Surrogacy is when another woman carries and gives birth to a baby for the couple who want to have a child..
Surrogacy indicates an arrangement whereby a woman is engaged to undergo the pregnancy, labor, and delivery for another individual who either cannot conceive (repeated IVF failures) or women with no uterus or with systemic, metabolic problems.
Traditional Surrogacy is an arrangement where a woman agrees to become pregnant and deliver for a contracted party as genetic mother through IUI.
In gestational surrogacy, a female host is implanted with an embryo to which she has no right, and carries the resulting child to term as biological mother.
True / Commercial Surrogacy, if the gestational carrier gets compensated for carrying and delivering the child. If the gestational carrier receives no compensation, the arrangement is referred to as an altruistic surrogacy, done by a friend for the intended parent(s).
We are legally extending our service to any of the above procedures for the needy couples to achieve their lifetime ambition through ART.
Is surrogacy for me?
Surrogacy may be appropriate if you have a medical condition that makes it impossible or dangerous to get pregnant and to give birth. The type of medical conditions that might make surrogacy necessary for you include:
- absence or malformation of the womb
- recurrent pregnancy loss
- repeated in vitro fertilization (IVF) implantation failures
- Severe metabolic syndromes prohibiting pregnancies.
How does surrogacy work?
Full – Gestational surrogacy involves the implantation of an embryo created using either:
- the eggs and sperm of the intended parents
- a donated egg fertilized with sperm from the intended father
- an embryo created using donor eggs and sperm
Partial surrogacy (also known as Traditional surrogacy) – Partial surrogacy involves sperm from the intended father and an egg from the surrogate. Here fertilization is (usually) done by artificial insemination or intrauterine insemination (IUI).