The first step in surrogacy is; starts with preliminary testing of the couple who need this process by contacting our centre.
Then the biological mother’s IVF treatment, which lasts an average of 10-12 days, moves to egg preparation. If you wish this treatment, you can do it with your own IVF in your city or with our doctor in our hospital. In case you do it in your own city, our doctor is conducting your follow-up online. With the completion of preparation of eggs, egg collection is performed in our hospital. On the same day, sperm from the father-to-be is fertilised in the lab and the resulting embryos are transferred to the surrogate. The remaining embryos are freeze-stored. Babies born with this method carry their own parents’ genetics, meaning they are the baby’s biological parents. The baby doesn’t get any genes from the surrogate. The lack of ovaries and/or sperm, poor quality of eggs and/or sperm, decreased number of eggs, genetic problems, and so on, eggs and sperm donation can be performed in addition to surrogacy. In this process, eggs obtained from the donor by IVF are fertilized with the sperm of the paternal candidate, and the embryos formed are transferred to the surrogate at the appropriate time.