Self egg surrogacy is similar to any other regular surrogacy arrangement, with the exception that the IVF is performed using the prospective parents’ eggs and sperm. To put it another way, we may compare self egg surrogacy to the widely used gestational surrogacy, in which the surrogate seems to have no genetic relationship to the child.
We all know that surrogacy is frequently selected by a couple when the intended mother lacks a uterus (due to genetic or surgical removal) or has specific demands for one (septum, bicornuate, arcuate, or due to infection like Tuberculosis). So, as a couple has tried and failed to conceive a child through IVF and now wants to try a more realistic alternative, surrogacy comes as the most feasible option.
How self-egg surrogacy works at MyIndianEggDonor.com?
Registering with MyIndianEggDonor.Com
Firstly, to kick start the self-egg surrogacy procedure, intending parents need to enroll themselves with MyIndianEggDonor.com. They need to initially sign a contract and supply all required information. The approximate dates for the next steps will get determined during the same phase.
Aligning the menstruation cycle of surrogate mother and intending mother
Besides, appropriate medication is given to the expectant mother to assist her menstrual cycle to align with the surrogates. The surrogate mother, on the other side, will also take the advised medication to aid in the development of the endometrium during this time.
The intended Mother is given hormone injections after the start of her menstrual cycle to assist her to generate a good number of eggs. The procedure takes 10-12 days, and the females are closely monitored by a fertility specialist at one of our IVF clinic partners.
The couple is educated about the entire procedure during their initial interaction with medical personnel. They are also informed about all available alternatives and processes in the case.
Extracting the eggs of the intending mother
The eggs are then removed while the patient is anesthetized, and then get fertilized with the partner’s sperm inside a lab using the IVF procedure. It’s possible that the potential father will not need to stay at the facility, opting instead to keep a sample of his sperm to be kept for future use.
As the eggs and sperm are fertilized in a lab, embryos are formed after 3-5 days. These embryos require around 2-3 days to fully mature. Depending on the number of eggs extracted, the number of grades A embryos fertilized, and the medical history of the prospective parents, fertility specialists at our partner IVF clinics perform both cleavage and blastocyst transfer.
Embryo transfer process
The embryos are subsequently implanted into the surrogate’s womb and ultrasonography is used to track their progress. The number of embryos implanted here is determined by a variety of parameters, including the age and medical history of the prospective mother. Our partner clinics’ fertility specialists commonly use 2-3 cleavage stage embryos or 1-2 Blastocysts.
The surrogate mother must take hormonal supplements such as estrogen and progesterone after the embryo transfer surgery. She should then take two weeks to rest and relax before taking a pregnancy test.
Medical tests and diagnosis for the Surrogate mother
Surrogate mothers are examined by fertility professionals on a regular basis. During this period, medical physicians and other experts will keep a close check on her. When the pregnancy is confirmed, she’ll be advised about the precautions and medications she’ll need to take.
At MyIndianEggDonor.com, we are committed to giving you the best possible services and assistance for your self-egg surrogacy aspirations. To book a free appointment with one of our fertility specialists, simply call or leave your details in the provided address box.