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SurrogacyUK.care is dedicated to taking the misunderstandings out of fertility alternatives. We value our clients and go after options to each individuals" needs and only offer people that have the best chance of success. By fostering associations with leading fertility experts round the world, we"ve built an extensive network of support for our clients.

You can also find us in these areas near you: Bath, Beechen Cliff, Lyncombe Hill, Oldfield Park, Dolemeads, East Twerton, Walcot, Bear Flat, Bathwick, Sion Hill

 

Our caring and detailed consulting for fertility alternatives truly set us apart, allowing us to help you on your journey.

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–           renowned fertility clinics, IVF specialists and physicians

–           doulas and midwives with surrogacy experience

–           highly-specialized fertility lawyers

–           psychologists, counsellors, and social workers

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We have the right people in place to make your dreams become a reality with our highly-(trained|skilled|experienced} and dedicated team. Our goal is to make your journey towards parenthood as stress-free and successful as possible. We provide detailed support through our:

–           Trust and accounting department

–           Intended parent case specialists

–           Surrogate support specialists

–           Management team

–           Sacred programs for surrogates, planned parents, and egg donors

–           Full service egg donation

 

Why:

 

SurrogacyUK Care gives you premium access to an enormous international network of professional clinics to service your requirements as the intended parent(s).

We will be there every step of the way, supporting your physical, medical and emotional needs as we show you through the surrogacy and adoption process.

Our high requirements of practice make SurrogacyUK Care the ultimate destination for care, instruction, assistance and support.

Our caring and detailed consulting for fertility solutions truly places us apart, making us the ultimate destination for surrogacy assessment services.

Finally, SurrogacyUK Care provides the most affordable price point on the market. We want for you to make your dreams of experiencing a family become a reality, while letting you sustain your capability to fund and support that family down the road and well in to the future.

 

What is Surrogacy

 

Gestational surrogacy is the process whereby a woman – the gestational surrogate – consents to a embryo copy process, otherwise known as an IVF Procedure. In this method, an embryo (or plural embryos) deriving from the couple obtaining the surrogacy service is implanted in the surrogate. If and when the procedure is successful, the surrogate becomes impregnated with the child of the couple (the planned parents). The amount of engagement with the surrogate thereafter is absolutely up to the intended parents – typically, the couple is involved with the initial IVF treatments, and being present at the moment of labor and birth of their child. They then assume responsibility for the child post-delivery and make the long term move to legal parenthood.

Surrogacy Timeline

 

The process starts by selecting a surrogate mother for your embryo and IVF procedure

Afterward we sit down together with you and modify costs across a variety of realms including, but not limited to medical, alimentary, accommodations, legal fees, transportation and so forth.

Reliable, safe and innovative medical rules for the IVF procedure.

Reliable, safe and detailed good care during medical sessions supervising the pregnancy.

Legal aid with respect to the nationality of your child, as well as formal adoption procedures and assuming responsibility of the baby once the surrogate has given birth

What is IVF

 

IVF is a process women choose to undergo when they are having difficulties with infertility. The conventional IVF involves removing the human oocytes from the ovaries and the fertilization process, accomplished by “letting" motile spermatozoa to fertilize the oocytes into a particular culture medium. This means that once embryos are produced, they are transferred into the uterine cavity through a process called Embryo Transfer. IVF is employed to mimic the biological functions, in vivo.

IVF can be used for women who have blocked or harmed fallopian tubes, thus stopping the egg and sperm from meeting naturally. IVF also may help you and your partner if your infertility is unexplained and/or the male partner has a minimal sperm count. Other factors like mature age endometriosis, immunology, being overweight and mindset may lead people to infertility. IVF could be the treatment for you if these factors enter into play during this stressful time in your lives. 

IVF Timeline

Step 1: Follicular Development and Monitoring

During a woman"s normal menstrual cycle, LH and FSH will be the hormones that the body uses to induce development and maturation of a single oocyte. To be able to optimize your pregnancy rates during IVF, it"s important to have more thatn one tmature oocyte available for fertilization, embryo development and transfer into the uterus. The ovaries are therefore activated using higher levels of the stimulating hormone that normally exist in your body. This is achieved using Gonadotrophin injections. A number of stimulation regimes exist at this time, and the doctor chooses the one suitable to your biological system, to be able to achieve a good number of high quality oocytes. Close monitoring of the follicles (the sacs that contain the growing oocytes in the ovaries) is required and it is achieved with regular ultra-sound to be able to ascertain their size and their amounts. At the correct timing, more hormones will be administered, aiding with the final maturation of the oocytes. Based on all the available feedback and laboratory studies, the most suitable time for the restoration will be established.

Step 2: Oocyte Recovery

This is the procedure by which the doctor gathers the oocytes of the female body, a procedure demanding anesthesia. A small needle enters the top part of the vagina, through the direction of the ultrasound, into the ovary"s follicles. The fluid that is aspirated will be taken to the laboratory, where the oocytes will be identified and transferred into culture media inside an incubator at 37oC to continue the maturation process for several more hours.

Step 3: Fertilization of OOCYTS

In this step, your partner will have to give his test of sperm on the day of the oocyte restoration which will be preserved until needed). His sperm will be carefully made ready with a particular method and the healthy spermatozoa separately. There are about 100,000 motile spermatozoa added per oocyte, with 4-6 hours after oocyte restoration. This is for the fertilization to occur within the following 12-18 hours in the incubator. The insemination process will lead to the fertilization of the oocytes, and resulting embryos are transferred to different culture media to be viewed closely over the next 48 hours.

Step 4: Embryo Transfer

The best embryos are chosen and are transferred through the womb using a little catheter based on their rate of development and morphology. The number of embryos that"ll be transferred is decided in line with the age and medical history of the potential mother; alongside the number and quality of the embryos that have been released during each therapy cycle. For every couple, there"s a possibility of experiencing several child. Embryo transfer is a pain-free method, much like having a cervical smear, and thankfully takes just a few minutes. Once the task has been completed, we recommend a brief resting period in the recovery room. The day after, oocyte retrieval progesterone and other supplements will be given to ensure that the lining of the uterus receives sufficient stimulation and sustains the implantation of the embryos. Quantitative pregnancy tests with blood must also be svheduled 12-14 days after embryo transfer.

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