Single Man

Men who find themselves ready to start a family but don’t have a partner, or who choose not to have a partner are starting to turn to surrogacy to become dads.

Men who wish to become biological parents can achieve their dreams by using an egg donor and a gestational carrier/surrogate through the aid of IVF. The combination of IVF using donor eggs fertilized with sperm of the intended parent, with an embryo transfer into a surrogate/gestational carrier, offers single men the opportunity to have their own biological children.

IVF babble is here to guide you with comprehensive information on the processes and how to boost your chances of a successful outcome. Here are your paths to parenthood to help you explore your options.

IVF

Should you have problems with your own sperm, then you also have the option of donor sperm. Deciding on the type of donor sperm you want to use to start your family is a big decision. There are two options: donor sperm from an anonymous donor or sperm donation from someone you know or are related to.

It is important that when considering sperm donation from someone you know, you talk to a solicitor who specialises in reproductive law, to draft agreements and obtain advice on other protections throughout the process.

The surrogacy process for a single man isn’t different than it would be for anyone else.

It is important that when considering surrogacy, you talk to a solicitor who specialises in reproductive law, to draft surrogate/egg donor agreements and obtain advice on other protections throughout the process.

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