3rd Party Reproduction

Parenthood is possible for anyone. Gestational surrogacy can be an excellent solution.

For individuals who aspire to be a parent - with or without a partner

For women who have had multiple assisted conception failures concerning embryo implantation

For same-sex couples who wish to build their own family

Why gestational surrogacy?

This is an arrangement where a healthy woman (surrogate) willingly agrees to carry a pregnancy and delivers a baby for a couple (intended parents).

Undergoing the surrogacy process

Each experience from a set of intended parents and surrogate mother is special and unique. Our well-trained and dedicated team understands the varying complexities and level of sensitivity that can come along with surrogacy arrangements. You may have many questions about the process and we are ready to help you with answers.

Comprehensive set of services designed to make this a seamless experience for you

Preliminary testing

Before starting on IVF treatment, preliminary tests such as semen analysis and blood works to name a few will be required on the male sperm provider and the female egg provider.  

Undergoing IVF

If eggs are provided by you or your partner, then the IVF treatment process takes place with you. If you are using an egg donor, she will undergo the IVF treatment. This stage goes on until embryos are formed and frozen.

Selecting a surrogate

A surrogate of your choice will undergo a health assessment, blood tests and screenings to confirm that she is medically fit and healthy to proceed with embryo transfer.


A legally important part of the process where both parties come to agreed terms in a contract, clearly defining areas of compensation, risk and liabilities, expectations from both parties, parentage orders and termination clauses.

Embryo transfer

Your surrogate prepares for a frozen embryo transfer by taking medication. When her endometrium lining reaches optimum conditions, embryo transfer procedure takes place.  

Pregnancy test

About 10 to 12 days later, a blood sample will be taken from the surrogate for betaHCG testing to confirm she is pregnant.

Antenatal + prenatal care + delivery

Your pregnant surrogate will continue to be cared for by your fertility doctor up until 12 to 14 weeks. After which, she will have monitoring clinic visits with an Obstetrician until the baby is delivered.

Birth certificate + traveling documents

Application and processing of the baby’s formal documentations will need to be sorted out before you can bring your baby home.

Our other services

Save your eggs for later

Freezing your eggs now would mean that they retain the quality and quantity you have now, and use them in later years.

Freeze your sperm

Save samples of your swimmers if your work or hobby can be physically hazardous; or if you have a medical decision to make that could potentially hamper you from fathering children.

Keep tissues of your ovary

A modern option if you are facing a health hurdle now that could jeopardize your fertility in the long run.