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San Diego Egg Donation Options

Intended Parents Have a Variety of Options

As the potential recipient of an egg donation, you have several options for how to proceed with the donation process. Asian Egg Bank offers both fresh and frozen egg cycle donations. Most people choose to go with frozen eggs, but you can learn more about the pros and cons of each of these by visiting the Fresh vs Frozen Cycle page.

The other decision you will have to make as a hopeful parent is whether to go with a Non-Identifying (anonymous) or Open-ID Donor:

  • Non-Identifying (anonymous) Donors – These are donors who have volunteered to donate their eggs to an egg bank and offer their donation to anyone who is a match. While many donors choose to have their names and other personal identifying information hidden, you will still have access to our health assessments, which include medical history, mental health, and other factors that may be of interest to you. Many donors also choose to include pictures of themselves as children and adults.
  • Open ID Donors – These donors are similar to non-identifying donors, meaning their names and other personal identifying information hidden throughout the donation process. However, the donor has agreed to disclose her identity to any child conceived via assisted reproduction with her donated eggs, on request, once the child attains eighteen (18) years of age.

If you would like to learn more about our donors visit the egg donor database.