Deciding to undergo IVF with donor eggs is a significant step on the journey to becoming a parent. It’s a fertility journey with difficult choices. How can you find an egg donor in California that is the best fit for you? And when it comes to choosing an egg donor — how do you know where to start? Is there a guide to finding an egg donor in California?
The next-generation egg collective gives intended parents a secure, safe, and modernized experience. And because we know that true success stories are not mass-produced, PureOvum focuses on delivering individualized services and a one-of-a-kind program.
How our process work
Our contemporary egg donor program, PureOvum, continues to progress a program at the forefront of advances in egg donation technology. Our dynamic fresh-cycle program not only meets — but exceeds the highest standards and criteria set by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
With more than 30 years of collective experience by Southern California’s top fertility specialists — and diverse, ready-to-cycle egg donors accessible to intended parents, PureOvum, is on track to become the most pursued program in the world.
At PureOvum, our goal is to make finding an egg donor in California as smooth as possible for our intended parents. We are one of only a few centers that recruits, selects, and prescreens (medically, psychologically, and genetically) its ready-to-cycle egg donors before making them available to intended parents.
The leading egg donor collective team will help you distinguish and select which egg donors are the right match for you. Our program consists of the most comprehensive egg donor database in California — with access to elite women radiating with creativity and intelligence — and implements an anthology of cultural and ethnic diversity. Once you select your ideal donor, our coordinator will reach you to discuss how to confirm your donor match (which includes signing our retainer and agency fees).
With fresh egg donation, both the mother and donor will undergo treatments before the actual IVF — whereas a frozen donor egg may be selected from an egg donor clinic or a bank. This allows the couple to accelerate the procedure because they can pick a donor egg with the characteristics they’re looking for and prepare for IVF soon after.