Surrogacy in California: Surrogacy Process with Single Embryo Transfer Now Ideal

Surrogacy in California is just as successful, whether you choose to transfer one embryo or multiple, according to new research. Start the surrogacy process with a reputable agency by calling (310) 359-9640 or going to now.

Surrogacy in California is now easier, thanks to a new discovery presented in this month’s edition of Fertility and Sterility, a journal for scientists and medical professionals involved in the fertility sector. Researchers discovered that the success rate of the surrogacy process is not impacted by the number of embryos transferred during IVF, which means intended parents can now choose to transfer a single embryo for the sake of health and safety, without worry that they’re reducing their chances success.

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Most parents today are well aware of the risks associated with carrying multiple babies and have gradually been moving towards transferring a single embryo as it is. Miscarriage is more prevalent when multiples are carried and the babies have a higher chance of being born early, which comes with numerous health concerns. Gestational carriers are also more likely to have health issues during the pregnancy, as conditions such as preeclampsia.

However, many still have concerns that failing to transfer multiple embryos could be sabotaging their own efforts to conceive and they opt to accept the risks associated with multiples or selectively reducing. This results in the total number of pregnancies involving multiples to sit around 40-percent when IVF is used, while the national average is a mere 3.5-percent.

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The new information allows intended parents to set their fears aside, as it confirms that a single embryo transfer is just as effective as transferring multiple embryos in women ages 38 and younger. To determine this, researchers gathered data from more than 460 IVF clinics in the United States for the 2013 reporting year and compared the results. While the pregnancy rate did not reduce when only one embryo was transferred, the number of multiples did.

Single embryo transfer does not completely eliminate the chances of having multiples, as identical twins may still be created if the egg divides, just as it may happen without medical interventions. However, intended parents are no longer put in a situation where they may feel as if they have to decide between health, safety, ethics, and the potential for growing their families.

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California Surrogate Agency assists intended parents and gestational surrogates through each and every step of the surrogacy process- from the initial matching phase through delivery. For more information or to begin the surrogacy journey, call (310) 359-9640 or visit today.

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