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Gestational surrogacy is when a woman, surrogate mother, carries and delivers a child that is not genetically related to her.  For medical reasons, the wife of the intended parents cannot carry a child but produces healthy eggs. If the wife cannot produce healthy eggs an egg donor can be used. The intended mother or egg donor takes fertility medication to produce multiple eggs. At the right time, these eggs are retrieved from the intended mother/egg donor and fertilized with the husband's sperm in a Petri dish through the process of in-vitro fertilization/Embryo Transfer (IVF/ET).  The resulting embryos are then transferred to the surrogate mother. If a pregnancy results the surrogate mother will carry the child(ren) to term for the intended parents.

Most surrogate mothers enjoy being pregnant and are emotionally rewarded by the experience of helping an infertile couple realize their dreams of becoming parents. Surrogate Mothers are also compensated, and in addition, all legal, medical, maternity clothes, child care, transportation and other costs related to the arrangement will be paid by the intended parents.

There are two types of embryo transfers that may be done in order for the surrogate mother to become pregnant with the intended parents' child. These are a fresh transfer and a frozen transfer. If the procedure is done with frozen embryos

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In an unmedicated/natural cycle the surrogate motherís urine will be monitored to predict the date of ovulation, and when the date of ovulation is diagnosed, the embryo transfer will be performed.

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In a medicated cycle the surrogate mother takes a series of injections to coordinate her cycle with the intended mother's cycle and to provide optimal endometrial lining for implantation. At the right time the embryos are transferred to the surrogate mother's uterus.

 

If the procedure is done with fresh embryos, the surrogate mother takes a series of injections for a few weeks to coordinate the menstrual cycles with the intended mother. At the right time the embryos are transferred to the surrogate mother's uterus.

 

The surrogate mother rests in bed for approximately one or two days after the procedure.

 

Gestational surrogacy gives the intended parents the opportunity to have a child that is genetically related to one or both of them.

 

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