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LGBTQ+ Family with their family that ACRC Surrogacy helped create

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Your Journey to Parenthood

Embark on Your Path to Parenthood with ACRC

Starting Your Parenthood Journey

Starting a family is a cherished aspiration for many individuals, yet achieving parenthood can be a daunting challenge. According to recent CDC statistics from the 2011–2015 National Survey of Family Growth, approximately 7% of women aged 20–44 encounter difficulties conceiving after attempting for at least 12 consecutive months.

In such circumstances, assisted reproductive technology (ART) emerges as a beacon of hope. ART, is a pioneering solution that has been available in the United States since 1981, and has empowered countless individuals and couples to overcome infertility hurdles. By leveraging advanced techniques like embryo transfer into the uterus, ART facilitates the realization of parenthood dreams.

Embark on your path to parenthood with ART today and discover a world of new possibilities for starting your family.

Who can become Intended Parents?

The possibilities for becoming intended parents are vast and inclusive. Our answer is simple: almost anyone can embark on the journey to parenthood through surrogacy. Intended parents encompass a diverse spectrum of individuals and couples, including those facing infertility, same-sex couples, single individuals, and individuals confronting medical challenges.

Regardless of your circumstances, if you dream of starting or expanding your family, surrogacy may offer a viable path forward. Intended parents have the opportunity to pursue parenthood through various assisted reproductive technologies, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), surrogacy, or egg donation.

Can I become an Intended Parent if I do not struggle with infertility?

Yes, you can become an Intended Parent even if you do not struggle with infertility. Intended parents encompass a diverse group of individuals and couples. People who are single, in same-sex relationships, or face other circumstances may also become Intended Parents. Whether for personal choice, medical reasons, or other considerations, the path to parenthood is not limited solely to those experiencing infertility.

Differences between a Surrogate Agency vs the Independent Path.

To optimize surrogacy costs, some Intended Parents choose an independent path. In this approach, they assume full responsibility for managing every aspect, from selecting a surrogate to overseeing medical and legal procedures, including documentation for parental rights, with legal counsel.

Our experienced team, aligning with ASRM standards and rigorous protocols, identifies suitable surrogates and egg donors. We facilitate coordination among medical professionals, surrogates, egg donors, surrogacy attorneys, financial managers, and insurance agents. ACRC coordinates the entire gestation period, ensuring readiness for the baby's arrival while maintaining financial oversight of surrogate and medical accounts. Throughout the journey, we prioritize transparency, providing comprehensive updates to Intended Parents.

While independent routes may appear cost-efficient initially, unforeseen challenges like unsuccessful transfers or complications could result in unexpected expenses. ACRC's proficiency shields Intended Parents from such financial risks, optimizing the surrogacy process without compromising on thoroughness

Will distance be an issue for international Intended Parents?

No, geographical barriers need not hinder international Intended Parents when choosing ACRC as their surrogacy partner. We excel in bridging distances by facilitating seamless communication, managing travel logistics for important milestones, providing expert legal counsel on international surrogacy regulations, coordinating with medical experts, and bridging cultural gaps. With our holistic support, we ensure a hassle-free surrogacy journey for international Intended Parents, optimizing every step of the process.

Has COVID-19 affected surrogacies?

The pandemic brought unprecedented challenges, prompting cautious steps for prospective parents embarking on their surrogacy journeys. At ACRC, we prioritize safety, advocating for surrogates to receive vaccinations to minimize infection risks. Moreover, we guide Intended Parents through the intricate process of acquiring essential legal documentation for entry into the United States to meet their newborns or pursue medical care. Our expertise extends globally, facilitating seamless international travel arrangements for newborns, and catering to destinations such as China, to offer comprehensive support to Intended Parents.

Surrogate from ACRC Global

What is Surrogacy?

Surrogacy is a process where a surrogate carries a baby to term for the intended parents. There are two primary types: gestational surrogacy and traditional surrogacy.

Gestational Surrogacy

Gestational surrogacy involves creating embryos in a lab using the intended parents' sperm and egg, which are then transferred to the surrogate's uterus. This ensures the child is genetically related to the intended parents. Widely favored by individuals and fertility centers, it is a leading treatment in assisted reproduction.

Any more questions about our comprehensive surrogacy services?

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