Surrogacy

Traditional and Gestational Surrogacy

Traditional Surrogacy and Gestational Surrogacy

Surrogacy is one of the Most Sparkling  Options to have One Tiny One or more than One Tiny One as sometimes the  Miracles happen! If you are the couple and your utmost dream is the Tiny  Bundle who is the Brand–New Blended Version of you both, and it is possible to design the Boutique Tiny One using your oocytes and sperm,  you will have the absolutely authentic on the genetic level, Your Tiny  One!


Decades  ago, Gestational Surrogacy was the boutique option to have the Tiny  Bundle who is your absolute tiny version as you and your loved one are  the genetic parents of your tiny one or tiny ones! Today is in our  reality!

Surrogacy is one of the most sophisticated options for the couples, for the same–sex couples, and for the single parents. It  makes it possible to have the Tiny Bundles! An absolutely authentic  tiny bundle, a half–authentic tiny bundle or the tiny bundle who is not  yours genetically but will be yours during all the life as this  brand–new version will have nearly your appearance!


The  Mothers who turn your dreams into reality are called the Surrogate  Mothers! Surrogate Mothers are wonderful women who make your utmost  dream of hugging the tiny Bundle or Tiny Bundles real! They are really  Gorgeous! They are dedicated to sharing their ability to carry the tiny  ones beneath their hearts and to present those tiny ones to the intended  parents! This is a real Miracle!

Traditional and Gestational Surrogacy are two unparalleled versions of the surrogacy. Wondering WHY?


(1)Traditional Surrogacy Dimension

Let’s Glance “INSIDE” the Traditional Surrogacy Dimension 

This Surrogacy is also termed as “partial surrogacy” or “genetic surrogacy”  because the Surrogate Mother has the genetic link to the tiny one or  tiny ones she carries. The genetic “blueprint” of the Surrogate Mother  may complicate the Traditional Surrogacy both emotionally and legally but this version of the surrogacy is designed for single men, same–sex male couples, and intended mothers who cannot produce healthy oocytes. 


How can they create the tiny embryo if the Traditional Surrogacy is chosen? 

For this type of Surrogacy the tiny sparkling embryos may be created  through intrauterine insemination (IUI) to artificially inseminate the  surrogate mother using the intended father’s sperm or through in vitro  insemination (IVF) to design the tiny sparkling embryos in the  laboratory in two ways: standard insemination or insemination through  intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

Intrauterine  insemination is the most natural option designed by the specialist to  achieve pregnancy. The tiny Embryo is designed as the blend of the  Surrogate Mother’s oocyte and intended father’s spermatozoon. 


Wondering what is an ‘EMBRYO’? Here you GO… The assembly of a new life first depends on the union  between a spermatozoon and an oocyte culminating in fertilization. If  the fertilization occurs, the EMBRYO APPEARS. Fertilization is a  mysterious phenomenon that turns two cells into a tiny embryo–dude or a  tiny  embryo–lady, or if two oocytes are fertilized than…two tiny  embryo–dudes! Or two tiny embryo–ladies! Or if three oocytes are  fertilized than three tiny embryo–babies: two tiny Handsome Embryo–Dudes  and one Tiny Sparkling Embryo–Lady! The Miracles Start Here… The Tiny  Sparkles are here… Many versions can be inserted here…


How Does the Tiny Sparkling Embryo Appear in a Natural Way?

Wondering  how does Fertilization happen? Usually, a spermatozoon and an oocyte  ‘meet’ in one of the two Fallopian tubes that connect the ovaries to the  womb (uterus). Wondering how does the embryo–baby normally ‘appears’  and implants in the uterus? The tiny embryo–dude or the tiny embryo–lady  (fertilized oocyte) then moves down the Fallopian tube by being wafted  by fine hairs inside the tubes until it reaches the womb (uterus) two,  three or four days later. Once there, this tiny embryo–bundle wonders  where it should cuddle up itself in this new place. And it implants,  attaching itself to the womb lining and that is where it usually  continues to grow and develop.

The  ability of the Fallopian tube to transfer the early embryo into the  uterus is an excessive modality for a successful pregnancy. Apparently,  structural abnormalities and functional abnormalities of the Fallopian  tube will interfere with the embryo transfer process that can lead to  tubal pregnancy.


How Does the Embryo Appear in Case if it is IVF Treatment Cycle? 

In  Vitro Fertilization Treatment Cycle is designed to create the Tiny  Sparkling Embryos in the laboratory and after that to transfer them to  the mother’s uterus. In other words, FERTILIZATION [or EMBRYO  ‘CREATION’] happens in the laboratory.


The Tiny Perfect Embryos Are Made Exclusively [‘DESIGNED’] For You

Fertilization  (making the embryos from your oocytes and your husband’s sperm) is  possible even in difficult cases. Not always the standard insemination  can be used for the oocyte fertilization.

Embryologists  will ‘design’ half–authentic your tiny sparkling embryo–ladies and  handsome embryo–dudes in the laboratory. Half–authentic as their Genetic  Code will be designed from the Surrogate Mother’s Genetic Code and from  intended father’s genetic code.

They  will take the retrieved oocytes of the Surrogate Mother and toss them  in a Petri dish with the intended father’s sperm and let them do their  Mysterious Thing [YAY!]... Another option is called intracytoplasmic  sperm injection (ICSI), where the Embryologists manually fertilize the  oocytes with the sperm individually, but it is for extreme cases only.  The ICSI procedure is done with the aid of a microscope and fine  instruments, one single, boutique–quality spermatozoon is taken and  injected directly into every Surrogate Mother’s mature oocyte.

Indications  for ICSI include such cases as the previous semen analysis  demonstrating significant abnormalities, in situations where surgical  aspiration of sperm from the vas deferens or testicle, or a previous IVF  cycle with poor fertilization. You will know the next morning how many  of the Surrogate Mother’s oocytes have been fertilized correctly. After  that, you will be waiting three long days or…more.

The  embryologist will tell you how many embryos Fair, Good, and Excellent  quality are. Can you imagine that? Those ones glittering gorgeous tiny  embryo–ladies and handsome embryo–dudes were designed especially for  you. All of them are perfect. And all of them are anticipating the time  when they will be transferred!


The Actual Embryo Transfer seems that the sparkling tiny ones are Launched!

The  Actual Embryo Transfer Occurs in This Way…The Miracle for Your Tiny  Sparkling Embryo (or More Than One Tiny Sparkle…) Starts from being  taken out from the Petri Dish and Placed in the Private, Premium–Level  “Shuttle” (Catheter)! Three, two, one… GO! Imagine! Drive Through!  Launch!

The embryo will appear inside  Surrogate Mother’s uterus via a tiny catheter. Your tiny scared  embryo–lady or embryo–dude is taken out of the Petri–dish and waits for a  ‘BIG TRANSFER’. If it is the time to replace this small embryo–bundle  from the tube inside Surrogate Mother’s uterus, it is placed inside a  flexible catheter. The procedure of Embryo Transfer takes only several  minutes. It takes all of three minutes to insert a weird kind of  catheter, get it to where it needs to be, accurately place your little  embryo inside your uterus, and that is all. YES, and it has to ‘LEARN’  so many things inside. It wonders: ‘Where am I?’ ‘What has happened?’  ‘Everything is pulsating around me…’ ‘Should I curl up here or there?’  ‘Oh, it is better on the left side?’ ‘I am scared. I will just cuddle up  to that warm place and sleep there.’


Are There the Miracles to Happen After That? Yes, Be Sure!

If  you can see those tiny heartbeats on the ultrasound screen, your tiny  embryo or fetus is alive! You will go through many things before this  UNIQUE MOMENT. They will perform the first external ultrasound to  determine how does your little one spend its time inside Surrogate  Mother. It’ll be terrifying, but you will keep your focus on the black  and white screen by your side. And if you can see those tiny heartbeats  (that glittering red spot or several spots) on the ultrasound screen,  your tiny embryo or fetus is with you, inside Surrogate Mother. Amused?  Just curl a smile!


What Happens After this Mysterious Heartbeat Visualization? 

From  this moment, the Surrogate Mother will carry the tiny one as if it were  any other pregnancy. When your Tiny Bundle is born, the Surrogate  Mother will be the biological mother and will have the parental rights.  Therefore, the newborn bundle should be legally adopted by the intended  parents.


Traditional Surrogacy Cost: 

Every  pregnancy is absolutely unique. Every Surrogate Mother is absolutely  unique. Every tiny bundle growing inside the surrogate mother is also  absolutely unique. Therefore, every surrogacy case involves its unique  factors that can impact the overall fees and price. Here, it should be  noted, that all the basic Terms and Conditions will be formulated and  included into Surrogacy Services Initial Agreement/Surrogacy Contract.  Before you sign the initial version of the Surrogacy Contract, there  would be the negotiations, and if the consensus is established the draft  version/versions of the Surrogacy Contract will be prepared to further  discussion.

You and your attorney  will Draft and Negotiate the Surrogacy Contract Terms and Conditions,  include and exclude things that may cause the misunderstanding between  you and surrogate mother, discuss with the surrogate mother everything  in the utmost details. And only after that you and your surrogate mother  will sign initial Surrogacy Contract. The more accurately you formulate  every tiny detail and note it down to the Surrogacy Contract, the fewer  misunderstandings and misinterpretations will be in the future. If  something is too multiplex to understand, ask the attorney to interpret  you everything about that. If something may cause an inaccurate  interpretation, ask the attorney to reformulate the Terms/Conditions to  avoid the dual interpretation. The Surrogacy Contract is a legally  binding contract. Therefore prior to signing it, ask to have each term  fully explained to you so that you clearly understand the agreement. And  do ask to include the ESTIMATED COSTS for everything with two extremes:  the minimum price and the maximum price. For example, the Surrogate  Mother’s fee ($20,000–22,000 for single–birth, $24,000–28,000 for twins,  $30,000–34,000 for triplets, etc.).

In general, intended parent/intended parents will be required to pay the following expenses:

Program fees paid to Surrogacy Agency: 

(1) Attorney and Surrogacy Agency Fees;

(2) Counseling Costs;

(3) Legal Contracts Included Fee;

(4) Traditional Surrogacy Fee;

(5) International Fee;

(6) Coordination for a Traditional Surrogate.

Screening fees and medical expenses: 

(7) Blood Screening Panel for Surrogate Mother & Intended Parent/Parents;

(8) Surrogate Mother’s Medical Evaluation;

(9) Intended parent’s/parents’ Medical Evaluation;

(10) Psychological Evaluation;

(11) Medications for Surrogate Mother;

(12) Surrogate Mother’s medical expenses, including IUI or IVF expenses.

Other surrogate–related fees: 

(13) Surrogate Mother’s monthly allowance;

(14) Maternity Clothing Allowance;

(15) Birth Documents;

(16)  Invasive Procedure fees (HSG, Mock Cycle, Mock Transfer, Cerclage. Also  may be paid for non-medical cycle cancellation. Most clinics now  perform a HSG at screening).

Fees you may pay, depending on circumstances:

(17) Lost Wages (insurance and actual earnings for working Surrogates only);

(18) Travel Expenses;

(19) Multiple Fee (this fee is paid to Surrogate Mother for each additional baby carried beyond one);

(20)  C–Section Fee (sometimes C–Section is strongly recommended by the  doctors or this surgery can be done in emergency cases when there is an  increased risk for the health of the Surrogate Mother and the baby she  carries).

Fees rarely paid:

(21)  Loss of Reproductive Capabilities (any Loss of or loss of function to  Fallopian tubes, uterus, and/or complete hysterectomy);

(22) Surgery for an ectopic pregnancy;

(23) Amniocentesis Fee;

(24) Dilation and Curettage Surgery (D&C), Selective Reduction Termination.


Traditional Surrogacy Laws:

Most  of the laws are so complicated. You are trying to understand them but  there are so many nuances hidden behind every sentence, every word, and  even every letter! It turns you into the bundle of nerves because of the  embarrassing interpretations. They may interpret one law in so many  versions! Or even blend one law with the other. No one will understand  completely what is going on except attorneys! Lack of transparency and  inclusiveness in the law may lead to misinterpretation and the adverse  consequences in the future. And we all know about that.

Surrogacy  laws can be extremely confusing — especially because not every country  has transparent laws regulating surrogacy. Not every country has the  surrogacy laws that don’t have dual interpretations. And not every  country has completely formulated and inclusively represented surrogacy  laws that “shape” the legal surrogacy process for both parties (for  intended parent/parents and surrogate mothers).

This type of  Surrogacy involves additional legal complications and processes, such  as termination of maternal parental rights (as the Surrogate mother is  the baby’s mother) and step–parent adoption of the baby by the intended  parent/parents. For these reasons, it is very important to consult with  an excessively experienced attorney in Surrogacy Dimension through every  stage of this surrogacy process.

Traditional and Gestational Surrogacy are regulated by the country/state  laws. In some countries/states surrogacy is not legal at all.  Traditional surrogacy may be illegal even in some countries/states where  gestational surrogacy is legal. In this case, it is possible to choose  the donor oocyte and make the surrogacy gestational as the Surrogate  Mother will be not the mother for the baby she carries. The Surrogate  Mother will be the Gestational carrier for the tiny bundle she carries  because the genetic content will be yours and the oocyte–donor’s. There  won’t be the genetic link between your baby and Surrogate Mother.


(2)Gestational Surrogacy Dimension

Let’s Glance “INSIDE” the Gestational Surrogacy Dimension 

Gestational  Surrogacy is the most favorable and preferable type of surrogacy  nowadays. Gestational Surrogate Mother sometimes is called as  “Gestational Carrier” because the Surrogate Mother doesn’t have the  genetic link to the tiny one or tiny ones she carries. The baby has the  genetic “blueprint” of the intended parents (intended mother’s and  intended father’s) or intended parent and donor’s (intended mother’s and  sperm donor’s; oocyte donor’s and intended father’s or oocyte donor’s  and sperm donor’s).


Gestational Surrogacy is designed for couples:

(1) intended mothers who can produce healthy oocytes and intended fathers who can produce healthy sperm),

(2) for couples who would like to use the donor’s oocyte and intended father’s sperm or,

(3)  for couples when the intended mother cannot carry the pregnancy but may  produce the healthy oocytes and the father cannot produce healthy  sperm, therefore, the sperm donor is needed),

(4)  for the couples who cannot produce healthy oocytes and sperm but do  want to have the tiny one or ones (both donors are needed: donor oocyte  and donor sperm).

For the same sex–couples: 

(5)  “Two–Mommies Program”, when it is impossible to carry a pregnancy but  the intended mothers can produce healthy oocytes, the sperm donor is  also needed;

(6) “Two–Mommies  Program”, when it is impossible to carry a pregnancy and the intended  mothers cannot produce healthy oocytes, both oocyte donor and sperm  donor is needed;

(7) “Two–Daddies  Program”, when the intended fathers can produce the healthy sperm, but  Traditional Surrogacy is forbidden by the law, therefore, oocyte donor  is needed and the Surrogate Mother will carry the baby without a genetic  link, though won’t have the parental rights;

(8)  “Two–Daddies Program”, when the intended fathers cannot produce healthy  sperm, and Traditional Surrogacy is forbidden by the law, therefore,  sperm donor and oocyte donor are needed. The Surrogate Mother will carry  the baby without a genetic link, though won’t have the parental rights.

For single parents: 

(9)  “One Mommy Program”, when it is impossible to carry a pregnancy but the  intended mothers can produce healthy oocytes, the sperm donor is also  needed;

(10) “One Mommy Program”,  when it is impossible to carry a pregnancy and the intended mothers  cannot produce healthy oocytes, both oocyte donor and sperm donor is  needed;

(11) “One Daddy Program”,  when the intended fathers cannot produce healthy sperm, and Traditional  Surrogacy is forbidden by the law, therefore, sperm donor and oocyte  donor are needed. The Surrogate Mother will carry the baby without a  genetic link, though won’t have the parental rights.

(12)  “One Daddy Program”, when the intended fathers cannot produce healthy  sperm, and Traditional Surrogacy is forbidden by the law, therefore,  sperm donor and oocyte donor are needed. The Surrogate Mother will carry  the baby without a genetic link, though won’t have the parental rights.

How can they create the tiny embryo if the Gestational Surrogacy is chosen? 

The  tiny Embryo will be designed as the blend of the Intended Mother’s  oocyte/donor’s oocyte and intended father’s spermatozoon/donor’s  spermatozoon. The Surrogate Mother won’t have the genetic link with the  tiny one. She will only carry the small bundle and will give a birth to  the tiny one or tiny ones.

For the  Gestational Surrogacy the tiny sparkling embryos may be created through  in vitro insemination (IVF) to artificially inseminate the intended  mother’s oocytes using (1) the intended father’s sperm or (2) the  donor’s sperm, or (3) using the donor’s oocytes and the intended  father’s sperm, or (4) using the donor’s oocytes and the donor’s sperm.

To  design the tiny sparkling embryos in the laboratory they will use two  strategies: standard insemination or insemination through  intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

In Vitro Fertilization for the Traditional Surrogacy. How Does the Embryo Appear in Case if it is IVF Treatment Cycle? 

In  Vitro Fertilization Treatment Cycle is designed to create the Tiny  Sparkling Embryos in the laboratory and after that to transfer them to  the mother’s uterus. In other words, FERTILIZATION [or EMBRYO  ‘CREATION’] happens in the laboratory.

The Tiny Perfect Embryos Are Made Exclusively [‘DESIGNED’] For You

Fertilization  (making the embryos from your oocytes and your husband’s sperm) is  possible even in difficult cases. Not always the standard insemination  can be used for the oocyte fertilization.

Embryologists  will ‘design’ absolutely–authentic your tiny sparkling embryo–ladies  and handsome embryo–dudes in the laboratory. Absolutely authentic as  their Genetic Code will be designed from the Intended Mother’s/donor  oocyte Genetic Code and from intended father’s/donor sperm genetic code.  The Surrogate Mother won’t have the genetic link with the tiny one. She  will only carry the small bundle and will give a birth to the tiny one  or tiny ones.

If you are Intended  Mother, they will take your retrieved oocytes and toss them in a Petri  dish with the intended father’s sperm and let them do their Mysterious  Thing [YAY!]... If you cannot produce the oocytes, they will take the  donor’s oocytes and the intended father’s sperm and let them do their  Mysterious Thing [YAY!]... If your husband cannot produce the healthy  sperm, they will take your retrieved oocytes and toss them in a Petri  dish with the donor’s sperm and let them do their Mysterious Thing  [YAY!]... If there is a serious complication and you both do want to  have a tiny one, they can take both donor’s oocytes and donor’s sperm,  toss them in a Petri dish with the intended father’s sperm and let them  do their Mysterious Thing [YAY!]...

Another  option is called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), where the  Embryologists manually fertilize the oocytes with the sperm  individually, but it is for extreme cases only. The ICSI procedure is  done with the aid of a microscope and fine instruments, one single,  boutique–quality spermatozoon is taken and injected directly into every  mature oocyte.

Indications for ICSI  include such cases as the previous semen analysis demonstrating  significant abnormalities, in situations where surgical aspiration of  sperm from the vas deferens or testicle, or a previous IVF cycle with  poor fertilization. You will know the next morning how many of  your/donor’s oocytes have been fertilized correctly. After that, you  will be waiting three long days or…more.

The  embryologist will tell you how many embryos Fair, Good, and Excellent  quality are. Can you imagine that? Those ones glittering gorgeous tiny  embryo–ladies and handsome embryo–dudes were designed especially for  you. All of them are perfect. And all of them are anticipating the time  when they will be transferred!

The Actual Embryo Transfer seems that the sparkling tiny ones are Launched!

The  Actual Embryo Transfer Occurs in This Way…The Miracle for Your Tiny  Sparkling Embryo (or More Than One Tiny Sparkle…) Starts from being  taken out from the Petri Dish and Placed in the Private, Premium–Level  “Shuttle” (Catheter)! Three, two, one… GO! Imagine! Drive Through!  Launch!

The embryo will appear inside  Surrogate Mother’s uterus via a tiny catheter. Your tiny scared  embryo–lady or embryo–dude is taken out of the Petri–dish and waits for a  ‘BIG TRANSFER’. If it is the time to replace this small embryo–bundle  from the tube inside Surrogate Mother’s uterus, it is placed inside a  flexible catheter. The procedure of Embryo Transfer takes only several  minutes. It takes all of three minutes to insert a weird kind of  catheter, get it to where it needs to be, accurately place your little  embryo inside your uterus, and that is all. YES, and it has to ‘LEARN’  so many things inside. It wonders: ‘Where am I?’ ‘What has happened?’  ‘Everything is pulsating around me…’ ‘Should I curl up here or there?’  ‘Oh, it is better on the left side?’ ‘I am scared. I will just cuddle up  to that warm place and sleep there.’

Are There the Miracles to Happen After That? Yes, Be Sure!

If  you can see those tiny heartbeats on the ultrasound screen, your tiny  embryo or fetus is alive! You will go through many things before this  UNIQUE MOMENT. They will perform the first external ultrasound to  determine how does your little one spend its time inside Surrogate  Mother. It’ll be terrifying, but you will keep your focus on the black  and white screen by your side. And if you can see those tiny heartbeats  (that glittering red spot or several spots) on the ultrasound screen,  your tiny embryo or fetus is with you, inside Surrogate Mother. Amused?  Just curl a smile!

What Happens After this Mysterious Heartbeat Visualization? 

From  this moment, the Surrogate Mother will carry the tiny one as if it were  any other pregnancy. When your Tiny Bundle is born, the Surrogate  Mother WON’T BE the biological mother and WON’T have the parental  rights. Therefore, the newborn bundle shouldn’t be legally adopted by  the intended parents. The newborn bundle will be yours! No one else’s!


Gestational Surrogacy Cost: 

Gestational  Surrogacy Costs depend on many factors. In every case, the expenses and  the ultimate cost will be different. It is essential that you and your  attorney and the Surrogate Mother with her attorney design the draft  versions of the Gestational Surrogacy Contract and after that negotiate  it to make one draft version blended from the Terms and Conditions  represented in two draft versions. After that, it is vital to formulate  all the Terms and Conditions, all the Costs and Expenses and to design  the most transparent and inclusive initial Gestational Surrogacy  Contract that will be signed. In the event of a dispute between the  Intended Parents and Gestational Surrogate Mother (Gestational Carrier)  regarding either party’s obligations under the Gestational Surrogacy  Contract, the parties should agree to submit such dispute to  arbitration.

The more accurately you  formulate every tiny detail and note it down to the Surrogacy Contract,  the fewer misunderstandings and misinterpretations will be in the  future. If something is too multiplex to understand, ask the attorney to  interpret you everything about that. If something may cause an  inaccurate interpretation, ask the attorney to reformulate the  Terms/Conditions to avoid the dual interpretation. The Surrogacy  Contract is a legally binding contract. Therefore prior to signing it,  ask to have each term fully explained to you so that you clearly  understand the agreement. And do ask to include the ESTIMATED COSTS for  everything with two extremes: the minimum price and the maximum price.  For example, the Surrogate Mother’s fee ($20,000–22,000 for  single–birth, $24,000–28,000 for twins, $30,000–34,000 for triplets,  etc.).

In general, intended parent/intended parents will be required to pay the following expenses:

Program fees paid to Surrogacy Agency: 

(1) Attorney and Surrogacy Agency Fees;

(2) Counseling Costs;

(3) Legal Contracts Included Fee;

(4) Gestational Surrogacy Fee;

(5) International Fee;

(6) Coordination for a Gestational Surrogate.

Screening fees and medical expenses: 

(7) Blood Screening Panel for Surrogate Mother & Intended Parent/Parents;

(8) Surrogate Mother’s Medical Evaluation;

(9) Intended parent’s/parents’ Medical Evaluation;

(10) Psychological Evaluation;

(11) Medications for Surrogate Mother;

(12) Surrogate Mother’s medical expenses, including IVF expenses.

Oocyte/sperm donation program fees:

(13) Oocyte Donation Program Fees;

(14) Sperm Donation Program Fees.

In Vitro Fertilization Treatment Cycle (if the intended mother can produce the healthy oocytes):

(15) Intended Mother’s Medical Evaluation;

(16) Psychological Evaluation;

(17) Medications for Intended Mother;

(18) Oocyte Retrieval Fees (if the intended mother can produce the healthy oocytes);

(19) Elective Fertility Preservation: oocyte freezing option may be proposed;

(20) Elective Fertility Preservation: embryo freezing option may be proposed.

In Vitro Fertilization Treatment Cycle (if the intended father can produce the healthy sperm):

(19) Intended Father’s Medical Evaluation;

(20) Psychological Evaluation;

(21) Medications for Intended Father;

(22) Elective Fertility Preservation: sperm freezing option may be proposed.

Other surrogate–related fees: 

(23) Surrogate Mother’s monthly allowance;

(24) Maternity Clothing Allowance;

(25) Birth Documents;

(26)  Invasive Procedure fees (HSG, Mock Cycle, Mock Transfer, Cerclage. Also  may be paid for non-medical cycle cancellation. Most clinics now  perform a HSG at screening).

Fees you may pay, depending on circumstances:

(27) Lost Wages (insurance and actual earnings for working Surrogates only);

(28) Travel Expenses;

(29) Multiple Fee (this fee is paid to Surrogate Mother for each additional baby carried beyond one);

(30)  C–Section Fee (sometimes C–Section is strongly recommended by the  doctors or this surgery can be done in emergency cases when there is an  increased risk for the health of the Surrogate Mother and the baby she  carries).

Fees rarely paid:

(31)  Loss of Reproductive Capabilities (any Loss of or loss of function to  Fallopian tubes, uterus, and/or complete hysterectomy);

(32) Surgery for an ectopic pregnancy;

(33) Amniocentesis Fee;

(34) Dilation and Curettage Surgery (D&C), Selective Reduction Termination.


Gestational Surrogacy Laws

While  surrogacy law can be extremely complicated, the legal process for  Gestational Surrogacy is often less complex than for Traditional  Surrogacy. In Gestational Surrogacy, at least one parent is usually  genetically related to the baby, simplifying custody issues.

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