- For Intended Parents
- For Surrogates
- For Egg Donors
- Why Hatch?
As an intended parent, when embarking on a new fertility journey, your biggest concern is likely: “Will this treatment be successful?” At Hatch, we want to set you up for success, which is why we offer rigorous egg donor and surrogate screenings, world-renowned doctors, and the most advanced methods in the industry. There’s never been a better time to grow the family you’ve always dreamed of. But don’t trust us, let our success results speak for themselves.
We work with some of the most renowned reproductive doctors in the world, and it shows with our pregnancy success rates being among the best in the nation.
At Hatch, we recognize and embrace diversity. So wherever you’re from, you’ll feel cared for, well advised, and treated as a member of our family.
Intended parents from all over the world come to Hatch to grow their family. Luckily, we’re able to converse with clients in 13 different languages to promote our far reach.
Give yourself the best chance of having a baby with an agency that promotes working with clinics with advanced medical procedures, ethical practices and thorough family planning processes.
As the first egg donation agency in the U.S., we have the experience and passion for every family building journey. We cherish our Hatch parents and patients, and can’t wait to bring your dreams to life.
Choose from hand-selected surrogates and egg donors who have undergone one of the most high standard screening processes in the nation.
To gain an understanding of surrogacy success rates, we first need to explain the challenges in measuring the success rates of assisted reproductive technology (ART). While ART is instrumental in helping intended parents overcome infertility, it can also present health risks and occasional pregnancy complications, such as multiple births. Because of these risks, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) monitors ART procedures that have been performed in the U.S.
However, be cautious about taking official reports at face value. Published clinic statistics are often not accurate due to various reasons. We work with many clinics, and can guide you towards the ones with which we've experienced the most success and the smoothest journeys.
All ART cycles performed in the US should be reported to the CDC, however, not every clinic does this. Unfortunately, some less-than-reputable clinics only present favorable results, instead of submitting all necessary information. This clinic behavior also causes the CDC to do yearly audits and site visits for clinics that offer ART cycles. That’s why it’s crucial that as an intended parent, surrogate, or even egg donor, you seek an agency and clinic that’s verified and can offer you the transparent care you deserve.
Because of this, surrogacy success rates are not necessarily accurate. There is also a typical lag of two to three years in data due to intended parents’ unique treatment timelines. These timelines depend on factors such as:
Don’t hesitate and contact us today. At Hatch, over 99% of our intended parents go home with a baby. You’ll be in the best of hands, and we’ll do everything in our power to make your dreams a reality.
You’ll have access to highly qualified surrogate candidates in surrogacy friendly states. Your coordinator will guide you throughout every step of this process, with every question addressed.