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In gestational surrogacy process, the carrier does not have a genetic connection to the baby. The sperm and egg are both donated and fertilized (from the intended parents or a donor) prior to implantation into the gestational surrogate’s womb. Call Us Rite Options at (516)512-8888. Visit @ https://www.riteoptions.com/surrogacy-process/

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gestational surrogacy process is a special

Gestational surrogacy process is a special arrangement where a woman carries and gives birth to a baby on behalf of another couple. The woman carrying the baby is referred to as the gestational surrogate. In most cases, the intended parents are involved throughout the pregnancy and are present during the birth as well. After the baby is born, the infant becomes theirs.

In gestational surrogacy process, the carrier does not have a genetic connection to the baby. The sperm and egg are both donated and fertilized (from the intended parents or a donor) prior to implantation into the gestational surrogate’s womb.

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screening phase after a surrogate is selected

Screening Phase

After a surrogate is selected by the intended parents, the screening process begins. This includes examining the surrogate’s medical history for infectious diseases, overall health, psychological capacity and compatibility. Both parties (the surrogate and the intended parents) are requested to sign legal consent documents regarding pre-conception procedures, pre and post birth procedures as well as parentage rights of the intended parents. This is absolutely necessary as it ensures that both parties are completely in agreement before proceeding further.

Implantation Phase

In this phase, the surrogate is given medication before commencing the IVF process.

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the medications help to mature multiple eggs

The medications help to mature multiple eggs so that the chances of conception can increase. Once the follicles have matured, the eggs are retrieved from the ovaries and fertilized in a laboratory using sperm from the intended father or a donor. Then the embryos are left in the lab to develop for up to 5 days. These are then implanted into the surrogate’s uterus.

Pregnancy Phase

After IVF is successfully concluded, the pregnancy journey begins. The surrogate will be expected to comply with the requirements set by the intended parents that ensure the wellness of their baby. This will include doctor’s appointments, diet restrictions, lifestyle choices, regimens, etc. The surrogate is compensated for her time and assistance accordingly.

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gestational surrogacy offers a ray of hope

Gestational surrogacy offers a ray of hope for many infertile couples. It comes with its own unique set of practices, challenges and triumphs. To ensure the journey ends happily for both parties, Rite Options provides a wealth of tools and resources in the gestational surrogacy process.

Contact Rite Options to learn about gestational surrogacy.

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get in touch address 1 1225 franklin avenue suite

GET IN TOUCH

Address(1): 1225 Franklin Avenue Suite 325, Garden City, NY 11530

Address(2): 1800 JFK Blvd Suite 300, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Phone: (516) 512-8888 Fax: (516) 512-8892

Website: https://www.riteoptions.com/surrogacy-process/