"…until you have a baby, you don't even realize how much were missing one."
Surrogacy has a different meaning for each person. For prospective parents, from all different backgrounds, it is the chance to finally complete their family and realize their dreams of parenthood. For surrogates, it is the chance of a lifetime to give selflessly to another family. For both parties, surrogacy is an extraordinary journey and a deeply rewarding experience unlike any other.
Surrogacy is a complex process, so please contact us to learn more about the steps to ensure that both parties make the best decisions.
We offer comprehensive counseling by obstetricians, gynecologists, psychologists and lawyers who would love to speak with you.
Your surrogacy may include
- Personalised guidance interview to explore solutions and alternatives
- Pre-operative assessment and examinations
- Medical consultation with obstetrician, gynaecologist and psychologist
- Medical insurance
As a national and international patient you could have
- Accommodation & transportation
- Tourism guides before-after your treatment
- Digital follow up when you are in your country (in some countries we do have ally’s can help you to follow your recovery process)
Surrogacy is a form of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), whereby a woman offers to carry a baby through pregnancy on behalf of another person or couple and gives the baby after birth to the intended parents.”In vitro fertilization” (IVF) makes it possible to gather eggs from the mother, fertilize them with sperm from the father, and place the embryo into the uterus of a gestational surrogate who carries the baby until birth.
Advantages of surrogacy
Advantages of surrogacy for intended parents
The primary benefits for couples and individuals whose lives are changed by this experience include YOUR BABY AT HOME. Surrogacy is often the answer to years of hard work and frustration for hopeful couples and individuals who have tried unsuccessfully to have children. The process helps them to have a biological child.
HOPE FOR INFERTILE COUPLES. Gestational surrogacy allows one or both parents to be biologically related to their child. THE OPPORTUNITY TO RAISE A CHILD FROM BIRTH. PROSPECTIVE PARENTS ARE INVOLVED THROUGHOUT THE PREGNANCY EXPERIENCE. You will be able to be present from the embryo transfer to your baby’s birth. YOU MAY FACE FEWER RESTRICTIONS WITH SURROGACY THAN WITH ADOPTION. SURROGACY CAN BE MORE SUCCESSFUL THAN FERTILITY TREATMENTS
Advantages of surrogacy for surrogate mothers
Each surrogacy is life-changing, and there is something to be gained from every journey. Here are some of the main ways surrogacy can benefit these amazing women and their families:
- Surrogates enjoy a deep sense of personal satisfaction and pride knowing they have helped another family in such an incredible and life-altering way.
- FORMATION OF LASTING RELATIONSHIPS. Women who choose surrogacy are able to share their pregnancy journey with the intended parents and develop a strong bond throughout the process.
- HEALTHCARE AND COUNSELING SERVICES. OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY All of the surrogate’s expenses are paid for and reimbursed throughout the pregnancy.
- ECONOMIC COMPENSATION. The surrogate may receive financial compensation.
Is a surrogacy process for you?
You may be eligible to commission a surrogate if:
- You are a woman who is unlikely to become pregnant or be able to carry a pregnancy or give birth due to a medical condition.
- You are a couple with a history of unsuccessful fertilisation or pregnancies.
- You are a same-sex couple who wants to have a child and have struggled with infertility.
Who can be a surrogate?
The surrogate must satisfy all of the following requirements:
- She must be older than 25 years of age and younger than the age of natural menopause (52 years of age).
- Must have already given birth to a child of her own.
- Have no history of pregnancy-related illnesses or complications.
- Have an established relationship with the intending parents for a period of no less than 2 years by the time of embryo transfer.
- Neither the surrogate (nor the intending parents) suffer from any significant psychiatric disorder that would impair decision-making or the care of the child.