Whether you want to help others or grow your own family, egg donation can provide many benefits.
At Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine in Omaha, NE, we connect qualified donors with loving families.
Our practice can make donation simple and incredibly rewarding.
Benefits of Becoming an Egg Donor
Receive Constant SupportWhen you become an egg donor through Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine, you become a part of our family. Our doctors and nurses will guide you through the egg donation process and provide attentive support throughout the entire journey.
Earn CompensationWhen you become a donor, our fertility center will compensate you for your contribution. Our donors are usually paid between $7,000 and $9,000 per successful cycle, depending on the number of times they have donated in the past.
Give the Ultimate GiftInfertility is devastatingly common. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, about 12 percent of couples in the country have trouble becoming pregnant. Young women who choose to donate their eggs are very special individuals who give hopeful parents the ultimate gift—the opportunity to experience parenthood and share their lives with a child of their own.
Apply to Become an Egg Donor Contact Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine
An egg donor's time, effort, and commitment can make a tremendous difference in the lives of those who are unable to conceive. If you feel strong compassion for hopeful parents and believe that you meet our donor eligibility requirements, please complete the pre-screening application and we will get back to you to discuss your eligibility.
Our Omaha, NE, team is led by board-certified reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Stephanie L.F. Gustin. Under the care of Dr. Gustin and her team of doctors (Dr. Elizabeth Constance, Dr. Elizabeth Weedin, and Dr. Abigail Delaney), every donor is in good hands.
To learn more, contact us online or call our fertility center:
Receiving a Donated Egg
Why Work with Us?
We understand that there are many agencies that coordinate egg donation, and we believe that Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine is the very best choice because of:
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Can I donate my eggs?
To Be Eligible, Donors Must Be:
Of AgeIn order to donate your eggs, you must be between the ages of 21 and 30.
A Healthy Weight
To become an egg donor, you must have normal body weight and a body mass index (BMI) between 18.5 and 29.9. Check your BMI here.
A Non-SmokerAdditionally, you should not smoke or have a history of substance abuse or recreational drug use.
In Good HealthYou must have no home-produced body piercings or tattoos within the past 12 months. Our team will analyze your medical history as well as your family's medical history.
On a Regular CycleTo become an egg donor, you must have a regular menstrual cycle when you are not on hormonal contraception.
Curious About Your Eligibility?
Request a Consultation
Do you possess the qualities discussed above and want to learn more about egg donation? The team at Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine has helped candidates through the egg donation process for over 20 years. Help a family welcome a new addition through your generous contribution. Learn more about your eligibility through a consultation with one of our doctors. Contact us today or call us to request a consultation at our Omaha, NE, office:
Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine aids egg donors each step of the way.
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The Egg Donation Process Is Simple & Virtually Painless
If you are interested in becoming an egg donor, please review our eligibility criteria and complete the pre-screening application.
Become a Donor
If it is determined that you are an ideal candidate for egg donation, you will have the chance to completely transform the lives of hopeful parents wishing to have a child.
Monitor Your Menstrual Cycle
The process begins with the monitoring of your menstruation cycle. You will use medications designed to stimulate the ovaries to produce a number of good quality eggs. All donors are closely monitored during this stage to ensure that the amount of hormones administered is correct.
When blood tests and ultrasound monitoring suggest that the donor’s eggs have matured, she receives a human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) injection, which maintains her progesterone levels. This is the final step in egg maturity.
About 36 hours later, the eggs are gently removed with an ultrasound-guided needle. Egg retrieval is a minor surgical procedure, and most women experience little to no discomfort.
Egg retrieval is an outpatient procedure. After your donation, you will be fully recovered in about one to two days and your next menstrual cycle should be completely normal.
What if I am an intended parent considering an egg donor?
Reasons to Consider an Egg Donor
Recurrent Pregnancy LossRepeated miscarriages often indicate a chromosomal issue. This often means that a woman cannot use her own eggs and should consider a donor.
PCOSPolycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder that compromises fertility by causing enlarged ovaries, cysts in the ovaries, irregular periods, and infertility.
Uterine AnomaliesUterine malformations including fibroids, endometriosis, and septums can also affect fertility. If surgery is unsuccessful, many women turn to egg donation or surrogacy.
Premature Ovarian FailurePremature ovarian failure (also known as early menopause) can prevent young women from releasing eggs normally. Many of these women also turn to egg donation and IVF.
Older AgeAs women age, the quality and quantity of their eggs begin to decline. If you are over the age of 40, an egg donor can provide the healthy egg needed for pregnancy.
An Effective Solution for Hopeful Parents
Egg donation helps thousands of families reach their dreams of parenthood every year. See how egg donation can help you add a beautiful addition your family by requesting a consultation at our Omaha, NE, office.
Searching for an Egg Donor? Here's Why You Should Work with Us
Each egg donor who comes to Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine must undergo thorough screening to ensure that their age, physical health, psychological health, genetic makeup, and egg quality meets our standards. We only allow women who possess outstanding physical and emotional health to donate.
How Much Does Egg Donation Cost?
Our egg donors are paid between $7,000 and $9,000 per successful cycle. Hopeful parents can also expect to pay for tests and treatment associated with the egg donation. During your consultation at our clinic, our team will review the costs of egg donation in detail.
Worried about how you will pay for egg donation? We accept financing and work with trusted third-party lenders. By outsourcing financing to trusted third parties, our clinic can do what it does best—help families grow.
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We can’t thank Dr. Elizabeth Constance and the staff at Heartland enough! We did IVF and are 29 weeks pregnant with a baby boy! The IVF process can be hard emotionally, physically and financially but they patiently answered all of our questions and made sure we were informed before every procedure.View on Google