GESTATIONAL SURROGACY: SINGLETON OR TWINS There are known risks and costs associated with multiple births

Historically, multiple pregnancies were not uncommon with an IVF cycle. The reason for this was straightforward. Due to the technology involved, in order for IVF to be successful, multiple embryos were often transferred at the same time increasing the chance of at least one embryo implanting and resulting in a successful pregnancy. Today, transferring more than one embryo is not recommended by unless there is a clear medical reason to transfer two. The primary reason for this

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HOW TO CHOOSE A SURROGACY AGENCY: A Guide for Intended Parents

One of the biggest challenges intended parents face, having made the decision to build their family with the help of a surrogate, is choosing the right surrogacy program or agency to assist them. Choosing a program you can fully trust can mean the difference between a professional, enjoyable, smooth process and one that is not only stressful, but possibly lengthy and unsuccessful.

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