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Beverly Hills Fertility believes that it takes a whole village to create and bear life, hence the conviction and passion in creating success stories of hopeful clients turned donors and/or happy parents.
A gestational carrier is a woman that carries a pregnancy on behalf of an individual or a couple. IVF technology allows the gestational carrier to become pregnant when the embryo of the intended parents is transferred into the carrier’s uterus. The embryo is created by using eggs, either from the intended mother or donor eggs, that are fertilized with sperm, either from the intended father or donor sperm. The surrogate’s eggs are not used in this process, so the surrogate is not related to the child.
There are several qualifications for someone to become a gestational carrier:
Using a gestational carrier requires a legal agreement and the gestational carrier should have legal counsel independent of the intended parents.
A friend or family member of the intended parents can be a gestational carrier, as long as they meet the criteria.
Under any of these circumstances, a surrogacy arrangement may be considered:
IVF clinics in the U.S. have a surrogacy success rate of about 75%. Once the surrogate is pregnant, the success rate for a healthy birth is as high as 95%.
Did you know that…
The average surrogacy journey is 18 months and it is not legal in all 50 states?
California is the most surrogate-friendly state.
The surrogacy path may appear to be a long one, but our team’s support staff are ready to help you every step of the way.
The father’s sperm is used to artificially inseminate the surrogate woman. They will then carry and deliver the kid for you and your spouse to raise.
The biological mother of the baby is the surrogate woman. This is related to the reasons that the father’s sperm fertilized “her” egg. Donor sperm is also an option.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) currently allows for the collection of eggs from the mother, fertilization with sperm from the father (or a sperm donor), and placement of the embryo into the uterus of a gestational surrogate.
The baby is then carried by the surrogate until delivery. Because the surrogate woman’s egg was not used, they have no genetic ties to the child.
We all have one aim in mind: to support you in creating a healthy, happy family, and we all enjoy getting baby pictures at the end of the process!
The surrogacy path may appear to be a long one, but our clinic’s support staff are ready to help you every step of the way.
Nothing compares to the joy of welcoming a child into the world. Both Surrogacy and Egg Freezing are processes that undeniably extend hope and optimism about parenthood. The joy that our hopeful-clients-turned-parents’ experience is so unique that many of them return to BHF for their second and third treatments!
With our wide range of fertility treatment services, you get comprehensive planning, counseling, and support. Our professional team and program coordinators will help and guide you at every stage of your fertility journey, from the fertility process to pregnancy, birth, and post-delivery, all for the most awaited baby’s cry that we aim for at the delivery room.
At BHF, we deal with hundreds of the most difficult cases of infertility each year, making us uniquely qualified to assist you in realizing your aspirations, regardless of your diagnosis. We are focused to investing in new innovative technology and scientific procedures that lead to better outcomes and the fastest path to a healthy baby for families. All of this gives you the success that you deserve.
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The happiest cry in life is the one you hear from your baby after giving birth. Celebrate life and start your parenthood journey with us! Be one of our clients-turned-parents through our personalized treatment procedures and passionate doctors called to help create new stewards of life.
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