Why is the Age of the Egg Donor Important
Why is the age of the egg donor important when it comes to egg donation? When you search through the PureOvum egg donor database, you will directly notice the age of each potential egg donor is between 21-30.
It’s widely believed that women with ovaries are typically born with 1 to 2 million eggs, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). Ultimately, the 1 to 2 million eggs you’re born with only approximately 400 will ovulate over the reproductive lifespan.
The number and quality of a woman’s eggs begins to deteriorate in her mid 30s. For that reason, our 20-30 PureOvum egg donor age requirement considers donors who may cycle more than once.
Highest Quality of Donor Eggs
Inside our modern, physician owned egg donor agency, our goal is to ensure that those who receive donor eggs at PureOvum are getting the highest quality of eggs possible.
The PureOvum egg donor age requirements ensure that those seeking donor eggs have the best chance for successful conception and pregnancy. Because egg donors are young and healthy, pregnancy rates from donor eggs exceed pregnancy rates experienced with traditional IVF. Egg donation provides an exceptional opportunity to experience the joys of pregnancy and parenthood.