Exploring Altruistic Surrogacy in India: Procedures and Eligibility Criteria

by Shivani Sachdev Founder & Director

Altruistic surrogacy in India has emerged as a beacon of hope for couples struggling with infertility or medical conditions hindering pregnancy. Read our full article to know more about surrogacy procedures and eligibility criteria for those considering this remarkable journey.

Surrogacy Procedures:

1.     Initial Consultation: The journey typically begins with an initial consultation with a fertility specialist. Here, intended parents discuss their medical history, desires, and expectations regarding surrogacy.

2.     Surrogate Matching: Once the decision to pursue surrogacy is made, intended parents and potential surrogates are carefully matched based on compatibility, mutual understanding, and legal agreements.

3.     Medical Screening: Both parties undergo rigorous medical and psychological evaluations to ensure they are physically and emotionally prepared for the surrogacy journey.

4.     Legal Formalities: Legal contracts outlining the rights, responsibilities, and expectations of all parties involved are drafted and signed, ensuring a transparent and legally binding process.

5.     Fertility Treatment: The surrogate undergoes fertility treatment to prepare her uterus for embryo transfer. This typically involves hormone injections and monitoring to optimize the chances of successful implantation.

6.     Embryo Transfer: Once embryos are ready, they are transferred to the surrogate's uterus through a minimally invasive procedure, often guided by ultrasound technology.

7.     Pregnancy and Birth: Throughout the pregnancy, the surrogate receives continuous medical care and support. Upon the birth of the child, legal procedures are followed to establish parentage as per Indian laws.

Who Can Opt for Altruistic Surrogacy in India:

1.     Couples Facing Infertility: Couples unable to conceive naturally due to infertility issues, recurrent miscarriages, or medical conditions hindering pregnancy may opt for surrogacy.

2.     Individuals with Medical Conditions: Individuals with medical conditions such as uterine abnormalities, severe endometriosis, or certain genetic disorders may opt for surrogacy to have biological children.

Altruistic surrogacy in India offers a regulated and supportive environment for individuals and couples seeking to expand their families through assisted reproductive techniques. With comprehensive medical care, legal guidance, and ethical practices, it provides a ray of hope for those embarking on the journey of parenthood.

To know more about it, consult with IVF specialists Dr Shivani Sachdev Gour.

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