New Life South Africa’s egg donation FAQs feature a set of queries frequently asked by egg donors and their specific answers.
Any female within the age group of 21- 35 years with a sound mental and physical health can be an egg donor. Apart from this, she should
Yes, egg donation is legal in South Africa.
For this, you need to do the following:
Please go through our Egg Donation page for details.
Egg donation is not dangerous, but it involves the risk called Ovarian Hyper-Stimulation Syndrome (OHSS), a condition caused due to over stimulation of ovaries. It is a rare condition seen in 1% cases. Egg donation carried in renowned fertility clinics is absolutely safe.
Yes. You can donate eggs, but you must be prepared to undergo a thorough internal examination in which your hymen may be ruptured.
Egg donation will not have any adverse effect on your fertility. The fertility medications administered also do not have long term effects. Egg donors can conceive even after donating their eggs.
As per South African Law, a donor cannot donate eggs approximately more than six times unless approved by any registered specialist in reproductive medicine.
Egg donation side effects vary with each individual. Some donors experience mild side effects like abdominal bloating, breast tenderness, mood swings or headaches while some may not experience these at all.
The concerned recipient will take care of all your medical expenses related to egg donation.
South African legislation does not permit “selling” of eggs. You will be duly compensated by the recipient for your kind efforts, medical expenses and time invested.
Only because we bear the prestigious name of New Life Global Network renowned for exceptional infertility treatments running top grade full service clinics across the globe. Our professionalism and transparency in dealings will fetch you the best rewards for your service.