Before starting IVF, the surrogate, the donor and the intended parents will undergo a series of tests that will help ensure the success of the fertilization and the absorption of the pregnancy.
The biologically intended parent(s) who will be involved in the procedure will undergo a series of medical tests aimed at making sure that he or she is healthy and that the fetus created from his or her genetic material will also be healthy. These tests also ensure that returning the embryos to the surrogate mother’s womb will be medically safe for her and will increase the chances of successful pregnancy absorption.
The surrogate mother and egg donor also undergo a series of medical procedures, which include coordinated hormonal stimulation. The purpose of these tests is to verify one hundred percent the current state of health and to ensure that in vitro fertilization, fetal return, pregnancy absorption and the pregnancy itself will be as safe, healthy and successful as possible. The coordinated hormonal stimulation allows the immediate return of fresh embryos to the surrogate uterus directly after fertilization.