The state's legal regulations are critical in surrogacy, and in some places surrogacy is not legal. Traditional surrogacy is illegal even in some states where gestational surrogacy services are legal.
In states where surrogacy is legal, it is still a legally complicated issue, and in many cases the legal rules are vague at best. Traditional surrogacy involves tedious legal processes, including termination of parental rights and adoption of adoptive parents. For these reasons, consulting with an experienced lawyer at all levels of the traditional surrogacy process is very important. “Create U Future” takes care of all the legal formalities, drafting, negotiating and signing contracts, and confidently transferring custody rights making gestational surrogacy in USA, Europe and Asia ease and safe procedure.
Unlike traditional surrogacy, with gestational surrogacy most intended parents receive a warrant prior to the birth of the child - a legal guarantee of receiving custody rights, putting their names on the birth certificate.
A surrogate mother feels an attachment to the child she is carrying. This is perfectly natural, and if you work with a reputable agency, it provides advice and support to surrogates every step of the way. However, a traditional surrogate may feel a stronger attachment because she is biologically more strongly bonded to the child. This emotional bond can make it difficult to transfer the baby to the intended parents after birth, creating a difficult situation for everyone involved.
In the case of gestational surrogacy, the surrogate has no biological connection to the child she is carrying. This not only simplifies the legal issues, but also reduces the emotional risks. Many women become gestational surrogates because they want to give the joy of parenthood to someone else. They will still feel some attachment to the child they carried is normal, but their joy in helping another family far outweighs other emotions. This is one of the biggest benefits of gestational surrogacy.
The medical procedure
Traditional surrogacy usually involves intrauterine insemination, where the sperm of the father-to-be is placed in the uterus of a surrogate. In the case of gestational surrogacy, the IVF method is used. IVF is a more reliable method, because fertilization takes place in a test tube in a laboratory. Together with preimplantation genetic screening and diagnostic technologies (PGD&PGS), it enables control over the risks of hereditary diseases.
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No complicated legal procedures for the transfer of the child
Possibility to be a biological parent for both the mother and the father
Ability to use state of the art technology for early diagnosis and prevention of inherited genetic diseases PGD PGS.
Gestational surrogacy requires the mother to either undergo ovarian stimulation procedures to obtain eggs, which has a number of contraindications, or to look for an egg donor.
The cost of gestational surrogacy is slightly higher than traditional one.
If an intended mother has viable oocytes and wants to be a genetic relative to a child, gestational surrogacy might be a better choice for you.
Keep in mind that genetic link between surrogate and child, which is present in traditional surrogacy could make the process more complicated.
Traditional surrogates share genes with future child/children and often want more involvement with intended parents than gestational surrogates.
Unlike traditional surrogacy gestational surrogacy allows to use modern methods of state of the art technology for early diagnosis and prevention of inherited genetic diseases PGD PGS.
The word "gestation" means pregnancy. Gestational substitution implies carrying a child to whom a woman is not genetically related.
Three options are possible:
Gestational surrogacy might be especially helpful in case of :
Repeated failed IVF attempts, provided viable embryos are obtained, and the transfer does not result in a pregnancy;
High risk of pregnancy complications and/or miscarriage (heart, kidney disease, Rh isoimmunization, advacnced age);
Absolute contraindications for pregnancy, such as Inoperable damage to the uterus or endometrium or complete absence of the organ.
This may include:
Previous diagnosis of infertility;
Lack of a sexual partner;
Oncopathology and planned radiation or chemotherapy;
The menstrual cycle disorder, the presence of polycystic disease;
Being an LGBTQ* couple.
Parenthood is one of the most serious and lasting decisions in human life. This means that secure, professional partners are vital.
The signature of the “Create U Future” approach is the high level of experience of lawyers and fertility specialists, strict adherence to the protocols and guidelines at all stages, thorough check of donor material to ensure health of future mother and child.
"Every case is different" is our motto. We do our best to find the best treatment plan for your particular case, surround you with care covering all issues from insurance and financial support, to thorough diagnosis.
At "Create U Future", we understand that parenthood is a complex process where results can only be guaranteed when all components are working right. We are proud to have gathered lawyers, fertility specialists, psychologists, nutritionists, and financial consultants to solve even complicated reproductive issues. We are there for you at every step of your fertility journey, from finding a donor and solving legal issues to preparing for pregnancy and childbirth and ensuring the latest protocols are followed at all stages of pregnancy (prenatal care) and childbirth. By providing access to the best specialists and international standards of practice, we save time, money and protect health.
All our donors undergo profound genetic screening to eliminate the risk of hereditary and sexually transmitted disease, psychological assessment (including IQ), and fertility checks to ensure highest possible quality of donor material.
In-depth donor screening - our standard is genetic screening of donors to rule out hereditary and sexually transmitted diseases, psychological evaluation (including IQ) and fertility testing. The quality of donor material is our priority.
Modern reproductive technology of “Create U Future” gives a chance to become a parent even after menopause.
We offer cryopreservation services, helping you to increase your chances of having a healthy baby, to protect your genetic material from aging and preserve your genetic material, sperm, and embryos.
The process of PGS and PGD are part of ivf preimplantation genetic diagnosis, which consist of 8 steps.
Our experts will answer all your questions concerning Gestational Surrogacy Services.
At "Create U future" we do our best to find best treatment options for you and your future child. Our staff make thorough analysis of the patient's medical history, fertility testing and more. Even if gestational surrogacy is unlikely to get desired results, we offer a range of other reproductive technologies including traditional surrogacy and IVF with donor sperm.
Drafting a treatment plan and financial plan.
Plans of both parties for surrogacy are taken into consideration. Appointments are made with preselected potential surrogates. Once selected, the surrogate undergoes a mental health evaluation as well as a thorough medical examination by the IVF doctor of the intended parents.
We provide gestational carrier selection by race, religion, age, sexual orientation, and personality traits, prefilter surrogates who are likely to develop Rh-conflict with future child.
"Create U Future" provides sample contracts, explaining the parties' legal rights, surrogate compensation and potential risks.
Preparation for the IVF procedure.
The patient and the surrogate will need to take hormonal medications to help synchronize menstrual cycles.
Then the future mother undergoes hormonal stimulation of superovulation (a kind of ovulation where several oocytes mature at the same time) and surrogate receives therapy to prepare her body for pregnancy. The goal of this stage is to ensure the growth of endometrium in the future mother and the maturation of donor follicles, inasmuch as they are both necessary for the successful implantation of an embryo.
At the next stage the donor's oocytes are fertilized by the spermatozoa of the future father.
After a few days the healthiest embryos - 1 or 2 - are transferred to the uterus of the gestational surrogate mother. “Create U Future” provides the opportunity to save unused embryos for later storage.