Parenthood is a life changing and rewarding experience. Surrogacy offers a wide range of options to fulfill your dreams of parenthood. With the well-equipped, state- of –the- art infertility treatments available and expert physicians in the field; we have been able to assist couples and singles all over the world at a most affordable price.
Surrogacy has become an increasingly popular alternative for Americans. The laws for surrogacy favor the intended parents more than the other countries. The cost for surrogacy in Asian and other countries are roughly a third of what it costs in the U.S. Also, the range of treatment options available is broad and at the forefront of art technology. Surrogacy offers a unique opportunity for discretion, which would be difficult to achieve in the U.S.
When an infertile couple (or a single male or female) desires a family, several options present themselves.
They include: egg donation, sperm donation, traditional surrogacy, gestational surrogacy, or adoption.
Surrogacy is a desirable option for many intended parents because a genetic link to their child is possible, unlike adoption. For medical or genetic reasons, some intended parents need only the assistance of anonymous egg or sperm donors. In addition to securing a surrogate, we can assist with securing egg/sperm donor for the intended parents. Typically, our clients rely upon us to locate and screen egg donors and/or surrogates, to handle legal paperwork, coordinate medical care, and most importantly, to oversee the creation of their child from prior to conception, continuously during pregnancy, and through birth. We handle all aspects and details of the process of creating a child through surrogacy, which provides our intended parents the freedom to focus on the joy of becoming parents.
Gestational surrogacy is the process by which intended parents use either the intended mother’s own eggs or donated eggs to create a child with the intended father’s sperm or donor sperm through in vitro fertilization. The surrogate becomes pregnant by transfer of some of the embryos into her uterus on the third or fifth day after the eggs are harvested and fertilized.
The surrogate mother makes no genetic contribution to the creation of the child. Donated eggs are usually from anonymous donors.