Guaranteed Surrogacy Program

Why choose our Guaranteed Surrogacy Program?

In any surrogacy procedure, there is always a certain level of unpredictability. Though IVF technology has seen tremendous improvement over the past few decades and a surge in success rate, there is still uncertainty that a given process of surrogacy will result in pregnancy, which can add stress for intended parents trying to achieve their dream of parenthood. Keeping in view the fulfilment of the desire of intended parents Global Star Surrogacy has worked to remove some of the financial uncertainty from surrogacy programs & has introduced a novel program of guaranteed surrogacy program that ensures the intending parents with a certain level of assurance which ordinary process of surrogacy does not accommodate. The guaranteed Surrogacy Program will reduce the stress to a great extent. Global Star Surrogacy is happy to offer this affordable surrogacy program to our intended parents.
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Global Star Surrogacy is committed to making your journey to parenthood as stress-free and enjoyable as possible with our affordable & reliable Guaranteed Surrogacy Program. We offer affordable surrogacy programs that benefit ordinary couples with a focus on transparency, security and low cost. This approach to the surrogacy procedure is changing the way that ordinary everyday couples complete their families!

When shortlisting surrogacy agencies, one of the first things that parents consider is the success rate, and rightly so. We are glad to announce that over the last 15 years we have achieved a surrogacy rate of 90.99%. Just like you, we value honesty, and by sharing the results of our surrogacy process our results, we hope that you will make a smart and informed choice. We do everything and anything necessary to ensure that at the end of your journey, you will be welcoming a healthy and beautiful child into your family.

Guaranteed Surrogacy Program Procedure

Conceiving your Embryos
The Intended Parents willdonate eggs and sperm. Sperm donation is simple and takes just a couple of hours, but the egg donor will need fertility treatments to ensure a successful donation. The fertility treatment (called ovarian stimulation) takes about 14 days from the first day of the donor’s natural cycle. Once donated, the eggs are fertilized immediately with the father’s sperm sample.
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Finding your Surrogate Mother
Gestational surrogates (aka, surrogate mothers) are typically recruited and managed by a professional recruiter. Your agent will have a reliable surrogate recruiter that he works with. You can also find your own Surrogate through various online communities.
Getting Pregnant
The fertilization process typically results in several viable embryos. The best will be used first. Others will be frozen in case the transfer procedure needs to be repeated. The surrogate mother now will undergo fertility treatments (called endometrial stimulation), which takes about 2 to 3 weeks from the first day of her natural cycle.
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Pregnancy & Prenatal Care
After a successful pregnancy has been confirmed, the surrogate begins her prenatal care. In Western countries like the United States, the surrogate will live at home and attend regular prenatal exams from her personal obstetrician. In developing countries the surrogate is often housed in a communal “surrogate house”. While a surrogate house may seem like a good way to provide prenatal oversight, there are ethical concerns with the practice.
Birth & Becoming Legal Parents
When the surrogate is ready to give birth, the clinic and obstetrician will decide a convenient date for the delivery. The parents are notified and will travel to the hospital to welcome their new son or daughter. Once born, the bureaucracy begins: In surrogacy friendly jurisdictions, the baby’s birth certificate is issued with the name of the Intended Parents. For parents delivering overseas, the baby will need to apply for citizenship and a passport.
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The Procedure

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Conceiving your Embryos
The Intended Parents will travel to their chosen IVF clinic to donate eggs and sperm. Sperm donation is simple and takes just a couple of hours, but the egg donor will need fertility treatments to ensure a successful donation. The fertility treatment (called ovarian stimulation) takes about 14 days from the first day of the donor’s natural cycle. Once donated, the eggs are fertilized immediately with the father’s sperm sample.
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Finding your Surrogate Mother
Gestational surrogates (aka, surrogate mothers) are typically recruited and managed by a professional recruiter. Your agent will have a reliable surrogate recruiter that he works with. You can also find your own Surrogate through various online communities.
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Getting Pregnant
The fertilization process typically results in several viable embryos. The best will be used first. Others will be frozen in case the transfer procedure needs to be repeated. The surrogate mother now will undergo fertility treatments (called endometrial stimulation), which takes about 2 to 3 weeks from the first day of her natural cycle.
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Pregnancy & Prenatal Care
After a successful pregnancy has been confirmed, the surrogate begins her prenatal care. In Western countries like the United States, the surrogate will live at home and attend regular prenatal exams from her personal obstetrician. In developing countries the surrogate is often housed in a communal “surrogate house”. While a surrogate house may seem like a good way to provide prenatal oversight, there are ethical concerns with the practice.
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Birth & Becoming Legal Parents
When the surrogate is ready to give birth, the clinic and obstetrician will decide a convenient date for the delivery. The parents are notified and will travel to the hospital to welcome their new son or daughter. Once born, the bureaucracy begins: In surrogacy friendly jurisdictions, the baby’s birth certificate is issued with the name of the Intended Parents. For parents delivering overseas, the baby will need to apply for citizenship and a passport.

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Our Clients Say

Ava & Jacob

Our experience with Global Star Surrogacy has been overwhelming. The perfection, the professionalism is simply outstanding

William & Zoe

Global Star Surrogacy – Compassionate, proficient, and outstanding in delivering their services. Undoubtedly, they were the best choice to fulfil our dream of becoming parents.

Jason & Josh

Trust and compassion are key during the surrogacy process. When my husband and I had twin boys in 2014,halfway around the world in Thailand, we were blessed to have Rekha as our primary contact. She was a ray of light when surrogacy was suddenly outlawed in Thailand during the second trimester. She kept us sane.

Surrogacy Puts You In A State Of Bewilderment??

Hold on!

    Why choosing the right surrogacy process
    & agency is important:

    Industry experts like to say that ‘by choosing the right agency, you have already won half the battle of surrogacy’. It goes without saying that any surrogacy process is expensive, time-consuming and sometimes stressful – and ensuring that you pick an agency with high standards and success rates is in everyone’s best interests.

    So now the question arises, are there any other things that you must look out for? Well, let us help you with that! When you book your no-cost consultation with us, consider asking us the following questions to get a better understanding of our model and ability in the field!

    Questions you should ask us:
    • Is the agency experienced in working with parents, surrogates and legal teams?
    • What kind of surrogacy process would be best for you? Would it be the gestational surrogacy process or something else?
    • Do we understand the legalities of the countries of your choosing?
    • Do we have strong relationships with clinics in the area?
    • What will the costs be?