by Neelam Chhagani

Surrogacy Services 

Surrogacy is an arrangement between a woman to carry and deliver a baby/babies for another individual or couple who are unable to conceive due to missing or abnormal uterus, had multiple failed in-vitro fertilization, and had multiple pregnancy losses or due to unexplained medical conditions. There are different types of surrogacy arrangements.

Gestational Surrogacy

In this case, a surrogate is only carrier of baby but has no genetic link with the baby.  Here, gametes of both biological parents are used for fertilization and resulting embryos are placed in the uterus of the surrogate mother. In this case, sperm or egg donors can be used at least for one partner. Gestational surrogacy is widely used and accepted among the Intended parent as they feel secure and more in control of the surrogacy and pregnancy. This is due to the fact that they are genetically link with the baby.

Traditional Surrogacy

This is an arrangement where surrogate mother is genetically link with the baby, meaning, her gametes are used for fertilization.  This sort of arrangement is banned in most countries.  It can be a difficult enterprise for the surrogate mother as she is not only a carrier of the baby but genetically link as well.  It might make it difficult for her to give away the baby to another couple and can be emotionally difficult for her.

Altruistic Surrogacy

In this surrogacy arrangement, the surrogate mother received no financial benefit for her pregnancy. Although, she is eligible to get expenses related to pregnancy care medical expense, clothing allowance and work off allowance.

Commercial Surrogacy

This is a form of agreement in which a gestational carrier is paid to carry the child full term in her womb. This kind of arrangement is legal in many countries.

We have served many Intended Parents all over the world and help them realize their dream of parenthood. Our years of experience in field of surrogacy and egg donation definitely help us to offer you very best in the industry.

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