Gestational Surrogacy

Setting the Standard

Gestational Surrogacy

Setting the Standard

Our surrogacy program is nationally and internationally renowned and acclaimed. As physicians, we understand the pregnancy and delivery variables that are crucial to minimizing risks and maximizing pregnancy outcomes.

Important Considerations When Selecting a Surrogacy Agency

  • Is their team lead by experienced OB/GYNs?
  • Do they have a proven track record of providing comprehensive agency services for more than 20 years?
  • Are they accountable for all facets of the process?
  • Do they employ rigorous and evidence-based pre-screening protocols (in-house physician review of records, preliminary lab testing prior to referral to IVF center)
  • Is their selection criteria established by physicians who understand pregnancy and delivery variables?
  • Do their screening criteria meet or far exceed FDA standards?
  • Does their program have physician management and oversight from selection beyond delivery?
  • Do they offer peer-to-peer physician communication: physician liaison to IVF clinic and OB providers?
  • Based on the size of their program, how long will you have to wait for a potential match?

What is Gestational Surrogacy?

Gestational surrogacy, or surrogacy, is the term used to describe the process in which another woman undergoes the embryo transfer process and then carries the pregnancy to term.
The intended parents are intimately involved with the pregnancy, are typically present at the birth, and assume parenting responsibilities immediately thereafter.
Gestational surrogacy may be achieved using the intended mother’s eggs or with a donor’s egg. Likewise, the sperm may be provided by the intended father or from a sperm donor. The insemination of the egg is performed by way of in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures, including ICSI.

What is Gestational Surrogacy?

Gestational surrogacy, or surrogacy, is the term used to describe the process in which another woman undergoes the embryo transfer process and then carries the pregnancy to term.

The intended parents are intimately involved with the pregnancy, are typically present at the birth, and assume parenting responsibilities immediately thereafter.

Gestational surrogacy may be achieved using the intended mother’s eggs or with a donor’s egg. Likewise, the sperm may be provided by the intended father or from a sperm donor.  The insemination of the egg is performed by way of in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures, including ICSI.

Why Consider Surrogacy?

  • You’re unable to conceive because of uterus irregularities
  • You have a history of multiple failed IVF cycles without a known cause
  • You have an underlying medical condition that could cause great risk to yourself or your baby during pregnancy
  • You delayed parenthood during your prime childbearing years due to career or other life circumstances.
  • When used in conjunction with donor eggs, surrogacy offers single men, LGBT-individuals and couples, opportunities to become parents.
  • You wish to have your own child biologically but due to circumstances, are unable to carry a pregnancy.

Why Patients Choose Us for Surrogacy?

The Physician Advantage

  • Physician-managed surrogacy process from selection beyond delivery
  • Peer-to-peer physician communication: physician liaison to IVF clinic and OB providers
  • Selection criteria is established by physicians and far exceeds FDA standards
  • Rigorous Pre-screening protocols (Records reviewed by in-house physician, Preliminary Labs)

Accelerated Timeline

  • Largest surrogacy program in the nation – no waiting time.

Transparent Costs

  • Flat rate surrogate compensation structure and proprietary surrogate-specific insurance policy minimizes concerns of a financial black hole.

Centralized Control

  • Integrated service approach expedites your pathway to parenthood and gives the piece of mind of having one party responsible for all vital phases of family creation.
  • Proven track record of providing comprehensive agency services for more than 20 years.
  • Total integration allows for our accountability to all facets of the process.
  • Distinct support teams to cater to the needs of each involved party.

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