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Our new city centre egg donation clinic means we now have the Greater Manchester and Cheshire region covered if you want to be an egg donor.
Our new Central Manchester clinic at Citylabs in Nelson Street, just off Oxford Road, joins our South Manchester clinic at Manchester Fertility, Cheadle, to make egg donation accessible and easy with new donor appointments available now.
When our egg donor clinics are open
Our egg donation clinics are open 7 days a week. So you can see us for your screening appointments, monitoring and egg collection at the best time to suit you, with early appointments and weekend clinics.
What each clinic offers
Central Manchester egg donor clinic: Our new Manchester clinic is for initial screening, tests and monitoring only. It is a flexible option if you work or live in the city, to have these early appointments nearby.
South Manchester egg donor clinic: Our Cheadle clinic also performs all egg donor tests, and it is where you go for egg collection. This is because your donated eggs will be frozen and stored on-site in our specialist laboratory, ready for someone to use in treatment.
At both clinics you will be supported by our caring Donation Teams, who provide one-on-one help to our egg donors throughout the process.
How long egg donation takes
The whole egg donation process can take around three months from your first appointment to egg collection. We will be able to advise you on timescales for your particular situation, taking into account any time commitments you already have.
How to make an egg donor appointment
It is simple to get started as an egg donor with Manchester Donors at either our Manchester or Cheshire clinic. Complete our no-obligation, online application form and we will get in touch with you to talk about next steps.
To apply to be an egg donor you need to be:
Read our egg donor FAQs to learn more about eligibility.
What egg donors receive
The best reward as an egg donor is of course knowing that you have given someone the hope of a baby. You can find out if treatment is successful for your recipient and the gender of the baby. You also receive £750 compensation, to cover your time and expenses during your donation cycle.
More information: Egg donation in Manchester & Cheshire
Talk to our Donation Team on 0161 300 2734 if you have any questions or contact us through our dedicated Facebook page. We are always happy to help.
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