What is Surrogacy

Surrogacy is an arrangement in which a woman agrees to become pregnant for the purpose of giving birth to a child or children for others (intended parents) to raise. This special woman is called the surrogate. Surrogacy is a beautiful choice, a gateway to parenthood for people who have often given up hope of conceiving. As a surrogate, you are choosing to give an incredible gift to someone who might otherwise never know the joy of being a parent.

Gestational Surrogates

A technique called "in vitro fertilization" (IVF) now makes it possible to gather eggs from the mother, fertilize them with sperm from the father, and place the embryo into the uterus of a gestational surrogate. The surrogate then carries the baby until birth. She doesn't have any genetic ties to the child because it wasn't her egg that was used. A gestational surrogate is called the "birth mother." The biological mother, though, is still the woman whose egg was fertilized.

We take care of our surrogates

- During pregnancy the Surrogate Mother is assigned a personal guide who is available to cater for her needs 24/7.

-The guide coordinates Surrogate Mother’s medical appointments, regularly checks her living conditions and lifestyle and prepares weekly reports for the Intended Parents.

-They have Psychologists in case their hormonal changes cause them feel stressed or anxious

-We conduct number of educational trainings for our surrogate mothers to explain them how crucial it is for them and baby to have healthy intake of sufficient nutrients.

-Intended Parents follow the pregnancy of Surrogate Mother by photos, videos, ultrasound reports and a personal blog