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There are two forms of surrogacy services: Traditional surrogacy services and Gestational surrogacy services. ARTbaby Egg donors in one among the renowned surrogacy service provider in Georgia.

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gestational surrogacy one of the mostly preferred

Gestational Surrogacy- One of the Mostly Preferred Ways to

Conceive

Infertility is a problem that hits home to a lot of couples struggling to conceive. The

condition can be very troubling and stressful, which may actually further inhibit a couple's

chances of getting pregnant. Fortunately, certain procedures and services are available that

have helped infertile couples conceive through the use of a surrogate carrier. There are two

forms of surrogacy services: Traditional surrogacy services and Gestational surrogacy

services. ARTbaby Egg donors in one among the renowned surrogacy service provider in

Georgia.

Traditional surrogacy involves a surrogate carrier who carries a child conceived from

sperm from the male partner and eggs from the surrogate carrier or donor eggs. Gay

couples may also find this procedure helpful.

However, the majority of surrogacy procedures today use eggs from the female partner and

sperm from the male partner to form an embryo that is transferred into the uterus of a

surrogate carrier. In vitro fertilization is used to perform this procedure. In this case, the

surrogate carrier is not biologically related to the child. This form of surrogacy is called

gestational surrogacy.

The first step in this process is for the couple to find a surrogate they approve of through

fertility clinics, websites, lawyers, private agencies, etc. They must then draw up all legal

documents before the procedure begins. This is intended to protect the rights and

responsibilities of both the surrogate carrier and the parents. Screenings must then take

place of the couple and the surrogate. Fertility drugs may be prescribed to increase egg

production. Once eggs are extracted and fertilized, they are transferred to the uterus of the

surrogate carrier.

The carrier is monitored throughout the pregnancy and pregnancy-related expenses are

usually paid for by the parents. This information will be included in the legal documents.

the cost of surrogacy may range from

The cost of surrogacy may range from $20,000 to $120,000 depending on a number of

factors. Once the child is born, the surrogate carrier releases the child to the parents.

Advantages of using surrogate agencies:

Experts on matching the perfect surrogate mothers for intended parents looking for

gestational surrogate. The primary role of a surrogate agency would be to provide

the best ideal surrogate mother for intended parents.

Can facilitate the discussion of compensation or reasonable expenses. Agencies will

usually work as a third party and to help in the discussion of compensation, in

search of shrinking surrogates, the rent will move between the parents and the

desired parents.

Incorporating the reliable services of surrogate agencies can cost extra, but considering all

the great help for the hassle free process on surrogate, all of it will be worth it. Surrogacy

agencies are well-known for their quality and professional services, looking for pregnant

surrogates and rented mothers for their parents. One of the major contributions to this

surrogate is egg donation.

Egg donation helps couples who want to have children but have difficulty conceiving.

Usually the woman's ovaries do not produce enough healthy eggs to become pregnant, thus

she uses donated eggs. Healthy young women in their 20s donate their ovum to help a

couple conceive through IVF or surrogacy.

What are the Qualifications for Egg Donors?

Program standards vary, but most criteria have been set for legal reasons and to increase

the chance of pregnancy. Egg donors must be between age 21 and 35, although most

programs don't accept women over 30 years of age. You must be 21 to legally enter into a

contract and younger than 35 because older women tend to respond poorer to fertility

drugs than young women in their 20s.

What Does the Egg Donation Process Involve?

To apply for an egg donation program, you must fill out a long questionnaire which asks for

general information about yourself and extensive details about you and your family's

medical history. If you are deemed acceptable, you will be accepted into the egg donation

program. Some programs at this point post you on their egg donation database until you

are selected by a couple. Other programs complete your psychological, medical, social

disease testing, background check at this point before qualifying you as fit to donate.

After being selected by a couple, you will enter into a legal contract with the couple.

Depending on the center you are working with and the couple's preferences, your contact

with the couple may differ. Most centers keep anonymity between parents and donors,

although some couples or donors prefer to meet. There are several steps involved in the

Medical Procedure of Egg Donation which includes:

as soon as the legal contract is signed

As soon as the legal contract is signed, medications will begin. Your clinic will inform

you of what medications you will be taking and instruct you on how to inject

yourself with the medications.

Finally, after about 2-4 months the day and the exact time will be set for egg

retrieval.

You will be required to travel to the IVF Center you work for this procedure.

You will be sedated and a vaginal ultrasound probe with a needle guide will enter

your vagina. This needle will enter the ovaries and take out the ready eggs. This

procedure takes about 30 minutes to an hour. You must rest for about 1-3 hours

after the retrieval, at which point someone can drive you home

It's recommended that you don't fly home until the next day. After the procedure,

you may feel cramping or have light bleeding for a day or more. You should feel

normal within a day or two. Within a few weeks, you should start menstruation and

your body will return to normal.

You can expect payment anywhere from 72 hours to one week after the process. Monetary

compensation ranges from $2,500 to $15,000. First time donors can expect to receive about

$2500 to $5,000. Repeat donors may receive more, up to about $15,000.For more visit

artbabyeggdonors.com .