PureOvum Egg Collective Accepting International Intended Parents into Program
The PureOvum egg collective is accepting international intended parents into its top egg donor program. The modern egg donor program is happy to work with international intended parents and has experience working with patients from all over the world.
The next-gen egg donor program requires all donor cycles to be completed with a physician in the US. Once the cycle is complete, recipients are welcome to work with a US physician to transport embryos to a desired clinic (domestic, international, etc.).
Many recipients come to the US due to their countries laws not being ‘donor friendly’ — which means they are not legally allowed to compensate donors. If an international patient would like to work with a PureOvum donor and does not have an established physician in the US, we are also happy to provide resources for partnering physicians’ clinics.
PureOvum Egg Donation Program
Operating in both California and Wisconsin, our next-generation egg donor agency offers a fresh-cycle egg donor program to recipients. We understand becoming a parent is not defined by the path you take to get there, but ultimately defined by our combined participation and the experiences collected along the way.
The journey to parenthood never comes easy — and very rarely comes without difficult decisions to make. With PureOvum, choosing your ideal egg donor is a process where we strive to fulfill your every need and desire. Our goal is to ensure the process is transparent and exhilarating from day one.
With more than 30 years of collective experience by our 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.
Local and International Egg Donor Program
Individuals seek the leading local and international egg donor program located in Southern California for a variety of different reasons. Some of our clients’ have experienced previously failed, multiple IVF attempts, or ovarian reserves have diminished with age — while others have fertility issues due to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
Some female patients may have undergone fertility-limiting cancer treatments or have genetic disorders that they don’t wish to pass on to their children. Donor eggs also allow single men and LGBTQ+ couples to build their families through egg donation and surrogacy.
Every intended parent that comes to us will gain a comprehensive understanding of how our egg donation program works and why more and more intended parents (egg donor recipients) trust in the PureOvum collective.