Everyone should have the opportunity to create a family. The Stork's Nest is a resource for building your family, or helping others build their family, through surrogacy and egg donation. Let us be your partner and guide for navigating the intricate world of third party reproduction to make this the most joyous and rewarding experience possible. All you have to do is provide the love and we help provide the rest.
Becoming a parent is an extremely exciting yet stressful undertaking and we are extremely sympathetic to your well-being before, during, and after the surrogacy experience. It is our mission to ensure that the surrogate, egg donor, and intended parent(s) have a stress-free and positive experience so they have the ability to focus on the joy of the surrogacy.Request More Info
We believe that surrogacy can bring two families together by offering a unique, rewarding, and joyful experience for the gestational surrogate and intended parent(s). It is our mission to ensure that the surrogate and intended parent(s) have a stress-free and positive experience so they have the ability to focus on the joy of the surrogacy. Your generosity to help other families is extremely admirable and we are grateful for your willingness to consider our gestational surrogacy program.Request More Info
What is "Surrogacy"?
In general, surrogacy is an arrangement where a woman agrees to carry a child with the intent that it is for another individual or couple (“intended parent(s)”). There are two types of surrogacy: traditional surrogacy and gestational surrogacy.
Surrogacy? Traditional? Gestational? What does it all mean?!
Surrogacy is a family building option for those who want a child and have not had success with other assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatments. There are two types of surrogacy — traditional and gestational — that are practiced today.
When looking at your options for creating and building your family, surrogacy should not be ruled out because of the expenses. Although the process can cost at least $60,000, there are many options for families to finance and afford the hefty price tag of choosing surrogacy.
2-Year-Old Inherits Frozen Embryos
An important issue surrounding frozen embryos has recently emerged into spotlight: What happens when parents die and leave no will or instructions for the fertility clinic regarding the disposition of their frozen embryos?
Are Fresh Or Frozen Embryos More Successful?
Research studies show some interesting answers as to whether or not fresh and frozen embryos are equally successful during an embryo transfer. The cost benefits for intended parents using frozen embryos could be enough to sway many to transferring frozen embryos as opposed to fresh embryos.