Why Surrogacy In India Is A Practicable Option For Foreign Couples

Foreign couples who are struggling with infertility disorders often find in a perplexing situation when they fail to achieve conception despite trying for years. Most of the times these couples face anxiety and depression as infertility is a private matter to their lives that no couples wants to share it with anyone. Friends and family members are keenly asking them a lot of questions for not being able to conceive. That is why childless couples turn to feasible options to have a child through assisted reproduction. One of the workable and practical options is considering surrogacy in India.

Why Surrogacy In India Is A Practicable Option For Foreign Couples

Surrogacy is presented as another form of assisted reproduction and an alternative option for couples who cannot have children on their own thus giving them the opportunity to realize their parenthood dreams.

Gestational Surrogates, Genetic Children

Gestational surrogacy is a wonderful treatment option available to women with specific medical problems, usually an absent uterus, to help them have their own genetic children. The baby born to a surrogate mother can be genetically related to the biological parents. The name of the intended parents will be mentioned on the baby’s birth certificate. According to the Indian law, surrogates have no parental rights and they cannot change their mind about handing over a child to the intended parents.

An increasing number of childless couples from overseas come to India to explore gestational surrogacy arrangements. In gestational surrogacy, the pregnancy results from the transfer of an embryo created by in-vitro fertilization (IVF), in a manner so the resulting child is genetically unrelated to the surrogate. Gestational surrogate mothers are also referred to as gestational carriers.

Prospective surrogates help prospective parents

Overall, surrogacy emerges to be a positive experience for surrogate mothers. Women who make a decision to embark upon surrogacy often have accomplished a family of their own and feel they wish to help a couple who would not otherwise be able to become parents.

Affordable IVF treatment Options

When it comes to IVF treatment, things have improved rapidly. IVF improves chances of getting pregnant and we are witnessing quite optimistic results. Today couples using IVF make more informed decisions about how best to use the reproductive technology.

When it comes to medication and IVF treatment, it is much cheaper in India comparing to western countries. The foreign couples choose to do the entire IVF cycle in India, thereby spending more time in India, at low costs. While each couple decides on how they want to go ahead with IVF, with the current findings states the success rates are also increasing. IVF surrogacy is therefore a successful treatment for a number of women who would otherwise not be able to have their own genetic children. Even for the older women, IVF produces positive results.

According to a study, the first, fresh embryo provides the best chance for pregnancy, particularly in women age 42 or older.

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Dr Rita Bakshi

Dr. Rita Bakshi is a well renowned gynaecologsts and obstetrician with a rich experience of more than 20 years in the field of Assisted Reproductive technology (ART). Dr. Rita has extensive experience in all fields of assisted conception, with a special interest in IVF and Egg Donor Surrogacy. She’s also the founder of ADIVA group of Hospitals. During the past two decades of service, Dr. Rita Bakshi has brought happiness to thousands of couples and performed over 6000 caesarean sections, 3000 Hysterectomies, 1000 cases of IVF annually with a success rate of over 45%. She takes your dreams seriously and focuses on the long term and best interests of the child, the surrogate and the intended parent(s).