Surrogacy

WHAT IS SURROGACY ?

Surrogacy is an arrangement in which a woman carries and delivers a child for another couple. Surrogacy involves the transfer of one or more fertilized embryos derived from the infertile woman’s eggs and her partner’s sperm into the uterus of a surrogate. In this case, the surrogate provides a host womb but does not contribute genetically to the baby.

WHO NEEDS SURROGACY ?

Surrogacy is intended for women with

  • diseased uterus / absent uterus
  • repeated implantation failure / abortions and
  • medical inability to undergo stress of pregnancy and labour.