- Initial consultation with the surrogate and the intended parents Both the intended parents and the surrogate are taken through the details of SPAR and whether or not the SPAR program poses any hazards to the surrogate and the baby.
- The collection of the semen sample once both the parties have agreed to the procedure, the procedure commences with the collection of the semen sample.
- Semen screening and washing the semen is washed as mentioned earlier.
- Cryopreservation and lastly, it is preserved for the formation of embryos through the test-tube baby process in the IVF clinic. The rest of the surrogacy procedure is the same as for regular patients.
The above-mentioned surrogacy process is well suited for serodiscordant couples. A serodiscordant couple is a couple where the male has HIV and the other partner has not.