When prospective parents choose a surrogate mother , they tend to place more emphasis on their physical appearance. Therefore, experience has taught us that the IVF doctor should select and appoint a surrogate mother for the program after performing a careful physical examination to determine her health. The mover assignment takes place two weeks before the start of preparations. The case coordinator will send the parents a detailed profile and pictures of the surrogate along with a screening document, where the parents can then make the final decision about the candidate.
It should be noted that during the preparation of the surrogate mother, there is a small possibility that she will be replaced by someone else. There are several reasons for this, and this type of substitution is done simply to maximize the chances of success. The use of an alternative surrogate mother may be due to endometrial thickness, sudden bleeding during preparation, inability to synchronize with the egg donor or prospective mother, or for some other medical reason. Parents are definitely informed about the change and they are immediately updated about the personal details of the replacement candidate.
What happens after the first loop fails?
In case of failure of a first cycle, parents may encounter two common situations. In the first case, frozen embryos from the previous new cycle may be present and can be transferred to the surrogate mother; in the second case, there are no frozen embryos left and they must complete a new fresh egg donor cycle or the prospective parents must be reconstituted.
The most important issue for us is to exceed expectations and to help families fulfill their dreams with the hope of becoming parents by getting rid of the various difficulties of infertility with a cost-effective program.