How to Find a Gestational Surrogate Mother in New Jersey
August 30, 2019 • admin • Surrogate Mother
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy recently signed a new law – S482 on May 30, 2018. LOOK: New Jersey’s couples struggling with infertility can now enter into an enforceable contract with a woman willing to carry their baby to full term.
Finding a Surrogate MotherGestational surrogacy is facilitated through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) – the Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) process of creating embryos from the intended mother’s egg and intended father’s sperm in a controlled laboratory setting. Once the embryo has developed in vitro, it is then transferred to the surrogate’s uterus.
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- Legal and medical counseling
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Surrogacy Using IVFSimilar to the process involved in IVF using donor eggs, the intended parents and gestational surrogate are thoroughly screened medically and psychologically for optimum matching.
- In-depth review of medical records
- In-depth psychological evaluation
- Physical and medical testing
- Intended mother’s eggs
- Donor eggs
- Intended father’s sperm
- Donor sperm
IVF ProcedureThe IVF procedure may be modified with the doctor’s evidence based recommended protocol.
- Stimulation of the growth and development of multiple egg follicles within the intended mother’s ovaries using fertility drugs (FSH- follicle stimulating hormones), also known as controlled hyperstimulation of the ovaries
- Monitoring of the growth of the egg follicles through regular ultrasounds and blood tests
- Surgical removal of matured eggs from the follicles on the ovaries through technique known as aspiration
- Fertilization of the eggs with the intended father’s sperm in a controlled laboratory setting through a technique known as Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
- Embryo culture in vitro for several days – allowing the embryos to grow and develop in the laboratory
- Transfer of a predetermined number of quality embryos into the uterus of the gestational surrogate using a catheter – similar to that of a Pap smear procedure
- Progesterone is prescribed daily via suppository to help prepare the gestational surrogate’s uterine lining for implantation of the fertilized egg – the embryo
- A pregnancy test is scheduled on a date prescribed by the doctor through a blood draw