Due to the risks that transferring multiple embryos pose (i.e. fetal reduction, emergency C-sections, emergency hysterectomies, gestational diabetes, or preeclampsia) GRACE only coordinates surrogacy journeys in which the intended parents are willing to transfer one (1) PGS tested embryo at a time. We strongly believe that PGS testing (preimplantation genetic screening) is necessary as it is the first line of defense in preventing miscarriages, genetic abnormalities that will lead to a medically necessary fetal reduction, or other unnecessary & avoidable complications in your journey. While there has been debate amongst some IVF doctors as to whether PGS is really necessary, almost all of the OBGYN’s & Perinatologists who care for our surrogates during pregnancy have informed us that 99.9% of any complications or tragedies can be avoided simply by utilizing PGS testing.
For international future parents, we will ask you to provide us with your background check report from the Country of your residence. For future parents in the United States, we will run your background check. The report cannot be dated more than 3 months prior you start your journey.
Based on our experience and making sure that you stay within your budget,the match with a surrogate will only happen once your embryos have been created, frozen and we are aware of the number of viable embryos for transfer. Please note that we will only show you profiles of surrogates who have been pre-qualified based on their medical records. Our intensive intake process allows us to only select the best candidates for a higher chance of success.