Not all women can be qualified to be a Donor. Although Egg Donor programs vary in the qualities they look for, certain criteria are quite general. Some rules are put in place for legal reasons, and some policies are made to raise the chances that a pregnancy will occur to make sure the process will be safe for the egg recipient and the Donor. Generally, qualified egg donors are women between the ages of 19-32 with a healthy medical history, normal ovarian function, and good mental and physical health. They must also pass medical and psychological screening tests. They should be willing to commit to the egg donation process, which can involve daily injections and multiple doctor’s visits. Only around 5% of our candidates actually end up being approved to donate their eggs due to our requirements for being an egg donor.