We stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends, ensuring you receive the highest standard of care and guidance. Having gone through surrogacy firsthand, we've experienced many pitfalls, costing us a significant amount time and money. We're here to guide you from making the same mistakes.
When you choose to work with us, we establish connections with top-tier fertility clinics, lawyers, psychologists, financial advisors, and more. Our extensive network of professionals allows us to deliver exceptional care while maximizing your savings. Rest assured that we have cultivated strong relationships with each team member, ensuring both cost-effectiveness and the highest quality of service.
We take the time to understand your unique circumstances, preferences, and goals, tailoring our services to meet your specific needs. When working with us, you have one main point of contact throughout your journey.
We genuinely care about your journey to parenthood. Our team is committed to providing compassionate support, ensuring you feel heard, understood and fully supported throughout the entire process. When working with us, we support and take care of everything.
We prioritize your privacy and confidentiality. Your personal information and journey details are handled with the utmost discretion and professionalism.
When I entered the surrogacy world in 2017 as an Intended Parent, I felt completely lost with all of the different acronyms and terms. It seemed as though I was learning a whole new language!
Here are the most commonly used terms and acronyms that we recommend familiarizing yourself with:
The individual(s) on the path to parenthood.
The individual who will undergo an embryo transfer and carry the baby for the Intended Parents. The term GC is used when the embryo is created by the IPs (or donor embryo, donor egg and/or sperm) and the baby has no biological connection to the person who is pregnant.
The individual who will carry the baby for the Intended Parent(s). Most people will use this term as an umbrella to include “GCs” but technically, a traditional surrogate has a biologic connection to the baby whereas a GC does not.
IVF is the process where the egg and sperm are combined in a laboratory to create an embryo.
The process where the embryo is thawed and transferred.
The physician that treats infertility through surgery, medicine, or procedures. This is the physician who would assist with IVF, IUI (Intrauterine Insemination), and other surgeries to help with reproduction.
The number of subsequent days post embryo transfer. This is often a very exciting yet nerve-racking time as families are eagerly counting down the days until they can confirm whether the transfer was successful, resulting in a positive pregnancy confirmation.
This is the blood test, typically conducted 10-14 days post embryo transfer, to determine if the surrogate is pregnant.
A legal document that protects the Intended Parents and establishes parentage prior to the baby being born. Depending on the state where the baby is born, a PBO will dictate what is legally required to assign legal parentage of the baby.
A letter written from the IP's attorney to the fertility clinic after the IPs and GC/Surrogate have signed the legal contract. This letter indicates that both parties have come to an agreement and clears everyone from a legal standpoint for an embryo transfer.
Our goal at Surrogacy Simplified is to help you feel confident as you navigate each phase of your journey to parenthood. We offer comprehensive education to increase your confidence and understanding about the rewarding yet complicated process of surrogacy.
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