Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions for Surrogates. Simply click on a question to reveal it.
Will medical insurance pay for the birth and any complications?
Is your consulting company the largest one in Canada?
How long will it be before my surrogate and/or us begins fertilty treatment?
If my surrogate becomes pregnant, where will she deliver?
How long will it be before I have a baby?
I would like to use my local fertilty clinic, is this possible?
Is there a difference between frozen and fresh embryo transfer pregnancy rates?
I have several frozen embryos at a clinic, but they are unable to work with our surrogate. Can you we move our embryos?
What fees are involved?
Your initial consultation is free of charge, and during that call we will work on building your tailored plan to your journey of parenthood.
Once we have completed an initial assessment you will be provided with a consulting agreement outlining costs associated with the services you will require
What can ANU Fertility Consultants Ltd. Ltd. do for me?
What happens during the egg donation cycle and retrieval?
Using ultrasound guidance, a thin aspirating needle is passed through the top of the vagina into the follicles. Only the tip of the aspirating needle enters the pelvic area. Since the ovaries are located just above the top of the vagina, the tip of the needle is passed into the follicles without penetrating the uterus, cervix or the Fallopian tubes. The next day, the embryologists will examine the eggs for signs of fertilization. A normally fertilized egg will show two pronuclei representing the genetic material from the egg and sperm.
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