Single Parent Surrogacy Made Simple

Global Star Surrogacy has surrogacy programs for single parents. If you are a single male or female and want to have a child of your own, then this program is suitable for you as we provide you with the best egg donors and surrogates for single intended fathers and sperm donors for single intended mothers. In general, the surrogacy process is the same for single parents as for any other intended parents. In vitro fertilization (IVF) is used to create an embryo that is then carried to term by a surrogate mother.
In traditional surrogacy, a single man could hire a surrogate mother, whose eggs would be used to create the embryo. However, most intended parents pursue gestational surrogacy, in which the surrogate (also called a gestational carrier) is not genetically related to the baby. While many couples are able to use the intended mother’s egg and intended father’s sperm, every single intended parent will need to use an egg or sperm donor in gestational surrogacy. This is the main difference between single-parent surrogacy and surrogacy for couples.

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Surrogacy for Single Parents  Procedure

Finding an Egg Donor
The first step is to find an egg donor. This can be either someone known to the intended parent(s) or an anonymous donor.
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Egg Development
The donor takes medication to stimulate her ovaries to produce multiple eggs and the eggs are collected. Sometimes, to share costs, the eggs from an egg-donation cycle are split among several recipients.
Sperm Collection
Sperm from either the recipient’s male partner or a sperm donor are used to fertilize these eggs in the laboratory.
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Egg Transfer
An embryo (fertilized egg) is chosen and transferred to the uterus (womb) of the intended carrier and a pregnancy is established. The intended carrier can be the intended parent or another woman (gestational carrier), depending on the circumstances.

Surrogacy for Single Parents  Procedure

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Finding an Egg Donor
The first step is to find an egg donor. This can be either someone known to the intended parent(s) or an anonymous donor.
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Egg Development
The donor takes medication to stimulate her ovaries to produce multiple eggs and the eggs are collected. Sometimes, to share costs, the eggs from an egg-donation cycle are split among several recipients.
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Sperm Collection
Sperm from either the recipient’s male partner or a sperm donor are used to fertilize these eggs in the laboratory.
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Egg Transfer
An embryo (fertilized egg) is chosen and transferred to the uterus (womb) of the intended carrier and, hopefully, a pregnancy is established. The intended carrier can be the intended parent or another woman (gestational carrier), depending on the circumstances.

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Success Rate for bringing home a baby

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of our surrogates are return carriers

In today’s hectic world, many single intending parents who want to start their families find it difficult to find the right partner. And perhaps they simply have not met the special one yet. As everyone knows, the biological clock is an issue, and thus to preserve their ability to have a biological child, they can turn to single parent surrogacy. And as an agency that facilitates single parent surrogacy for intending parents, we are proud and willing to support any single intending mother or father through the journey to parenthood.

At Global Star Surrogacy, we work with all intending parents, without discriminating on the basis of your marital status or gender. We believe that the gift of parenthood must not be withheld from any intending parent. With us, your surrogacy process will be the same as any married couple, provided you are committed to being a single intended parent and are able to clear the screening process. With Global Star Surrogacy, the journey to parenthood through single parent surrogacy for you will be stress-free, uncomplicated and speedy.

Single Father Surrogacy Process

Intending Couples of one Mother and Father will usually prefer to create an embryo from their own egg and sperm, you as a single father will likely have to use a donated egg to create the embryo. After which the embryo will be planted into the surrogate mother. Picking a potential surrogate mother is a carefully evaluated process where you will be able to interact with the candidate in more personal ways through conference calls or in-person meetings.

When working with Global Star Surrogacy, we will use our extensive network of donors to match you with mothers from various different backgrounds to match your requirements for single father surrogacy. Whether you prefer to choose a donor who is anonymous, semi-known to you or completely known – we can work around your requirements.

An anonymous donor is one you will never meet, a semi-known donor is one who shares limited information, and a known donor can be a friend, relative or stranger chosen through an agency, but are allowed to meet within agreed-upon boundaries.

We work around your budget to get you the best possible single father surrogacy cost without compromising on the level of care offered to you, the surrogate mother or the child. We have close working relationships with some of the best fertility centres around the world & leveraging these relationships we can assure you that your case is in the best possible hands!

Single Mother Surrogacy Process

Single Intending Mothers, just like fathers have to choose a sperm donor for the surrogacy process. The donor can be someone known to you or an anonymous or semi-anonymous donor that meets your requirements.

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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