Sperm Donation for Surrogacy
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Sperm Donation With Surrogacy — At First Glance
Sperm donors are anonymous donors from a variety of backgrounds who share common excellence who have chosen to assist others in fulfilling their dreams of having a family.
Our sperm donors undergo extensive medical and genetic screening, in which the accepted donor’s sperm is frozen and quarantined for six months.
Sperm donation may be used when the male partner has low sperm count, or a genetic defect that the male intended parent does not want to pass on; or used by same-sex female couples and single women pursuing family building options.
Is Sperm Donation The Best Treatment For Us?
For a heterosexual couple, seeking sperm donation is appropriate when the male partner has very low sperm count, has undergone previous radiation or chemotherapy treatment, has a genetic defect and does not want to pass on to child, endured a previous vasectomy or has a blockage of sperm ducts.
For lesbian and single women, in vitro fertilization (IVF) with surrogacy using donor sperm provides the definitive and captivating chance for building a family.
How Do We Select A Suitable Sperm Donor?
We use a strict screening process and superior standards designed to assure each donor beholds a high standard for personal health, family medical history, education, and physical characteristics.
Information on donors may include childhood photos, medical and personal profiles, audio interviews, staff impressions, and donor essays. Profiles will give you an animated assessment about the donor, his likes, dislikes, hobbies, and will provide comprehensive backgrounds on medical and genetic family information.
Our extensive amount of sperm donors are between 18 and 32 years of age in order to minimize genetic abnormalities. Most of our donors are either currently involved with, or have finished their university or masters degree at the time of their participation in our program.
FDA regulations require anonymous sperm donors to be screened for communicable diseases. Donors are ineligible if either screening or testing is positive for either a communicable disease or a risk factor for a communicable disease.
Sperm Donation with Surrogacy Process
Step 1 | Cycle Synchronization
Synchronization of the menstrual cycles of the surrogate and the intended mother is the first step to acquire mature eggs and embryos.
A variation of hormonal medications is used to suppress the women’s ovarian function.
Step 2 | Hormonal Therapy
The surrogate will begin taking estrogen to stimulate endometrial (uterine lining) growth and the intended parent will start taking FSH to stimulate egg production.
Careful monitoring of the ovaries is substantial for the development of high quality eggs as well as patient safety.
Step 3 | Egg Retrieval
Once the fertility doctor has determined that the eggs are mature and ready to be retrieved; as well as the endometrial lining ready for transfer, the intended mother is scheduled for egg retrieval — in which the clinical team will guide a tiny, pliable catheter into the donor to retrieve the egg.
Gentle suction is used to aspirate the fluid and egg into the test tube. Our expert embryologist examines the fluid under a microscope for the presence of the mature eggs.
Step 4 | Fertilization
Once the eggs are retrieved, the IVF laboratory fertilizes the donated sperm with the eggs. The new embryos are incubated and observed for three to five days.
Step 5 | Embryo Transfer
The number of embryos placed in the uterus can greatly influence the success of the cycle, but also can increase the chance of multiple births and will be pre-determined by the proficient fertility specialists.
The embryo transfer employs a soft tube (outer catheter) inserted by your fertility doctor into a smaller tube (inner catheter) and guides the embryos into the uterus of the surrogate.
The embryos are then injected into the uterine cavity. The surrogate continues her estrogen and progesterone treatments.
Step 6 | Pregnancy Success
A pregnancy test is taken two weeks (14 days) after egg retrieval to determine if the cycle is successful. We will continue to monitor and evaluate the surrogate and gradually prepare for the live birth.
We will further monitor blood levels of estrogen and progesterone. Your surrogate mother will have a weekly medical appointment— the regularity of the appointments will be tailored, depending on specific cases.
Step 7 | Birth of Baby
A C-section is scheduled and the Intended parents are required to travel to Tabasco for the birth of the baby. The breastfeeding arrangement for the baby is pre-determined by the Intended Parent/Surrogate Mother contract.
Step 8 | Taking Your Baby Home
When the baby is permitted to leave the hospital, intended parents will be accompanied by a public notary and our CARE reproductive lawyer, Ivan Davydov, to Mexico City (to the Embassy of their residing country) to complete legal documents and civil registry. Intended parents will attain the birth certificate and the child’s passport to travel out of Mexico and back home.
The CARE Surrogacy Center is extensively involved in the latest research, and we are here to help all of our intended parents explore and understand the prodigious possibility that exists with surrogacy in Tabasco, Mexico.
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