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Surrogacy

Surrogacy

What is surrogacy?

In surrogacy, a woman becomes pregnant on behalf of another woman who is unable to conceive for medical reasons.

The parents undergo one or more cycles of in vitro fertilization (IVF) -. and the fertilized eggs (embryos) resulting from the treatment are transferred in the womb of the surrogate mother with the aim of achieving pregnancy.

The surrogate mother is not genetically or legally related to the child or children to be born.

What are the procedures followed for surrogacy treatment?

Transferring fertilized egg, that don’t belong to the surrogate mother, into her uterus to achieve pregnancy, is permitted with judicial permission granted before the transfer

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What are the procedures followed for surrogacy treatment?

The suitability of the surrogate as well as the intended parents for this procedure is determined by the fertility evaluation, medical suitability tests, psychological assessment, and other medical procedures…

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Legal issues

For the woman who becomes pregnant on behalf of another woman a compensation is provided for covering the absence from work, which is necessary for the achievement of pregnancy, pregnancy, delivery and puerperium.

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