Surrogacy

Gestational Surrogates are individuals who carries a pregnancy for another party

The Laurel Fertility Care team has been growing dreams for over 15 years for families worldwide. Our Third-Party Reproduction Nurse Coordinator specializes in assisting intended parents whose journey to parenthood includes the use of a Gestational Carrier (GC).

Gestational Carriers provide the option to those who are unable to carry a successful pregnancy the chance to grow their families.

There are two types of surrogacy: Gestational and Traditional. Gestational Surrogacy involves an individual who carries a pregnancy to term for another party and does not contribute genetic material in the fertilization of the embryos. Gestational surrogacy is offered as a service at Laurel Fertility Care.

The use of Gestational Carrier is a viable treatment option if:

You have had a hysterectomy

You cannot carry a pregnancy due to health issues

Your health would be at risk if a pregnancy was carried

You have experienced recurrent pregnancy loss

You are part of a heterosexual couple in need of a carrier

Surrogacy Roadmap

Research & Planning
Research & Planning

Surrogacy Testing
Commit &
Complete Testing

Egg & Sperm
Egg & Sperm

Embryo
Embryo

Surrogate Matching
Surrogate Matching

Medical Approval
Medical Approval

Embryo Transfer
Embryo Transfer

Early Pregnancy Monitoring
Early
Pregnancy Monitoring

Laurel Fertility Care can provide referrals to reputable agencies providing screened surrogates. Contact us and make an appointment to discuss if gestational surrogacy is the best solution for you.

Our Third-Party Reproduction Nurse Coordinator is here to answer your questions, explain the benefits of each option and help you choose the best treatment plan for you and your family.

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LGBTQ+

Our Commitment to Inclusivity

We take pride in ensuring that each person who enters our clinic feels comfortable and heard. That's why each member of the Laurel Fertility Care team has earned a certification in LGBTQ+ inclusion.

Third Party Reproduction

What is Third Party Reproduction?

In some cases, a third party, or donor, is needed in order to achieve a successful pregnancy. This donor can provide sperm, eggs, embryos, or their womb, depending on each patient’s unique journey and circumstances.

Why Laurel Fertility Care?

We offer a supportive, inclusive, and knowledgeable team to guide you when you’re ready to pursue your dream of a family. Our team is dedicated to providing you with personalized care that is full of hope!

You Treatment Options

Our team of specialists is here to create a personalized care plan for you. Learn more about our treatment options and what works best for you and your family.