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Surrogacy starts with the donation of eggs and sperms. It involves in-vitro conception of embryos, and transferring embryos to a surrogate mother. Furthermore, couples also should find a qualified surrogate, and arrange their parental rights in the local courts.

Conceiving your Embryos

The future Parents can travel to their selected IVF clinic to donate sperm and eggs. Sperm donation is very simple and takes only few hours, but the egg donor will require fertility treatments to make sure of a successful donation. The fertility treatment also known as ovarian stimulation takes about two weeks from first day of the donor’s natural cycle. Once eggs are donated, they are fertilized with the father’s sperm sample.

Finding the Surrogate Mother

They are typically managed and recruited by a professional recruiter. The agent have a reliable surrogate recruiter. You can also look your own Surrogate via various online communities.

Getting Pregnant

The fertilization procedure results in many viable embryos. The best will be used first and others are frozen in case the transfer procedure requires to be repeated. The surrogate mother will undergo fertility treatments known as endometrial stimulation that takes about 2 to 3 weeks from first day of the natural cycle. The success of the embryo transfer depend on how well the surrogate is prepared and quality of embryos.

Pregnancy & Prenatal Care

After a pregnancy has been confirmed, the surrogate starts her prenatal care. In the Western countries like United States, usually the surrogate live at home and attend prenatal exams from the personal obstetrician. In developing countries, India, the surrogate is housed in a communal surrogate house and looked by the IVF Clinic.

Birth & Becoming Legal Parents

When surrogate is ready to give birth, clinic and doctor will decide a date for the delivery. The parents are told and will travel to hospital to welcome new son or daughter.

  • Have had pregnancies free of complications.

  • Be in good physical and mental health.

  • Have carried and delivered at least one child.

  • Age less than 43 years of age (some clinics accept old woman in some circumstances).

  • Be in a stable living situation.

  • Non smoker.