Egg Donation


Generous. Selfless. Amazing.

Those are just a few of the words we use here at Mexico Fertility Center to describe the remarkable women who choose to become egg donors.

Millions of women throughout the world struggle with infertility. For a multitude of reasons, these women are unable to conceive a child of their own. Through the process of egg donation, many of these women are able to successfully become pregnant using In Vitro Fertilization with donated eggs.

Without egg donors like you, couples that have struggled to conceive a child would have little hope. Your generous donation helps to give the gift of life to a couple that has dreamed of becoming parents. What a unique and incredible opportunity!

Program Details

At Mexico Fertility Center, our egg donor program is completely anonymous. Our Donor Coordinator will work to match you with an ideal recipient couple based solely on a description of your characteristics. We do not ever share your photo with our recipients.

Once you have been successfully matched with a recipient couple, you will be required to undergo a series of medical and psychological screenings to ensure that you are healthy and prepared for donation.

How does the egg donation process work?

Following successful results from your medical and psychological screenings, you will begin taking birth control pills to regulate your menstrual cycle. This will be scheduled in coordination with the recipient’s menstrual cycle.

You will then be placed on a series of medications and injections to promote the growth of your follicles. Once your follicles are mature and ready for egg retrieval, a final HCG injection will be administered. Within 3 days of the injection, Dr. Garza will perform the egg retrieval procedure. The entire procedure is painless and takes approximately 30 minutes.

Once your eggs have been retrieved, Dr. Garza will combine them with the recipient’s sperm to promote fertilization. You will help create a new life!

For more information about our Egg Donor program or to speak with our International Patient Coordinator, please call us from the U.S. at

(760) 595-5421

or via email at