For Those Suffering From Infertility Here Is A Beautiful Solution!
“Of all the right of being a woman, the greatest is to be a mother.”- Lin Yutang
Motherhood is truly a boon and perhaps the happiest phase of a woman’s life. This is true even when seeks to become a mother through a surrogate. For all those people who are infertile and might not be able to conceive, surrogacy might just be the right choice for you.
Thanks to increasing awareness and ever advancing medical science, couples are stepping up to look for other ways to become parents, including with the help of surrogacy. On the other hand, the number of women who are registering to be surrogate mothers has seen a healthy rise.
Commercial surrogacy has been legal in India since 2002. You may be surprised to know that India is emerging as a leader in international surrogacy. It is even reaching out to other countries and has come to be a sought after destination in surrogacy-related fertility tourism.
The legal aspects of this field are, in most countries, very complicated. India is one of the few countries to recognize the need for the intended/commissioning parent(s)to be designated the legal parents of the surrogate child, as opposed to legalizing only those who have become parents by giving birth to the child. [Source]
Surrogacy is done through the In Vitro Fertility (IVF) procedure. These are the common steps in this process:
- The eggs are monitored and a healthy egg(s) are developed in the uterus.
- These eggs are collected and so are some healthy sperms.
- The eggs and the sperms are combined in a laboratory carefully and a friendly environment is created for the embryo to form.
- This embryo is then transferred to a healthy uterus giving the perfect room for the baby to grow.
Many Indian hospitals are technologically equipped and current in providing state-of-the-class services for this procedure. The procedure itself has evolved into a simpler process than it used to be before.
With more people adopting surrogacy to have a baby, the practice is no longer taboo in society. If you have been facing problems in becoming a parent and are looking for a solution, join a discussion with our doctors at CARE and they would be able to walk you through what can be done!