If you meet the FDA’s criteria to donate eggs, you’ll move on to the screening process, which includes a physical examination; a pelvic ultrasound; blood testing for infectious diseases, and a urine drug screen. After passing the screening tests, you become an eligible donor and are added to the queue for matching. Matching you to a recipient will involve considering your height, weight, hair color, eye color, skin complexion, ethnicity, and lifestyle. Recipients may also have other specific attributes they are seeking. Once you are matched with a recipient, the process takes 6-8 weeks.