Surrogacy Procedure in India Brief Guidance

If you’re considering surrogacy as a means to build your family, you’ve come to the right place. We’re here to guide you through the entire process, step by step, so you can feel confident and well-informed every step of the way.

Consultation: The first step in the surrogacy process is to schedule a consultation with our team of fertility specialists. During this appointment, we’ll discuss your individual situation and determine if surrogacy is the right path for you. We’ll also answer any questions you may have and provide you with information on the costs involved, the eligibility criteria, and the legal procedures.

Medical Screening: Before moving forward with surrogacy, both the intended parents and the surrogate will undergo a comprehensive medical examination at the functional ART Bio Bank. This is an important step to ensure that everyone involved is in good health and ready for the surrogacy journey.

The ART Bio Bank in India refers to a medical facility that specializes in preserving and storing biological materials, such as semen, eggs, and embryos, for use in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) and Surrogacy. The primary aim of ART Bio Banks is to provide a secure and controlled environment for the storage of these materials, ensuring their viability and safety for later use in infertility treatments. ART Bio Banks in India are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and staffed by experienced medical professionals to ensure the best possible outcome for patients seeking infertility treatments.

Legal Agreement: Once the medical screening is complete, a legally binding agreement between the intended parents and the surrogate will be prepared at the commissioned ART Bio Bank. This agreement outlines the rights and responsibilities of each party and will be reviewed and signed by all parties involved.

Embryo Transfer: Once the medical and legal procedures are complete, the embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) will be transferred to the surrogate’s uterus. Our team of specialists will provide the necessary support and guidance during this important step.

Pregnancy and Delivery: The surrogate will carry the pregnancy and give birth to the baby. Our team of doctors and nurses will provide ongoing care and support throughout the pregnancy, ensuring the best possible outcome for both the surrogate and the baby.

Post-Delivery Care: After the baby is born, the surrogate will receive medical care and support during the post-delivery period. This is an important time for both the surrogate and the intended parents, as they adjust to the new addition to their family.

Handover of the Baby: Once all the necessary legal procedures have been completed, the baby will be handed over to the intended parents. This marks the end of the surrogacy journey and the beginning of a new chapter for your family.