Are you dreaming of having a baby but unable to carry a pregnancy to term? Do you have a medical condition or treatment that prevents you from getting pregnant or delivering a child safely? Do you want to have a biological or genetic connection with your child? If yes, then you may benefit from surrogacy services.
Surrogacy services are services that involve hiring another woman (called a surrogate) to carry and deliver a child for you. The surrogate may be genetically related to the child (using her own eggs) or not (using donor eggs or your own eggs). The child may be conceived naturally or through assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs), such as IVF or ICSI.
Some of the reasons why you may choose surrogacy services are:
- You have a uterine factor infertility, which means that your uterus is absent, damaged, or abnormal.
- You have a medical condition or treatment that affects your fertility or pregnancy, such as cancer, endometriosis, or chemotherapy.
- You have a history of recurrent miscarriages, stillbirths, or preterm births.
- You have a genetic condition or disease that you do not want to pass on to your child, such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, or Huntington’s disease.
- You are a single male or a male couple who want to have a child without a female partner.
- You are a female couple who want to have a child with both of your genetic contributions.
What to expect from surrogacy services?
Surrogacy services are voluntary and confidential services that usually involve several steps:
- Finding a surrogate: This involves searching for a suitable surrogate who meets your criteria and preferences. You can find a surrogate through an agency, an online platform, or a personal network. You can also choose someone you know, such as a friend or a relative.
- Screening and matching: This involves conducting medical, psychological, and legal tests and evaluations on both you and the surrogate to ensure compatibility and eligibility. You and the surrogate will also sign a contract that outlines the terms and conditions of the surrogacy arrangement.
- Preparing for conception: This involves taking medication to synchronize your and the surrogate’s menstrual cycles and preparing the surrogate’s uterus for implantation. You and the surrogate will also decide on the method of conception, which can be natural or artificial.
- Conception and pregnancy: This involves transferring one or more embryos to the surrogate’s uterus using IVF or ICSI, or inseminating the surrogate with sperm using IUI. The surrogate will then carry the pregnancy until delivery. You and the surrogate will also maintain regular communication and support throughout the pregnancy.
- Delivery and parenthood: This involves attending the birth of your child and taking custody of your child after delivery. You and the surrogate will also complete any legal formalities to establish your parental rights and responsibilities.
Surrogacy services can help you achieve your dream of having a baby. They can also help you create a unique and meaningful bond with your child and the surrogate.
At Acme Hospital, we offer surrogacy services as one of our services to help you achieve your parenthood goals. We have a team of highly qualified and experienced doctors, embryologists, nurses, counsellors, and lawyers who will guide you through every step of your surrogacy journey. We have state-of-the-art facilities and equipment that ensure the highest standards of safety and quality. We have a patient-centric approach that respects your privacy, preferences, and values.
If you are interested in surrogacy services, please contact us today to book an appointment. We will conduct a thorough evaluation of your medical history,