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At Generation Next Fertility, we provide comprehensive care, including coordinating the use of a gestational carrier.

Process of Using Gestational Carrier

Step 1: Creating an Embryo

Step 2: Finding a Gestational Carrier

Step 3: Embryo Transfer

Step 1

Creating an Embryo

Through in vitro fertilization (IVF), we will help you create an embryo in our state-of-the-art lab. If necessary, we offer both donor egg and sperm services. Whereas traditional surrogacy involves the use of the surrogate’s eggs, a gestational carrier would not be genetically related to the baby.

Step 2

Finding a Gestational Carrier

The next step would involve working with an agency to match you with a carrier. Legal counsel would be required to determine financial compensation, risks, and responsibilities. The gestational carrier would also need to undergo a physical and psychological evaluation prior to starting the process. Although there are many considerations in selecting your carrier, our third-party reproductive team will walk you through every step of the way!

Step 3

Embryo Transfer

Once your embryo is created and you have selected your carrier, we would begin preparing your carrier for an embryo transfer. In compliance with state laws, the transfer would be at either the Yale Fertility Center or the New England Fertility Institute, who are partners of Generation Next Fertility

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Office Location

115 E 57th Street, Suite 500

New York, NY 10022

(Between Park Ave & Lexington Ave)

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Office Hours

Monday-Friday
7:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday
8:30am – 3:00pm

Sundays & Holiday Hours
By Appointment only

Monitoring Hours

Monday-Friday
7:00am – 10:30am

Saturday
8:30am – 10:30am

Sundays & Holiday Hours
By Appointment only