Couples from all varieties of backgrounds and walks of life who are facing fertility struggles turn to surrogacy as a solution to starting or growing their families.
We want you to feel the same hope and confidence they felt when you welcome us to join you on your journey.
Our surrogacy programs are guided by expertly-trained and experienced physicians in the fertility field.
Surrogacy is a Process of assisted reproduction where intended parents work with a gestational surrogate mother. The surrogate mother agrees to become pregnant and give birth to a child for another person who will become the parents of the child. The surrogacy Process often supported by a legal agreement, where the surrogate mother agrees to become pregnant. There are two types of surrogacy i.e. traditional surrogacy and gestational surrogacy.
Couples may seek a Surrogacy Process when pregnancy is medically impossible or when the risk of pregnancy is too dangerous for these couples and individuals, surrogacy makes this dream possible. Surrogacy is one of the common processes in many assisted reproductive technologies.
On average, the surrogacy process takes between 15 to 18 months on average, however, any individual journey could take more time, or less time
Surrogates come from all different backgrounds, but they have one important thing in common — the desire to help people in an incredibly unique and important way. There are plenty of misconceptions about the women who become surrogates, but, in the end, they’re just women who are able to help build a family.
A common requirement for surrogates is that they’ve already completed their own family, so they’re usually raising children of their own and are typically married.
The baby is biologically related to the two people who contribute the egg and sperm when the embryo is created, not whose uterus the baby is carried in.
That means that if intended parents need the help of egg and/or sperm donors to create an embryo, the baby will be biologically related to the donor(s). If the egg and/or sperm come from the intended parents, then the baby is biologically related to them.
Again, when it comes to genetics, what matters is the egg and sperm — the uterus doesn’t have anything to do with it.
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