Generals

What is the cost of the program?

The price of our protocols depends on the number of services you need and the time of year when the process begins. We can provide an approximate cost but to know the final and total price we must begin a process of exchange of information that can take up to a month.

The customer has to pay everything at once?

No. Step by step. It begins with a payment to guarantee the coverage of the process until 12 weeks of gestation. Then a second payment is made to cover costs until delivery, and once the baby is born, the pregnant woman is remunerated, which would be the third and final payment.

In what currency do you have to pay?

Euro/USD

Do customers pay in Spain?

They can, but it will be better to pay directly to the agency at destination. You can discuss this question.

Is there an option to customize a package? What are the options?

Keep in mind that it will be a pleasure for us to prepare customized packages adding or excluding any service, taking into account your particular budget for the exact program or services you need. You can choose to pay directly to the clinic and pay us the pregnancy expenses, transportation costs and any other related IVF attempt and medical expenses.

What happens if the client signs the contract, but does not continue, do you have to pay something else?

He does not have to pay anything. If so, the client will receive the amount of all paid minus 50% of the commission from the agency.

Are you helping us get a visa to enter the destination?

We help you in everything you may need at your destination, including visa support letters, accommodation, transfers, interpreters and even tourism. We can also arrange multiple entry visas, if necessary.

How and where will the contract be signed?

At destination when parents go for the first time, or from home, through postal mailings.

What is the expected time of the entire process?

From the beginning, it will take 12-18 months.

How and how often will the client be informed of how the process is going?

At the request of the client.

If the language barrier is a problem, is it possible to have an interpreter to help us?

The language barrier will not be a problem for you. All legal documents will be translated into your language, our manager or interpreter will accompany you during your visits to the clinic, our office and state authorities. Transfers, sightseeing and other services related to travel can also be easily arranged, such as optional services.

Is there an age limit to participate in your program?

The legal ethical limit for contracting mothers is 50 years.

padres-2  Parents

Can I use a friend/relative as a surrogate?

Yes, you can use a relative or friend as your surrogate parent.

Who controls the surrogate pregnancy during pregnancy?

Throughout the process, the agency is responsible for going to the controls with doctors and hospitals with whom we collaborate, who will be in charge of the control during their initial preparation for treatment and during their pregnancy.

What are the legal parents in a subrogation agreement?

You will be the future parents and legal guardians of your child. If you are a heterosexual couple, your names will be listed as the mother and father of your child. If you are a same-sex couple, you can be listed as a mother or father / father on your child’s birth certificate. If you are a single parent, then you can be included as a single parent on your child’s birth certificate.

Can same-sex couples use the services of a surrogate mother?

Absolutely! However, this can not be done in all countries. The countries that allow same-sex couples are Russia, Canada and some US states.

Are the pregnant woman's fees paid once or in installments?

The payment to the pregnant woman is divided in installments. However, a large sum of payment is paid upon signing the contract. This fee covers your legal expenses, agency expenses and the amount needed to start preparing the pregnant woman for treatment and reach the third month when pregnancy is confirmed. Then a second payment is made that includes the salary of the pregnant woman until the end of the emberazo and the expenses of the delivery ……

What is the success rate of an IVF treatment in the case of subrogation?

Although we would not like to think about the possibility of failure, in in vitro fertilization treatments, we can not guarantee a 100% success rate. Success depends on a number of factors such as the quality of the egg and sperm, the genetic characteristics of the biological parents, uterine conditions and other conditions for the pregnant woman, etc. When selecting the pregnant woman, they are prepared to carry out a pregnancy. On the other hand, the use of an egg donor further increases the chances of success since most donors are tested through fertility. Our success rate with an egg donor is over 80%.

What happens if the first attempt fails?

If your first attempt fails, you can try again with the same pregnant woman. You do not pay the legal and agency expenses again, you will only have to pay the travel expenses of your pregnant woman, the clinical expenses of the second embryo transfer and the additional medication of the pregnant woman.

How long is the waiting list for finding a surrogate pregnant woman?

We are usually able to offer a surrogate mother within 2-3 weeks unless you have very restrictive specifications and it is more difficult to find an adequate profile.

What happens if the pregnant woman wants to keep the baby?

This is not possible. Through the subrogation contract, you are the legal parents of your child, regardless of biological connection. Therefore, the legal system of countries where a subrogation law exists will always protect your legal rights as the legal father of your child. This is the reason why we advise doing it in countries where there is a law that regulates it.

  Pregnant

What kind of medical tests should a gestational carrier perform?

The PG must provide a complete medical history and a physical examination must be done to make sure there are no reasons why you should not get pregnant. This test will also identify patients at risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recommends that all carriers be screened for viral infections, such as HIV HIV, hepatitis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and cytomegalovirus.

Does the gestational carrier have to undergo psychological tests?

The GP and your partner (if applicable) should have a clinical interview with a mental health professional. This interview and the following ones will cover the possible psychological risks associated to the process that include the management of the relationships with your partner, your children, your employer and the future parents. Psychological tests may be performed at the discretion of the counselor.

What are the legal implications of resorting to a gestational carrier?

Laws regarding PGs vary in each state / country. It is recommended that the PG and prospective parents obtain independent representation from attorneys experienced in Subrogda Gestation contracts in the states where the parties live, seek obstetric care and seek to give birth. The contract can address issues related to the number of embryos that will be transferred, tests performed on the fetus during pregnancy and contingency plans in case the tests show abnormal results. Of course, these decisions should be made after receiving adequate advice from the infertility specialist or the gynecologist.

Are gestational carriers receiving compensation?

In general, the PG receives compensation for the time and effort necessary to fulfill this role. The compensation to the PG must be agreed before starting the treatment. The amount of the compensation can be prorated according to the procedures performed. The compensation agreement must be documented in the contract between the carrier and the prospective parents.

How is the health of the surrogate mother controlled?

It is done once a week at the authorized clinic. You will be informed about the results. To give you more information, contact our facilitators by phone or in person on a daily basis to check more details of the process.

What tests does the pregnant woman have to do to make sure that she and the baby are healthy?

Normally we use ultrasound tests when they are prescribed by the doctor. Also any additional tests that can be done if prescribed by the doctor or if it is your desire. It depends on you, because some tests can be very dangerous for pregnancy.

Is the name of the surrogate pregnant recorded somewhere in the birth certificate?

Definitely not, only their names and their child’s name are recorded on the birth certificate. There will be no mention of the surrogacy program.

  Donors

¿Es un proceso doloroso?

The procedure for donation does not cause pain and the discomfort is minimal. You yourself will administer the injections of the hormonal treatment. We will teach you how to do it. The needles are so thin you will hardly notice them. Ovarian stimulation can cause a slight fluid retention and abdominal swelling. They are discomfort similar to what you may experience during menstruation.

Do you have any risk or side effect?

Most donors do not experience any side effects. You should know that, in exceptional cases, there may be an excessive response to treatment (ovarian hyperstimulation). However, being under permanent medical control, our professionals will detect and treat any indication of risk, however minimal.

Can it affect my fertility in the future?

The donation does not reduce your number of eggs or your chances of getting pregnant in the future. In fact, in each cycle, women naturally lose hundreds of ovules that do not mature. In each ovarian stimulation treatment, the ovules of a single cycle are obtained, which, under normal circumstances, would be lost.

What women need donor eggs?

The recipients are women who do not have a sufficient quantity of ovules or who do not have the quality necessary to achieve a pregnancy. Most of the time the cause is the age of the woman and the delay – more and more usual – of the pregnancy search. But they also need donor eggs younger women who can not use ovules because of illness or treatment (chemotherapy, early menopause, etc.) Women who manage to be mothers thanks to the help of other women feel a deep appreciation towards them.

What compensation will I receive?

The donation is always an altruistic act, but the law allows an economic compensation to the ovule donors for the inconveniences derived from the process that can alter their daily life occasionally.

Do I have to sign a document?

Before starting the donation, we will explain the entire process in detail and resolve all your doubts. Later, we will give you the Informed Consent document, where all this information is reflected and also the legal aspects. The fact of signing this document does not obligate you at any time to make the donation. If you change your mind, you can revoke the consent without any problem. Donation is always an altruistic, anonymous and voluntary act.

How many times can I donate?

The law establishes that the same woman can not continue to donate from the moment in which 6 births have been obtained from her eggs.

Can I donate if I take contraceptives?

Yes, you can be a donor even if you use hormonal contraceptives (oral, patch, ring), although you should temporarily leave them during the ovarian stimulation process. You can reuse hormonal contraceptives once you have extracted the ovules and you have lowered the period.

Can I have sex during the process?

Sexual intercourse is not recommended from the start of ovarian stimulation and until the donor has the first menstrual period after the puncture. The reason is that there is a risk of a multiple gestation that can lead to an ovarian torsion.

Is the donation totally anonymous?

The legislation establishes the total anonymity of egg donors. The identity of the donor and the recipient are protected and guarded by the center where the treatment is performed. The same rule prevents the donor from getting to know the identity of the baby born and vice versa.