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Over the years, we have worked with lots of intended parents and we help people like you to experience joy of parenthood.


IVF & Surrogacy

IVF surrogacy uses a third-party “gestational surrogate” to carry the pregnancy when a patient is unable to carry a baby to term herself. The gestational surrogate may also be called the “gestational carrier” or “gestational mother.” 

We’ve helped dozens of parents through their reproductive journeys by counseling them in their decision to pursue In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) combined with surrogacy. We know that as you weigh your options, it’s essential to understand how the IVF surrogacy process works. It’s also important to recognize this choice comes with a number of considerations, but we’re here to help you find your path when it comes to your fertility and your well-being by answering any questions you have around this process.

The gestational surrogate signs a contract with the intended parents to undergo an embryo transfer procedure using embryos created through IVF and to carry the resulting pregnancy.