Become an Egg Donor

Learn more about becoming an egg donor at Pacific NW Fertility. Enjoy refreshments and free parking! Meet some of our amazing Egg Donors! Have questions about what it takes to become an egg donor? Ask us anything! Women ages 20-29 encouraged to attend. Bring your girlfriends too! Fun door prizes just for attending!

Wednesday, Oct 25
6:00 PM-7:30 PM in Seattle

Other Dates/Times

Wednesday, Nov 29
6:00 PM-7:30 PM in Seattle

OPEN HOUSE: Women Helping Women

Learn more about becoming an egg donor.

Enjoy refreshments and free parking!

Meet some of our amazing Egg Donors! Have questions about what it takes to become an egg donor? Ask us anything!

Women ages 20-29 encouraged to attend. Bring your girlfriends too! Fun door prizes just for attending!

Our donors are generously compensated

Help families unable to conceive on their own

Learn more about your own genetics & fertility

Work with an internationally recognized clinic, right here in Seattle

No RSVP required, for more information text 206-877-3534

1101 Madison Street

Suite 1050

Seattle, WA 98104

The  donor egg program has been established to assist couples who cannot have a child because the woman is unable to produce normal eggs. This can occur for several reasons:

Some women undergo menopause at a very early age and are then unable to produce normal eggs. Other women may still have normal menstrual cycles but are unable to produce eggs, which can be fertilized. Some women may have no ovaries and thus be unable to produce eggs. Other women may produce eggs, which are defective in some way.

Each of these women has a normal uterus and can become pregnant and carry pregnancies to term. In order for these women to become pregnant, donated human eggs are used, in an in vitro fertilization procedure, whereby the donated eggs are fertilized with sperm from the partner of the woman who can not produce normal eggs, and the resulting embryos are then transferred into the woman's uterus. The birth mother will be the legal mother and her partner will be the legal father.

The first thing I put in my baby's baby book was a pasted in sheet of paper showing that we were pregnant, from PNWF.  Below it I wrote, "Mom and Dad worked HARD for you." We deserve it even more, I say. Because the baby that comes from PNW Fertility and their crew of helpers is one loved baby. That is a pretty amazing legacy to be able to tell that kid someday.

Morgan
Pacific NW Fertility Patient

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