All about surrogacy!

Have you been wondering, what is a surrogate? Here we’re not only answering your question but giving a little more information that you will need to understand the term best.

What is a surrogate arrangement?

A surrogate is a woman who carries a pregnancy for another woman. After the delivery, the surrogate will have no legal ties with the baby. Surrogacy is basically a paid partnership between two parties where one party agrees to carry the pregnancy using the egg and sperm from the second party. However, it may happen that some intended mothers are unable to provide the egg due to medical conditions or complications.

What are the types of surrogates? What is the difference between the two?

A traditional surrogate is a woman who uses her own eggs to conceive the child. The sperm may be provided by the intended father or a donor, is a choice of the intended parents. Although, in this case, the surrogate will be genetically linked to the baby and can be called the biological mother. The reason a couple may have to use a surrogates eggs vary from medical complications, chronic disorder etc to the intended mother.

Gestational surrogacy is the process where the egg and sperm are both from the intended parents and a surrogate is simply a safe place for pregnancy. The surrogate, in this case, is only the birth mother and is in no other form related to the baby. The egg and sperm are used to create embryos in the laboratory and the embryo is then transferred to the uterus of the gestational surrogate using IVF or in-vitro fertilization procedure.

Legal comparisons

Before you start the journey of surrogacy, it is advisable to make a contract that legally binds both the parties. After you have got an answer to the question, what is a surrogate, it is crucial to understand how this arrangement will work for the longer term. hence it is essential to establish guidelines as to how can the surrogate be involved with the baby post delivery. In case of gestational surrogacy, the surrogate has no biological links to the baby but, it is advisable to enter a contract which defines the guidelines to be followed.

How can we help you?

Our sperm sorting technology is most advanced.

To control embryo implantation we use imaging technology which is the most advanced 3D ultrasound technology.

For incubation, we use the laser-assisted artificial technique.

We always look forward to the best end results, for which we need healthy and high-quality embryos. For this purpose, we use the ICSI single sperm injection technology.

For our doctors to best see where they can plant the embryo, we use a panorama view of the uterus for better clarity.

The most advanced CGH chromosome scanning technology is used by us to scan for preimplantation embryo genetic diseases.

With all the above skills and technologies along with the IVF technology, we continuously strive to improve our success rate. We assure extra care and attention to the surrogate mothers who are willing to bring happiness to someone else.