Surrogacy for HIV +ve Intended Parents
For those couples who are HIV positive and would want to complete their dream of having children, the surrogacy program for HIV positive patients has made it possible for couples who do not want to pass on this infection to their child. The sperm of the HIV positive male partner is intensely washed in the laboratories and then used for the IVF program. There is an assurance of no infection being passed on to the child with the thorough washing of the sperm.

In order to gain added protection for the Surrogate Mother, she will be given antiviral medication prior to the embryo transfer and on an ongoing basis for several weeks. This medication is safely taken in early pregnancy. Now that HIV is manageable, the child will enjoy healthy parents and be born to a grateful and deserving family. HIV should not be a hindrance to a person’s ability to have a family or experience the joys of parenthood.

Surrogacy in Georgia
Surrogacy in Greece
Surrogacy in India
Surrogacy in Colombia
Surrogacy in Ukraine
Surrogacy In USA
Surrogacy in Cyprus

The Procedure

Consultations with Intended Parent(s) and Surrogate.
Both intended parents and surrogates will have conversations with the surrogacy agency about what the Special Program of Assisted Reproduction (SPAR program) is, how the program works, and if there are risks to the surrogate in the SPAR program.
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Collection of Specimens
The HIV infected parent will visit the clinic and leave a semen sample.
Semen Testing
Semen will then be tested for presence of virus using the PCR HIV DNA assay. Depending on outcome, it is then “washed” using a centrifuge to separate the sperm from the seminal fluid. Washed sperm are suspended in a new solution and cryopreserved..
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Specimen is Ready
The specimen is then shipped to a participating IVF clinic (the intended parents’ clinic) for fertilization and embryo transfer.

The Procedure

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Consultations with Intended Parent(s) and Surrogate.
Both intended parents and surrogates will have conversations with the surrogacy agency about what the Special Program of Assisted Reproduction (SPAR program) is, how the program works, and if there are risks to the surrogate in the SPAR program.
\
Collection of Specimens
The HIV infected parent will visit the clinic and leave a semen sample.
\
Semen Testing
Semen will then be tested for presence of virus using the PCR HIV DNA assay. Depending on outcome, it is then “washed” using a centrifuge to separate the sperm from the seminal fluid. Washed sperm are suspended in a new solution and cryopreserved..
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Specimen is Ready
The specimen is then shipped to a participating IVF clinic (the intended parents’ clinic) for fertilization and embryo transfer.

Babies Born and Counting!

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Success Rate for bringing home a baby

Countries with Global Star parents

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of our surrogates are return carriers

Our Clients Say

Ava & Jacob

Our experience with Global Star Surrogacy has been overwhelming. The perfection, the professionalism is simply outstanding

William & Zoe

Global Star Surrogacy – Compassionate, proficient, and outstanding in delivering their services. Undoubtedly, they were the best choice to fulfil our dream of becoming parents.

Jason & Josh

Trust and compassion are key during the surrogacy process. When my husband and I had twin boys in 2014,halfway around the world in Thailand, we were blessed to have Rekha as our primary contact. She was a ray of light when surrogacy was suddenly outlawed in Thailand during the second trimester. She kept us sane.

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