Parenthood is a life changing and rewarding experience. Surrogacy Abroad Inc offers a wide range of options to fulfill your dreams of parenthood. With the well-equipped, state- of –the- art infertility treatments available and expert physicians in the field; we have been able to assist couples and singles all over the world at a most affordable price.
Surrogacy in India has become an increasingly popular alternative for Americans. The laws for surrogacy in India favor the intended parents more than the other countries. The cost for surrogacy in India is roughly a third of what it costs in the U.S. Also, the range of treatment options available is broad and at the forefront of art technology. Surrogacy in India offers a unique opportunity for discretion, which would be difficult to achieve in the U.S.
When an infertile couple (or a single male or female) desires a family, several options present themselves. They include: egg donation, sperm donation, traditional surrogacy, gestational surrogacy, or adoption.
Surrogacy is a desirable option for many intended parents because a genetic link to their child is possible, unlike adoption. For medical or genetic reasons, some intended parents need only the assistance of anonymous egg or sperm donors. In addition to securing a surrogate, we can assist with securing egg/sperm donor for the intended parents. Typically, our clients rely upon us to locate and screen egg donors and/or surrogates, to handle legal paperwork, coordinate medical care, and most importantly, to oversee the creation of their child from prior to conception, continuously during pregnancy, and through birth. We handle all aspects and details of the process of creating a child through surrogacy, which provides our intended parents the freedom to focus on the joy of becoming parents.
Gestational surrogacy is the process by which intended parents use either the intended mother's own eggs or donated eggs to create a child with the intended father's sperm or donor sperm through in vitro fertilization. The surrogate becomes pregnant by transfer of some of the embryos into her uterus on the third or fifth day after the eggs are harvested and fertilized.
The surrogate mother makes no genetic contribution to the creation of the child. Donated eggs are usually from anonymous donors.
Intended parents have many questions about their future family and questions about surrogacy. We are sensitive to the fact that they may have known from the beginning of their relationship, or before, that they would need to turn to third party reproduction to create a child. While adoption is an available resource for childless couples, the waiting period for a healthy child is quite lengthy in this day where few babies born are placed for adoption. Age limitations exclude many intended parents from adoption programs. Sometimes, intended parents feel uneasy about adopting a child for whom they will likely receive little to no medical or genetic history, or where they do not know whether the birth mother consumed harmful substances during the pregnancy. In an adoption setting the birth mother always has the option of changing her mind and shattering the hopes of the adopting couple. Surrogacy and/or egg donation is the answer to experiencing the joy of parenthood for infertile/ gay/lesbian couples that would like to have a genetic relationship to their child, or have otherwise determined that adoption is not right for them.
1. How are the ED / Surrogates recruited?
The IVF Clinic has a wide variety of egg donors ready to donate at any given time.
2. Will the Intended Parents be able to select an Egg Donor before hand?
Yes, the clinic will make the profiles of the Egg Donors available to the IP's. Please note that as this is an anonymous egg donation program. Thus, neither egg sharers nor the egg donors will be allowed to meet with the intended parents.
3. How does Surrogacy Abroad ensure the integrity of this medical procedure?
One of our staff members will be present in the clinic at the time of the Ovum (egg) pick-up of the donor. Later on Surrogacy Abroad can also assist you to confirm this via a DNA test (optional).
4. When are the contracts signed and under which laws?
All the Contracts would be drafted by the Solicitors and sent across to you and they will be subject to Indian jurisdiction.
5. How many Embryos are implanted by the clinic?
India has some of the friendliest ART laws.Our clinics can transfer upto 4 embryos with the intent to maximize our chances of pregnancy.
6. What is a typical profile of women wanting to become a surrogate mother in India?
She would have her own child or children and be between 25-35 years of age. The surrogate would have to clear some basic pathological and certain baseline medical investigations. Additionally, Surrogacy Abroad would also conduct a Psychological assessment of the Surrogate.
7. How long is the whole protocol from down regulation to embryo implantation?
Sperm donor is required to be in India for 3 days. The egg donor must be in India for 5 - 10 days so that the cycle and stimulation may be closely monitored by the clinic staff. After successful egg retrieval and fertilization, the implantation will take place 3 days later.
8. What if we use our own eggs? Will that mean I will have to stay longer in Hyderabad than the usual 3 weeks it takes for the whole process of surrogacy?
Both parents will be required to stay for a maximum of three weeks.
9. How often can we keep in contact with the surrogate during her pregnancy?
The clinics in conjunction with Surrogacy Abroad would make arrangements for this.
10. We don't need a surrogate or a donor. All I want is IVF done on myself.
We will just need you to undergo the screening tests prior to starting the cycle. You will need to send us a copy of all the reports. The clinic will then begin the cycle at the earliest. Your maximum stay will be for two weeks. Once Surrogacy Abroad coordinates your case, we will consult with the clinic and guide you accordingly so that you can plan your trip.
11. What is the success rate of the partner IVF clinic?
We provide you with 2 surrogacy mothers; (super package) includes up to 4 embryo transfers, so chances of success is above 90%. Our partner clinics have helped more than 1500 babies to be born in the last 10 years.