Besides, genetic compatibility with a donor is crucial to prevent potentially serious problems because having a healthy baby is the main objective. Moreover, to make sure that neither you nor the prospective sperm donor carries any recessive genetic disorders that could cause disease in your offspring, genetic carrier screening is required initially.
After selecting your sperm source, it’s crucial to think about which fertility treatment is best for you. You should discuss your age and ideal family size with your IVF doctor from the surrogacy center in Georgia to determine the optimal course of treatment for you.
Furthermore, Intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization are the two main therapeutic methods (IVF). Besides, your IVF doctor performs an IUI by injecting donor sperm straight into your uterus during the time of ovulation, when the likelihood of conception is highest.
Once done, multiple eggs are stimulated to mature during IVF with hormonal injections, and then they are retrieved from your ovaries via vaginal surgery. Afterward, the fertilized embryos are then developed in specialized incubators after the eggs are fertilized with the sperm samples in a lab. Besides, the higher-quality embryos can be biopsied and screened for chromosomal abnormalities after around 5-7 days. That said, transplanting normal/healthy embryo(s) frequently results in the best success for implantation and healthy live delivery.