Egg Donation is a
Gift of Life

Egg donation is the process by which a woman donates eggs for purposes of assisted reproduction or biomedical research.
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Full Compensation according to EU guidelines

Help Childless Couples and Women of Advanced Age

Free Medical Examination - Get to Know Your Body

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can become an egg donor?

  • Age between 18-33 years old, by law
  • Healthy women with no medical history of inherited diseases
  • Women without Thalassemia Trait.

What are the benefits of becoming an egg donor?

Through the donation process, you receive a generous compensation package for your effort and the time you spend at our clinic, as well as the loss of income you would have made for that time. Taking time off work or from your studies is important, so based on European legislations and the law, we offer full compensation.

Other than the compensation package, you also benefit from multiple medical exams that cost hundreds of Euros if you were to do them on your own. These tests can help you understand a lot about your health.

Is it safe?

The process is completely safe, and has no effect on your fertility in the future. We monitor you closely throughout the entire process to ensure that everything runs smoothly. Since the medication is only taken for a few days, there is no disruption to your menstrual cycle after the egg collection.

Will you have enough eggs left after this process?

Women are born with millions of eggs, which is far beyond what they will need in one lifetime. Some women happen to have a lower number of eggs, so we run a fertility check called Anti Mullerian Hormone test (AMH), to make sure that you are in a position to become a donor. If your fertility is low, you would not be considered to proceed with egg donation. However, you will still be partly compensated for the loss of income and your time.

Who needs your eggs?

Many women now, are ready to have children at a much later age due to careers. Women of greater age tend to have more issues with their fertility and ovaries.

Is the process anonymous?

The process in Cyprus is fully anonymous by law, therefore your identity is always kept secret. At the same time, the donor is never given the identifying information of the recipients.

However, you have the option to also become a non-anonymous donor if you elect to donate to other countries where this is allowed.

Our process

If you do not live in Cyprus, 95% of the process explained below will be done in your own country. You will only have to come to Cyprus for the final “Egg Donation” stage which only takes a few hours. You can return home as early as the next day, stay overnight, or if you would like to stay for longer and enjoy some time in Cyprus, that is entirely up to you.


The process starts with a short phone call with one of our dedicated coordinators, to walk you through the entire program, answer any questions you may have and collect your medical history.

Egg Donation - examination and bloodwork check

Examination and bloodwork check

You will then visit one of our doctors near the area that you live for a small examination and bloodwork to check if you are a good candidate for egg donation.

Egg donation Preparation


If all the tests look good, the doctor will give you instructions to prepare your ovaries for donation. Your treatment will mainly include birth control and a very small and painless injection done once a day for 9-10 days. These injections are very similar to the insulin injections that diabetics take every day. We will guide you throughout the entire process, so you have nothing to worry about.


As you get closer to the donation date, you will visit the doctor for a final check-up to make sure that everything is going well and you are ready for the donation.

Egg donation

Once you are ready for donation, you will come to the clinic one last time for the egg donation. After the egg collection, you should rest for 2-3 hours and then you can go back to your regular schedule.

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