Egg donation is the process in which a woman donates her eggs to enable another person or couple to conceive through assisted reproductive technology. Egg donors can be anonymous or known (a relative or friend).

Donor eggs are commonly used by:

  • Females who have decreased ovarian function
  • Females with premature ovarian failure
  • Females with genetic abnormalities
  • Same-sex male couples
  • Male single parents

“I was hesitant about egg donation at first. I needed to come to terms with the fact that my DNA would not be passed on to my child. However, I quickly realized that my blood, body, and food would nourish the baby and biologically she would be mine. For me, it was important to experience pregnancy, carry a baby, and go through the birthing process. Thanks to the egg donor program and the unbelievable staff at MLF we now have a beautiful baby girl. She looks EXACTLY like her daddy but I know she has my spirit and personality!”
– Main Line Fertility Egg Donor Recipient

Main Line Fertility is proud to offer one of the country’s largest and most experienced egg donation programs. Our third party reproduction team works with patients to choose the right egg donor for them (known or anonymous). Once you are matched with the right donor our team will offer continued support throughout the entire process.

Our exclusive in-house “no wait” donor egg database enables us to provide our patients with access to over a thousand high quality eggs in a time frame that fits their busy schedules. Main Line Fertility patients have the option of choosing a fresh donor egg cycle or a frozen donor egg cycle.

In addition to meeting all FDA compliance standards, our egg donors complete a thorough medical, psychological and genetic screening process by our physicians. For anonymous egg donors, we maintain strict confidentiality of the donor’s and the recipient’s identity. The egg recipient will have access to all of the available donor medical history.

Our third party reproduction team recognizes the unique emotional, physical and logistical complexities faced by egg donor recipients. We are proud to provide a supportive and rewarding experience for our patients.

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To find out more about Egg Donation at Main Line Fertility, please contact
Terri Jamison, RN, Third Party Reproduction Coordinator, at 484.380.4886 or