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How happens surrogacy, step-by-step

Once you’ve found a surrogate, achieving pregnancy differs depending on what type of surrogate you use.
With gestational carriers, the process looks something like this:
Choose a surrogate, usually through an agency.
Create a legal contract and have it reviewed.
Go through the egg retrieval process (if using intended mother’s eggs) or obtain donor eggs. Create embryos using intended father’s sperm or donor sperm.
Transfer embryos to the gestational carrier (surrogate) and then — if it sticks — follow the pregnancy. If it doesn’t work out, the intended parents and surrogate may pursue another IVF cycle.
The child is born, at which time the intended parents obtain full legal custody as outlined in the legal contract.
Traditional surrogates, on the other hand, are also donating their eggs, so IVF is usually not involved in the process.
Choose a surrogate.
Create a legal contract and have it reviewed.
Go through the IUI process using the intended father’s sperm or donor sperm.
Follow the pregnancy or — if the first cycle doesn’t work out — try again.
The child is born. The surrogate may need to legally terminate parental rights to the child, and the intended parents may need to complete a stepparent adoption in addition to any legal contract set up in earlier stages of the process.

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