within 3 working days of submitting your completed application, you can email us – info@nurturedonors.com

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What to expect:

The initial clinic appointments should take about two hours – you will get to meet both the Doctor and the Counsellor.

Doctor:  The Doctor will explain the donation process to you in detail and will also perform an internal scan and your blood will be tested for Aids/hepatitis and any sexually transmitted diseases.

Counsellor: The appointment with the Counsellor is for you to discuss any concerns you might have about egg donation and for the Counsellor to ensure that you fully understand some of the social, ethical, emotional and legal implications of donating your eggs within your cultural/social context and UK laws.

Please note that the meeting with the Counsellors is not a counselling session, but rather an implications discussion about egg donation. (We have ensured that you will have both appointments on one day so as to prevent you having to travel in twice to see both the Doctor and Counsellor).

 

**You will need to be able to attend at least 6 appointments at the clinic. These include your initial appointment, appointment to collect your medication, 4 appointments for your scans (these are about 30 minutes long) which monitor the egg growth and a final one for the day of your retrieval (this is the only day that you will need to take the whole day off – for the retrieval and recovery thereafter so we suggest, if possible, that a family member or friend fetch you from the clinic).

I have mentioned the amount of appointments so that you can make the decision based on your availability to attend these appointments. As mentioned it is 6, but there might be more or less– it all depends on how you react to the medication and the growth of the eggs.

 

If this sounds like something you would love to do, please click on the link below and complete the online application form.   We look forward to having you on board with us!!!!

**Apply to be an egg donor by clicking on this link: Application Form **

 If you have any questions or if you need assistance in completing the form, please email us at info@nurturedonors.com