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Ans. You will be updated about the progress at regular intervals either by mail or telephone.
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They are tested  for,

  • Haemoglobin, Complete Blood Count
  • Hb Electrophoresis
  • TSH, Prolactin, Antithyroid antibodies, Antimicrosomial antibodies
  • Blood Sugar Fasting & 2 Hours Post Lunch
  • HIV, Hepatitis B & C
  • Rubella IgG / IgM
  • Liver Function and Renal Function Tests. These are the standard tests. Sometimes couples ask for other tests to be done. If the request is appropriate then we can do additional tests.
  • The surrogate lady also undergoes a pelvic sonography to evaluate the uterine lining, the uterus and the pelvic organs. The uterine lining is scanned at various intervals in the cycle to make sure that the lining is receptive for implantation.
Ans. Foetal reduction is used in the case of multiple pregnancy, which is a procedure to reduce a higher-order multiple pregnancy (one with three or more fetuses) to a twin or singleton pregnancy, without targeting a specific fetus for reduction. This is done with the approval of commissioning parents.
Ans. Conditions such as excessive vomiting during pregnancy, anaemia during pregnancy, high blood pressure, diabetes, threatened preterm labour, antenatal or postnatal hemorrhage, intra-uterine growth retardation etc. are some of the problems which can happen during pregnancy.
Ans. As per the current guidelines and notifications received from ICMR and the Health Ministry single individual who have foreign nationalities are not permited to do surrogacy in India. However there is no ban for surrogacy for single parents who have Indian citizenship.

There are many instances of a single father wanting to become a parent. Surrogacy will have to be planned with your sperm and a donor egg. The birth certificate of your baby will mention your name as the father and the mother’s name will be kept blank.

On the other hand, if you are a single mother and cannot bear a child for medical reasons, you can use a donor sperm and your egg so that the embryo can be transferred into a surrogate. In this case your name will be mentioned as the mother’s name and the father’s name will be kept blank.
Ans. Most surrogate ladies deliver vaginally but a Caesarean Section may be planned in case of any obstetric indication. The delivery is carried out by the Obstetrician and Gynaecologist from our team.
Ans. The commissioning parents can receive the baby the same day after the delivery if the baby is completely fit.
Ans. The surrogate is kept under observation of our Obstetrician and Gynaecologist for approximately three days following a vaginal and five days following a caesarean delivery.
Ans. Vaccination can be arranged.
Ans. Yes, this is possible as per wishes of commissioning family .
Ans. If you wish to have paternal DNA testing this has to be informed to us earlier.
Ans. If you wish to have cord stem cell banking this has to be informed to us earlier at the time of signing the contract. This has an extra charge.
Department of Assisted Reproduction (IVF) and Genetics
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