Gestational surrogacy is a method of reproduction. It uses In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) to create an embryo using the eggs from the intended mother or egg donor and sperm from the intended father or sperm donor that is then implanted in a surrogate mother. The surrogate agrees to carry and give birth to the child for the contracted party. She is not genetically or biologically related to the child. A gestational surrogate is called the “birth mother.” The biological mother is the woman whose egg was fertilized. After birth, the surrogate mother hands the baby to the biological parent or parents.
Intended parents use gestational surrogacy services for several reasons, such as an the inability of the intended mother to carry a pregnancy safely and successfully due to medical problems with her uterus, hysterectomy (removal of uterus) or other medical conditions that make pregnancy impossible or risky. Our surrogacy services are also an option for people who are not able to have a child due to their age, marital status or their sexual orientation.
New Life Mexico has years of expertise in offering specialist surrogacy services internationally. We match intended parents to gestational surrogate mothers after a rigorous screening process, guided by the unique approach that each intended parent’s case requires. We are strive to screen potential surrogates carefully and according to international standards to find healthy, caring and responsible women for you. Our surrogate mothers have a complete medical evaluation and pregnancy history to assess the likelihood of a healthy, full-term pregnancy. They are screened for infectious diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, cytomegalovirus and hepatitis B and C.
Our large database of healthy and experienced surrogate mothers is available for you anytime. All surrogate mothers meet the following standard criteria:
It’s very easy to start your surrogacy program with us. The first step is to contact us via e-mail, phone or in person. The aim of our initial consultation is to provide full information on how our gestational surrogacy program works and what to expect throughout your journey. To begin the process you simply need to provide scanned copies of certain medical tests, a copy of your passport, a signed and returned agreement (usually done via e-mail), and initial payment (via bank). Once the administrative part of the program is completed and confirmed, our medical coordinator will take you through the rest of your surrogacy journey and will discuss with you the other steps to occur within the process (medical preparation, synchronization of intended mother/ egg donor cycles, IVF date, follow up steps etc.). We will locate the surrogate match that best fits your requirements and her full profile will be provided for your review. Pregnancy test results will be known 10 to 12 days later from IVF.
We support our surrogate mothers before and during pregnancy. Our dedicated staff is doing do their best to ensure your surrogate has the support she needs to have a healthy pregnancy. They get receive a monthly allowance from the intended parents for proper nutrition and care as outlined in the agreement. We also assist in coordinating your surrogate’s medical care and birth plan and actively handling any questions, concerns, or issues you have at any time during the process. Our specially designated Pregnancy Care Coordinator is available for you anytime to update you regarding the progress of the pregnancy and provide medical reports periodically.
We look forward to managing every aspect of your special surrogacy journey and making it as smooth as possible.