IVF Surrogacy

IVF surrogacy uses a third party “gestational surrogate” to carry the pregnancy when a patient is unable to carry a baby to term herself. The gestational surrogate may also be called the “gestational carrier” or “gestational mother.” The gestational surrogate signs a contract with the intended parent or parents to undergo an embryo transfer procedure using embryos created through IVF and to carry the resulting pregnancy.

Our IVF program is suggested for intended parents who have been diagnosed with various infertility conditions such as low sperm count or quality, endometriosis, Fallopian tube damage or blockage, ovulation disorders, premature ovarian failure, fibroid, unexplained fertility, etc.

IVF is usually followed by less invasive treatment options like IUI & it can be carried out with own eggs or with donor eggs if needed. At Global Star Surrogacy with affordable surrogacy services, we collaborate with IVF clinics on a global level, providing intended parents with high-quality treatments. We understand the need for your requirement once you have made the decision to choose IVF as your fertility treatment. So we will keep you informed about every step as we walk with you through your journey to parenthood.

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The IVF Surrogacy Process

Day 1 of your Period
The first official day of your IVF treatment cycle is day 1 of your period. Everyone’s body is different, and your fertility nurse will help you understand how to identify day 1.
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Stimulating your Ovaries
The stimulation phase starts from day 1. In a natural monthly cycle, your ovaries normally produce 1 egg. You’ll take medication for 8-14 days to encourage the follicles in your ovaries (where the eggs live) to produce more eggs.
Egg Retrieval
Egg retrieval, or egg ‘pick up’, is a hospital day procedure where the eggs are collected from your ovaries. An anaesthetist will get you ready for a general anaesthetic. You’ll be asleep and the procedure takes about 20-30 minutes.
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Sperm Donation
If you’re a couple planning on using fresh sperm, the male will produce a sample the morning of the egg retrieval. If you are using frozen or donor sperm, our scientists will have it ready in the lab.
Fertilisation
Your fertility specialist gives our scientists the eggs they have retrieved, still in the fluid from the follicles of the ovaries. The scientists use powerful microscopes to find the eggs in the fluid so they can be removed.
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Embryo Development
If the sperm fertilises the egg, it becomes an embryo. Our scientists put the embryo into a special incubator where the conditions for growth and development are perfect.
Embryo Transfer
The embryo transfer is a very simple process, like a pap smear. It takes about 5 minutes, you’ll be awake, there’s no anaesthetic, and you can get up straight away. You can continue with your day, the embryo can’t fall out if you stand up or go to the toilet.
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The Final Blood Test
Approximately two weeks after your embryo transfer, you’ll have a blood test to measure your levels of the hormone hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). hCG in your bloodstream usually means a positive pregnancy test.

The Procedure

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Day 1 of your Period
The first official day of your IVF treatment cycle is day 1 of your period. Everyone’s body is different, and your fertility nurse will help you understand how to identify day 1.
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Stimulating your Ovaries
The stimulation phase starts from day 1. In a natural monthly cycle, your ovaries normally produce 1 egg. You’ll take medication for 8-14 days to encourage the follicles in your ovaries (where the eggs live) to produce more eggs.
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Egg Retrieval
Egg retrieval, or egg ‘pick up’, is a hospital day procedure where the eggs are collected from your ovaries. An anaesthetist will get you ready for a general anaesthetic. You’ll be asleep and the procedure takes about 20-30 minutes.
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Sperm Donation
If you’re a couple planning on using fresh sperm, the male will produce a sample the morning of the egg retrieval. If you are using frozen or donor sperm, our scientists will have it ready in the lab.
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Fertilisation
Your fertility specialist gives our scientists the eggs they have retrieved, still in the fluid from the follicles of the ovaries. The scientists use powerful microscopes to find the eggs in the fluid so they can be removed.
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Embryo Development
Your fertility specialist gives our scientists the eggs they have retrieved, still in the fluid from the follicles of the ovaries. The scientists use powerful microscopes to find the eggs in the fluid so they can be removed.
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Embryo Transfer
The embryo transfer is a very simple process, like a pap smear. It takes about 5 minutes, you’ll be awake, there’s no anaesthetic, and you can get up straight away. You can continue with your day, the embryo can’t fall out if you stand up or go to the toilet.
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The Final Blood Test
Approximately two weeks after your embryo transfer, you’ll have a blood test to measure your levels of the hormone hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). hCG in your bloodstream usually means a positive pregnancy test.

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Success Rate for bringing home a baby

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of our surrogates are return carriers

Why Choose Global Star Surrogacy for IVF surrogacy?

End to End Support: Our team of experts will be available to help and counsel you throughout every step of the IVF surrogacy process – from getting the right diagnosis for your conditions to helping you connect with the best doctors and clinics.

Access to Acclaimed Doctors: We collaborate with the best specialists from around the world to ensure the safest and smoothest experience for you. When you choose Global Star Surrogacy, you can rest assured that your IVF treatment will be conducted in a pristine manner.

World-class Technology and Transparency: At Global Star Surrogacy, we offer affordable IVF surrogacy services through collaborations with IVF clinics across the world. It is our priority to offer intending parents immaculate treatment based on their situation. We treat each intending parent with special care and offer in-depth consultations to ascertain the best IVF surrogacy process for you.

How much does IVF cost?

The cost of surrogacy through IVF is defined around a single IVF cycle. An IVF cycle is defined as the process of ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval and embryo transfer. The price for this treatment can vary greatly based on factors like your personal needs, the size and quality of the clinic at which the IVF treatment is being conducted, the experience and success rate of the doctor and many similar factors.

While initially any IVF price quoted to you may seem out of reach and intimidating, you can trust us to make the experience a pleasant and positive one – we follow transparent policies and openly share our success rate to ensure that you can make the most informed decision. 

The journey to parenthood through IVF surrogacy is a long one, and we do our utmost best to make it as simple and affordable to you as possible. 

Who should opt for IVF surrogacy?

Today surrogacy through IVF is considered to be the most preferred means of surrogacy. It boasts one of the highest success rates and is a process that is painless and non-invasive. The IVF surrogacy cost is also a factor that sways many intending parents into choosing this process. Other factors such as Age, Weight, Strength, Lifestyle, and Stress Levels also affect the IVF surrogacy process. When you fill out the form below, you will be connected with our experts for a No-cost consultation to help you select the best surrogacy option for you. You will receive the answers to all your questions, including how much does IVF cost, what precautions I have to take, are there any side effects, and more.

How long does IVF surrogacy take to get pregnant?

A single cycle of IVF process takes about two months. From our experience, women younger than 35 years are expected to get pregnant and have a baby with their first IVF egg retrieval and embryo transfer about half the time.

The intending parents who don’t get pregnant following the first IVF cycle still have very good chances of getting pregnant in the second, third and even more cycles of IVF surrogacy. 

There are many factors that affect your ability to get pregnant and have a healthy baby using IVF. Our experts can usually give you reasons why you are not getting pregnant and explain your chances to have a baby with IVF surrogacy.

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.

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