Jones Institute PA
The Jones Institute at West Penn Allegheny Health Network is one of many fertility clinics in Pennsylvania that Baby Steps Surrogacy Center, Inc. is proud to work with as part of our families’ surrogacy experiences.
Whether you are a surrogate mother or the intended parents of your future baby, you will more than likely need to know about and participate in certain reproductive procedures in order to achieve your goal of creating a healthy pregnancy. As such, we have gone into further detail about two of the third-party reproduction services provided by the Jones Institute PA: intrauterine insemination and egg donation.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is commonly used when there is an issue with male fertility or when using donor sperm in order to become pregnant. The sperm are placed inside of the surrogate mother’s uterus during ovulation so that the sperm have a better chance at fertilizing the egg.
By increasing the number of sperm that are introduced to the egg, your odds of achieving a pregnancy can be increased. Many couples and individuals will choose IUI as an alternative reproduction option as it is far less expensive than in vitro fertilization (IVF), and because it is much less invasive, it is often a good starting point for your surrogacy experience.
If you are interested in learning more about IUI at the Jones Institute in Pittsburgh, or if you are considering IUI for your surrogate mother, consult with our Pittsburgh team at Baby Steps Surrogacy Center, Inc.
Jones Institute at West Penn Allegheny Health Network
AHN Center for Reproductive Medicine
9335 McKnight Road, Suite 240
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Donating Eggs at the Jones Institute
Surrogacy, in some cases, would not be possible without egg donors. Potential egg donors can meet with the team at the Jones Institute to learn more about the egg donation process and how it may impact them.
Generally speaking, a woman who donates her eggs will be given a trigger injection up to thirty-six hours before the egg retrieval procedure. During the procedure, the eggs will be suctioned out of the ovaries so they can then be donated to a family or individual in need.
Egg donation is a larger commitment than it may seem, so before making the decision to become an egg donor, you should speak with your close friends, family, and your physician about any concerns you may have and the process as a whole.
Learn How Baby Steps Surrogacy Center, Inc. Can Help You Expand Your Family
Those who have longed for a baby to call their own can do so with the help of several assisted reproduction options at Jones Institute, and our team at Baby Steps Surrogacy Center, Inc. will be right by your side throughout your surrogacy journey. To schedule a meeting with our team, click on the contact button at the top of this page or call our office directly at 412-281-9906.