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Fertility clinics in Arizona- Suggestions

    • <span  class="bbp-author-name">flip</span>
      flip

      I’m looking for fertility clinics in Arizona that offer surrogacy. My husband and I have been trying for eight years to get pregnant and now we have to consider surrogacy as our last option. Anyone experience with this topic?

      05/01/2020 at 11:08 am
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    • Hi Flip

      my husband and I had our gestational surrogacy at Troché Fertility. It was a wonderful experience. The staff is so caring, they always try to cheer you up no matter what. Also, Dr. Troché always takes his time to explain every step in detail.

      In our case, we had a surrogacy with own gametes. Before the procedure, you and your potential surrogate get a detailed screening so the staff determines if sperm or/and egg donation is necessary. Then the embryo transfer is scheduled. Normally, the first IVF cycle is already successful since the gestational carrier is a healthy woman who is able to carry a pregnancy to term.

      feel free to ask me if you want to know something in detail.

      05/05/2020 at 5:05 pm
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      • So basically the procedure is the same as in a classic IVF. But do I need also a lawyer? What happens if the surrogate wants to keep the baby? How is the legislation regarding surrogacy in Arizona?

        05/06/2020 at 11:18 am
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      • Hi flip,

        first of all, in order to understand the concept of surrogacy, you have to know that there are two types of surrogacies- traditional surrogacy and gestational surrogacy. Traditional surrogacy means that the surrogate herself contributes with her eggs which makes her the biological mother of the child. Due to the emotional implication of the surrogate and legal complications, this practice is becoming more and more redundant.

        Nowadays, clinics perform gestational surrogacy which means that it’s either the intended mother or an egg donor who contributes with her eggs. This is to prevent the emotional involvement of the surrogate mother which is referred to as gestational carrier in this form.

        Now to your question regarding legislation. A so-called pre-birth order stipulates the intended parents as the legal parents before the baby is born. Thus, it is not possible for the gestational carrier to keep the baby should she change her mind.

        Read more about this topic here: How does surrogacy work?

        Last but not least, when you’re looking for a fertility clinic, it is important that you chose the one you most feel comfortable with. Dealing with infertility is already stressful, so avoid any additional inconveniences. Therefore, we from inviTRA recommend you to visit at least 2 or 3 different fertility clinics in order to compare your impression of each one. Here you have an overview of fertility clinics in your area: Clinic directory.

        Hope this helps you,

        wish you all the best.

        05/06/2020 at 11:31 am
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    • Hello, need advice.
      How to choose the right company that can do this? Which country is better, is there any rating?
      Found this surrogacy company in Georgia (startyoursurrogacy.com)
      Is there any rating of such companies?

      05/09/2020 at 4:58 pm
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