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Types Of Surrogacy

There are different types of surrogacy programs for people who cannot have a child on their own. At Intended Parents, Inc., we have been through a surrogacy process ourselves and understand the intense emotions associated with this type of undertaking. We are here to support our clients through every phase of the process, from learning about the different types of surrogacy to choosing a surrogate mother and an egg donor to providing follow-up support after the baby arrives.

One of the newer and more appealing types of surrogacy is called gestational surrogacy. This process involves a surrogate mother who has no genetic relation to the child she carries. The fetus is created from either the egg of the intended mother or from an egg donor. Some women are able to produce healthy eggs but are medically incapable of carrying a pregnancy to term. For these women, gestational surrogacy is a wonderful gift.

New Types of Surrogacy for Intended Parents

Gestational surrogacy makes it possible for one or both of the intended parents to be genetically related to the child a surrogate carries for them. Even if the intended mother cannot produce healthy eggs, the intended father's sperm can still create a genetic link to the baby. Whether the egg comes from the intended mother or from an egg donor, fertilization of the egg takes place in-vitro.

We are happy to explain all the details of the different types of surrogacy to our clients. As former intended parents ourselves, we understand the need for confidentiality, compassion, and support. To begin your journey, please call us at 732-526-7013, or click here to contact us

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