FAQ For Intended Parents

1Who works with a surrogate mother?
• People who have struggled with infertility • Prospective single parents • Same-sex couples • Anyone who is unable to securely carry a pregnancy to term
2Why should I choose working with an agency versus going independent?
We believe working with an agency is to your advantage as we offer full support and guidance throughout the complete process. All aspects of the surrogacy journey are handled by our team: • The embryo transfer and other medical procedures • Counseling and support services • Legal services • Finding an egg or sperm donor, if necessary • And more We handle any issues that may arise.
3Will I be the biological parent of my child?
Surrogacy often allows one or both intended parents to keep up a genetic connection to their child. If you're an intended mother with healthy, viable eggs, or an intended father with healthy, viable sperm, your genetic material may be wont to create the embryo. In many cases, this enables both parents in an exceedingly heterosexual relationship to be the biological parents of their child.
4How long might we have to wait for an egg donor?
It depends how exacting your requirements are of a donor. we provide various programs and several other ways for you to explore your options, including our private database of egg donor candidates
5How long will it take to match us with a surrogate?
Depending on your particular needs and expectations, finding the right surrogate for you might happen in a few months or it may take longer. Please contact us for an estimate of how long it may take to find you a surrogate based on when you sign up.
6How much does surrogacy cost?
The costs of surrogacy can vary widely based on a number of factors, including whether you need the assistance of an egg donor, whether you are expecting twins, and your surrogate’s individual situation.
7Do I have to travel?
Yes. you must arrange to be available to travel for the transfer, which is often a four- to seven-day trip. You'll be able to be medically screened and monitored closer to home but you may have to travel the IVF clinic for the transfer. At times, the overseeing IVF clinic will require you to travel for an initial screening. This is often typically a one- or two-day trip.