Go

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Anonymous Egg Donor Program

The Washington University Infertility and Reproductive Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital has an Anonymous Egg Donor program to help women dealing with infertility.

If you're a healthy, non-smoking female between ages 21 and 32, you can help give the gift of life to an infertile woman by becoming an egg donor. Our screening process will help ensure that the donation is safe and easy for you, and that you're medically and genetically a suitable donor. Your participation is completely confidential, and you'll be compensated for your time.

To learn more about the Anonymous Egg Donor program, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or for more information about infertility treatment options, please visit the Washington University Infertility and Reproductive Center website.

Baby Born, Brain malformation

Baby Luke was born with a rare brain malformation called polymicrogyria. He was diagnosed before he was even born, giving his family the opportunity to learn about the disorder, and be fully prepared to care for Luke after he arrived. Luke was cared for by a team of specialists with the Fetal Care Center, a collaboration between Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children's Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine.

 
Find a doctor or make an appointment:
General Information: (314) 747-3000
One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63110
© Copyright 1997-2014, Barnes-Jewish Hospital. All Rights Reserved.