The donor must be age 35 or under. In some exceptional cases (e.g., a relative), a donor who is 36 or 37 years old will be accepted if her ovarian reserve is excellent, but no donor age 38 or over will be allowed.
The donor must have a BMI under 35.
The donor and the recipient must consult a physician, who will take their full medical histories. He can then prescribe the necessary tests, most of which can be done at the hospital. However, there will be a fee for the ovarian reserve test and the meeting with the psychologist. Once all the tests are completed, another appointment will be scheduled with the physician to confirm the donor’s eligibility and prescribe the selected protocols.
Once the file is complete, an appointment will be scheduled with the nurse in charge of egg donation, who will explain the protocols and calculate the treatment dates. The treatment will last 4-8 weeks, depending on menstrual cycles and prescribed protocols.