Gestational Carriers

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Who Can Benefit From Gestational Carrier Programs?

A gestational carrier program allows a woman that would otherwise be unable to carry a child to have a genetic child. Sometimes, these programs are referred to as surrogacy programs. In a gestational carrier program, the egg and sperm is provided by the couple, but another woman’s uterus is used t ... Continue Reading

Who Can Benefit From Gestational Carrier Programs?

A gestational carrier program allows a woman that would otherwise be unable to carry a child to have a genetic child. Sometimes, these programs are referred to as surrogacy programs. In a gestational carrier program, the egg and sperm is provided by the couple, but another woman’s uterus is used t ... Continue Reading

What are the Risks Involved in Gestational Carrier Programs?

Gestational carrier programs can present many legal and medical complications. Included in the emotional aspects of these programs are the worries about the health of the child and mother and the parental rights to any developing fetus or child. Below is an explanation of the risks involved with ges ... Continue Reading

What are the Risks Involved in Gestational Carrier Programs?

Gestational carrier programs can present many legal and medical complications. Included in the emotional aspects of these programs are the worries about the health of the child and mother and the parental rights to any developing fetus or child. Below is an explanation of the risks involved with ges ... Continue Reading

What are Gestational Carrier Programs?

A gestational carrier offers her body to a couple that is otherwise unable to have a child. Sometimes, gestational carriers are referred to as surrogates. These programs are heavily regulated and in some states are outlawed. Below is an explanation of gestational carrier programs. General Program Ov ... Continue Reading

What are Gestational Carrier Programs?

A gestational carrier offers her body to a couple that is otherwise unable to have a child. Sometimes, gestational carriers are referred to as surrogates. These programs are heavily regulated and in some states are outlawed. Below is an explanation of gestational carrier programs. General Program Ov ... Continue Reading

The History of Gestational Carrier Programs

The history of gestational carrier programs began with the introduction of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Women who could not provide eggs or become pregnant viewed IVF and surrogacy as a way to have a child who would be linked biologically to at least one parent. Although instances of surrogacy can ... Continue Reading

The History of Gestational Carrier Programs

The history of gestational carrier programs began with the introduction of in vitro fertilization (IVF). Women who could not provide eggs or become pregnant viewed IVF and surrogacy as a way to have a child who would be linked biologically to at least one parent. Although instances of surrogacy can ... Continue Reading

Post-Gestational Carrier Program Lifestyle

The gestational carrier program involves a couple that will provide the genetic material and a surrogate mother, or the gestational carrier (GC), who will carry the baby. The lifestyle (after the gestational carrier program) of the GC and the parents can be changed, so that all parties will avoid po ... Continue Reading

Post-Gestational Carrier Program Lifestyle

The gestational carrier program involves a couple that will provide the genetic material and a surrogate mother, or the gestational carrier (GC), who will carry the baby. The lifestyle (after the gestational carrier program) of the GC and the parents can be changed, so that all parties will avoid po ... Continue Reading

Medical Conditions and Gestational Carrier Programs

Gestational carrier programs thoroughly screen the carriers prior to accepting them into their pool of available carriers. However, this screening does not guarantee that the carrier will not have medical conditions. Below is a description of potential medical conditions involved in gestational carr ... Continue Reading

Medical Conditions and Gestational Carrier Programs

Gestational carrier programs thoroughly screen the carriers prior to accepting them into their pool of available carriers. However, this screening does not guarantee that the carrier will not have medical conditions. Below is a description of potential medical conditions involved in gestational carr ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Selection

The gestational carrier is an important part of the gestational carrier program. Selecting the gestational carrier is essential, as you will have to keep in touch with her at least before and during her pregnancy. Where to Look Ideally, you can find a friend or a family member (i.e. a sister), who ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Selection

The gestational carrier is an important part of the gestational carrier program. Selecting the gestational carrier is essential, as you will have to keep in touch with her at least before and during her pregnancy. Where to Look Ideally, you can find a friend or a family member (i.e. a sister), who ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Variations in Procedure Techniques

The gestational carrier program makes it possible for a woman that has a damaged or lacking uterus to have a baby with her partner using their own cells. The eggs and the sperm will be retrieved from the mother and the father, and if the egg is fertilized, the embryo will be placed in the gestationa ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Variations in Procedure Techniques

The gestational carrier program makes it possible for a woman that has a damaged or lacking uterus to have a baby with her partner using their own cells. The eggs and the sperm will be retrieved from the mother and the father, and if the egg is fertilized, the embryo will be placed in the gestationa ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Follow Up

A gestational carrier program is important for couples that cannot conceive naturally, but have healthy sperm and eggs. The couple can use a gestational carrier, who will carry the baby for them. The follow up visits after the fertilization and the transfer of the embryo in the gestational carrier ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Follow Up

A gestational carrier program is important for couples that cannot conceive naturally, but have healthy sperm and eggs. The couple can use a gestational carrier, who will carry the baby for them. The follow up visits after the fertilization and the transfer of the embryo in the gestational carrier ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Screening

A gestational carrier, also known as a surrogate mother, is the person who will carry a baby for a couple who cannot otherwise have a baby. The genetic material will be taken from the couple, and the gestational carrier will offer her body to host the embryo and deliver the baby. A gestational carri ... Continue Reading

Gestational Carrier Programs: Screening

A gestational carrier, also known as a surrogate mother, is the person who will carry a baby for a couple who cannot otherwise have a baby. The genetic material will be taken from the couple, and the gestational carrier will offer her body to host the embryo and deliver the baby. A gestational carri ... Continue Reading