ConceiveAbilities is a first-in-class, full service global surrogacy agency with 25 years of experience delivering unparalleled service. We are the most experienced surrogacy agency offering the best in family building to parents, surrogates and egg donors.
Though our headquarters is in Chicago, Illinois, we have deep experience in working with families in California, Georgia, New York, Oregon, and many other states across the country. Learn more about becoming a surrogate, egg donor, or intended parent in your state.
Surrogacy is the most successful fertility treatment, and our agency offers it. As a top surrogate agency, our process is time-tested so it allows us to move quickly and efficiently to deliver these results.
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From LGBTQ+ couples to international individuals, we are proud to have helped a wide range of people expand their families. Perhaps you are a single parent, or you are facing unexpected infertility. Regardless of who you are and where you are in your life, we are eager to help you achieve your dream and build your family through the surrogacy experience.
If you’re considering surrogacy, you’ve likely put in hours of research – and that information is incredibly important as you prepare for your experience. There are, however, several key facts about surrogacy and facts about surrogate mothers themselves that should not be overlooked. In fact, these interesting facts about surrogacy will put you well on your way to being an expert in your own right!
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, surrogacy has the highest rate of success of any fertility treatment. The CDC reports in vitro fertilization (IVF) with a donor egg has a success rate of 52%. Higher still is the rate of success with a surrogate. Fertility centers in the US have a surrogacy success rate of about 75% and that number can increase as high as 95% for a birth once the gestational carrier is pregnant. And success is seen in the growth rate of surrogacy. The CDC reports that a gestational carrier was part of 5% of all embryo transfers in 2019, up from barely 1% a decade ago.