The number of genuinely important decisions intended parents, surrogates, and medical professionals have to make during the process of gestational surrogacy is large, and getting larger.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 29, 2017
An August 10th article on HealthLine discussed a new technique known as minimal in vitro fertilization (Minimal IVF). The process reduces the amount of a set of hormones called gonatropins that encourage the production of eggs. Backers of the protocol say that the procedure is gentler, benefiting the surrogate, and lower in cost, benefitting intended parents. Skeptics say that the treatment produces fewer eggs and, thus, fewer embryos, reducing the chance of a successful pregnancy. Los Angeles Area gestational surrogacy agency Global Fertility Concepts (GFC), points out the number of genuinely important decisions intended parents, surrogates, and medical professionals have to make during the process of gestational surrogacy is large, and getting larger as advances continue to be made. GFC adds that they specialize in a compassionate and sensitive approach that gently guides intended parents along the path to parenthood, providing them with all the necessary information they need to make the best possible choices for their unique situation. They also work hard to ensure that surrogates are provided with the best possible care at all times.
Global Fertility Concepts says that the decision to pursue IVF and gestational surrogacy should not be made lightly but, when it is made, it is often the only way that intended parents, who typically are not able to have children otherwise, can truly participate in the creation of a new life. They add, however, that the role of gestational surrogate is also crucial, and they celebrate and honor the amazing women – all mothers themselves – who choose to give one of the greatest gifts that one person can give to others.
The agency notes that its intended parents come from all kinds of backgrounds and all around the world. They note that many of their intended parents have found that they are medically unable to complete a successful pregnancy. GFC says that it also has a number of clients who come from the LGBTQ community, who are seeking a path to parenthood that allows them to participate in the genetic makeup of their child.
Global Fertility Concepts concludes by noting that intended parents have a great many choices to make, from the selection of the best possible physicians, to a healthy surrogate who meets their needs and who they feel comfortable with on a personal level, to how much contact they want with the surrogate before, during and after the birth of their child, and to the various IVF techniques that are available. The agency notes that becoming a parent by any means is one of the most intimate experiences any family will ever experience, and they pride themselves on taking a caring and sensitive approach to helping intended parents experience for themselves the joy of becoming a new parent.
Interested readers who would like to learn more about gestational surrogacy – either as intended parents or as gestational surrogates -- may contact Global Fertility Concepts at 800-893-1309 or visit the agency online at Globalfertilityconcepts.com.