The process of gestational surrogacy involves in vitro fertilization (IVF). The female Intended Parent (or egg donor) receives hormonal medications to generate multiple eggs. The eggs are then harvested and fertilized with the male partner’s sperm and the healthy embryos are transferred into the uterus of the gestational carrier, who has been treated with hormones.
The success of gestational surrogacy is high and largely depends on the quality of the eggs and the sperm. Gestational surrogates are carefully chosen and screened by Go Surrogacy Clinics, in order to increase the chances of the surrogate becoming pregnant and having a successful pregnancy and live birth.