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Agency will find and screen a gestational carrier (surrogate) for you. Agency will link you and the carrier with an outside IVF clinic (or you can start with a clinic and it may recommend an agency for you). Agency will often have a list of donor eggs to choose from; IVF clinic may have a separate list. While the egg donor is donating her eggs, eggs are inseminated, and embryos are placed into the gestational carrier, your main contact will be with the IVF clinic. As soon an ultrasound shows a developing embryo at about 10 weeks, the gestational carrier will be sent to the care of her personal obstetrician. The IVF clinic contact ends at that point, and you work directly with the gestational carrier and her OB. Just before the baby is born, the Surrogacy Agency starts the legal processes for correct names to be on the birth certificate and later, if necessary, coordinates the second-parent adoption process in your state if that is possible there. Everything generally takes about 18 months from start to finish.

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Елена, Surrogate Mother
Commented on July 12th, 2019 05:12PM [EDT]
surrogate mother and a donor
Surrogate mother and donor.Ready to start the program.Ready for a full move.Good agreement,conditions, friendship, communication.Email me to discuss.I'm from Russia, I'm 30 years old, have 2 children, married.There are some tests. Write on e-mail: ***
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