Egg Freezing – Content

After you donate eggs to our program at least once, you can choose to come back for another cycle and freeze all or some of your eggs for your own future use.

Egg freezing gives you control over your fertility by letting you preserve your healthy, young eggs, and postpone your family-building. Female celebrities and corporate CEOs are taking advantage of the biggest development in women’s fertility today. Yes, it’s true that as a young and healthy egg donor, you should have plenty of eggs remaining after your egg donation cycle, and plenty of time to build your own family the “old-fashioned” way. However, if you wait too long, the age of your eggs may become an issue, or other factors can impact the fertility of you or your partner at any time. Because life is unpredictable and unforeseen events can interfere with or delay your plans, we’re excited to offer you this option. Egg freezing is like a snooze button on that biological clock. It lets you focus on your current dreams and goals, with the piece of mind that comes from knowing that you can have your young frozen eggs available if you ever need them.

This cutting-edge technology can be costly, but as a repeat LIIVF egg donor, you can be paid to freeze eggs for your own future use through several egg freezing programs available to you.

Egg freezing is perfect for:

  • College or graduate students;
  • Young, career-focused workers;
  • Young moms who may want more children later;
  • Women without partners who prefer to wait;
  • Any young woman who, for any reason, may want a baby in the future.

Choose the elective egg freezing option that’s right for you:

  • An Elective Egg Freezing Cycle. This is offered to repeat egg donors at a substantially-reduced cost. In this cycle, all of the eggs would be frozen for your future use. Medications included. Egg storage fees apply.
  • An Initial Elective Egg Freezing Cycle with a Shared Donation. Qualified repeat egg donors cycle again, but share the eggs this time. Half are frozen for your future use, and the other half goes to the donor recipient. You get half of the eggs, plus $4,000 (half of the usual $8,000 egg donor compensation). Medication included. Egg storage fees apply.
  • A Repeat Elective Egg Freezing Cycle with a Shared Donation. Qualified repeat egg donors who already did a previous Initial Elective Egg Freezing with a Shared Donation (#2 above) can repeat the Egg Freezing/Shared Donation cycle again (to get and store even more eggs for her own use). You get half of the eggs, plus $4,000. Medication included. FREE egg storage for the first five (5) years.

Elective Egg Freezing is just one of the many benefits we offer as a “thank you” to our proven egg donors who may be interested in the opportunity.

For more information on the details of these options, please contact a LIIVF Donor Egg Coordinator at (877) 838-BABY.

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Egg donors make motherhood possible. To learn more about becoming an Egg Donor, schedule your personal introduction to egg donation.

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