The time frame for surrogacy can vary and is influenced by several factors, including the specific circumstances of the intended parents and the surrogate, the location, and the legal and medical processes involved.
After successful embryo implantation, the surrogate undergoes regular prenatal care and monitoring. This includes medical appointments, check-ups, and screenings throughout the pregnancy. The duration of the pregnancy can vary, typically lasting around 9 months.
Once the baby is born, legal processes will be required to establish parental rights for the intended parents. This can involve obtaining court orders or completing necessary paperwork. The post-birth process includes the recovery of the surrogate and the transition of the baby to the care of the Intended Parents.
Surrogacy involves various professionals and services that contribute to the overall cost. These include fertility specialists, lawyers, psychologists, medical expenses, insurance, and the surrogate herself. Additionally, Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) procedures like in vitro fertilization (IVF) and potential egg donation can add to the expenses. Surrogacy costs can range from $120,000 to upwards of $200,000. Our experienced surrogate care team will guide you through the process and the anticipated costs of surrogacy.
Surrogacy agency fee includes screening potential surrogates, matching Intended Parents with surrogates, coordinating the process, travel arrangements for the gestational surrogate, providing support and guidance, handling legal, insurance and administrative aspects, and overall support and care throughout the surrogacy journey.
Here are some key services offered by Giving Hope Surrogacy:
1. Application process: We conduct a thorough application process to assess the commitment, suitability, and readiness of Intended Parents and surrogates. This helps ensure that all parties involved are serious and able to participate in the surrogacy process.
2. Screening: We conduct comprehensive screenings to assess the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of Intended Parents and surrogates. This ensures that they meet the necessary criteria and are in a healthy state to pursue surrogacy.
3. Personal matching: We match Intended Parents and surrogates based on their preferences, values, and compatibility. This helps create an ideal surrogacy experience for all parties involved.
4. Coordination and communication: We serve as a central point of contact, facilitating communication and coordinating information between various professionals involved in the surrogacy process.
5. Support and counseling: We provide emotional support and offer counseling with a professional to Intended Parents and surrogates throughout the journey. This helps them navigate the emotional challenges and complexities associated with surrogacy.
The screening process in surrogacy typically involves several important steps to ensure the suitability of, and wellbeing, of the surrogate.