Thanks to the modern method of surrogacy and frozen embryo storage, becoming a biological parent for many couples struggling with fertility is now easier than ever before and even more successful. However, this method comes with its own set of potential problems. For one, it has been estimated that as many as half of all fertility treatments result in a miscarriage. As a result, the chances of finding the right egg donor for surrogacy can be nearly impossible. This is why many couples turn to surrogacy; the success rate is much higher with this procedure.

If you are an interesting couple, the first step to take if you plan on using this method is to look into the different options available. Some couples may decide that they simply do not have the financial means to allow for a costly surrogacy. This option can be met with sperm donation. Sperm donation is when a person's semen is used to artificially inseminate a female with sperm from a donor. Unfortunately, this option does not allow for the transportation of embryos through cryoshipping.

If you do not want to pay for a surrogacy and you do not plan on donating your sperm, then another method of transporting embryos is the freezing process. Surrogacy involves harvesting an egg from the woman and then implanting it into the surrogate. Because the eggs can be implanted at a later stage, the cost of transporting embryos through this route is significantly cheaper. In addition, the procedure is painless and poses no risks to either the surrogate or the expectant parents.

The most common way to transport embryos is through the use of a sperm and egg carrier. A sperm carrier is used when multiple eggs are required for one pregnancy. The carrier is inseminated with the sperm and then inserted into the uterus of the donor female. A traditional egg donor facility may also help with transporting fetuses that are too small or damaged for direct transfer. However, a sperm and egg carrier has the highest success rate when dealing with small amounts of damaged or microcrystalline embryos.

If direct fertilization does not work, then there are other methods that may be considered in the transport of embryos. For instance, some surrogates offer egg-freezing services. Eggs can be stored for future use with the intent that they will be needed after an intended parent has become pregnant. Eggs can be retrieved after a successful pregnancy with sperm from an egg donor, but it may take many months before the eggs can be successfully fertilized with sperm from the intended parents. This method is more expensive than cryopreserved embryos, but it does have the advantage of allowing the intended parents to save eggs for future use.

The best way to transport embryos to the intended parents is through the use of a specially designed embryo transfer incubator. These incubators are made to contain multiple embryos, so it will take a minimum of five weeks for the embryos to develop before they are transferred to the surrogate. Using an appropriate transport incubator can dramatically reduce the amount of time that it takes for an embryo to develop. There are many factors that should be considered when choosing an appropriate transporting monkey embryos donor and/or transport incubator.