CARE Fertility works with experienced agencies attorneys and agencies to help you find the right gestational carrier. When you schedule your free consultation at CARE Fertility you will meet with a fertility specialist who will take an extensive medical history of you and your partner and address all the concerns you may have.
The Process of Surrogacy
We understand the process of choosing to pursue a fertility treatment with the help of a gestational carrier (alo knows as a surrogate) is a very delicate one. Our experienced team will be with you throughout this process and help you achieve your dreams!
Step One – Matching
Prospective carriers and intended parents meet in order to determine compatibility and if they decide to work together, a legal and binding contract will be drawn up at that time by an attorney. Sometimes a family member or friend offers to be a surrogate. This can greatly reduce the cost of surrogacy.
Step Two – IVF
In gestational surrogacy, an egg is removed from the intended mother or an anonymous donor and fertilized with the sperm of the intended father or anonymous donor. The fertilized egg, or embryo, is then transferred to a surrogate who carries the baby to term.
Step Three – Pregnancy
Once your surrogate has achieved pregnancy we follow the pregnancy progress during the first few weeks of pregnancy until she is ready to be under your care of your selected ObGyn.
Step Four – Birth
Your selected ObGyn will be in charge of helping you deliver this bundle of joy.
Is Surrogacy Right For me?
A gestational carrier is required for any couple in which the female partner cannot carry the pregnancy herself. It can be helpful for heterosexual couples, single men or single women, and LGBT patients.