- +Investigation of Female
- +Investigation of Male
- +Ovulation Induction By
- +Surgical Sperm Aspiration
- +Other Surgeries
- 123 Maternity Obstetrician & Gynaecologists Pre Conceptional Counselling and Screening Fetal Medicine Antenatal Care Electronic Monitoring System (CTG) Pain Less Delivery (Epidural Analgesia) Normal Vaginal Birth and Low Risk Vacuum Caesarian Section (Stichless) High Risk Delivery Neonatal Care Post Natal Care Cord Blood Stem Cell Preservation
Surrogacy for social reasons such as the inconvenience of carrying a child, fear of pregnancy or interrupting a career is not accepted.
Women who agree to become a surrogate may do so for compassionate reasons to help a sister, daughter or friend. Some women may agree to become surrogates for financial remuneration.
Surrogacy is a method of reproduction whereby a woman agrees to become pregnant and deliver a child for a contracted party.
To become a surrogate the woman should fulfill the following criteria:
- Age between 21 & 35 years old.
- A non smoker, on drug user who maintained a healthy life style.
- Must have successfully carried at least one pregnancy till full term.
- In a stable living situation.
- If married, have a spouse who is supportive of her decision to become a surrogate mother.
- Have a healthy, weight/height ratio.
- Should have a healthy life style and no addictions and no genetic diseases.
Once the surrogate has been selected, she undergoes a full medical and laboratory evaluation. These include following.
- A careful medical and family history
- A thorough physical examination
- A psychological evaluation
- Blood test for HIV, Hepatitis B & C an other sexually transmitted disease.
- Cervical cultures for organisms such as Chlamydia and ureaplasma
- An evaluation of the uterus by hysteroscopy
- Blood test- complete blood count, prolactin, thyroid stimulation hormone, ultrasound of pelvis and abdomen.