IVF doctors in Telangana know it all as they are well versed with the nuances of surrogacy. Childless couples are in the safe hands of infertility doctors in Telangana.
Surrogacy happens to be an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman (the gestational carrier) does agree to bear a child for another person or even people, who will thus become the child’s parent(s) after birth. IVF doctors in Telangana do know how to deal with surrogacy pregnancy.
Step 1: Conceiving the Embryos
The initial step of the surrogacy process is for the Intended parents to travel to their chosen IVF clinic to donate eggs as well as sperm. Sperm donation is easy and can be done in an afternoon. Egg donation is indeed more complex and also requires about 2 weeks of hormone treatments (known as ovarian stimulation) before the eggs are retrieved.
Infertility doctors in Telangana know it all.
Once egg and sperm are donated, they are then combined in the laboratory to be able to conceive one’s embryos. These embryos are indeed allowed to grow in an incubator for about 5 days. At that time, they are either frozen or transferred to one’s uterus of one’s surrogate. Frozen, embryos can indeed remain viable for ten years or even more.
The more eggs that get retrieved, the more embryos tend to be fertilized and the better the chances of a pregnancy.
Much attention needs to be paid to the qualifications of their egg donor. All potential donors need to be well checked out by an IVF specialist.
Step 2: Finding the Surrogate
Finding a Gestational Carrier (aka, Surrogate) is no doubt a difficult task and agencies can charge exorbitant fees for this reason
Surrogates do need to meet strict qualifications. The easiest and fastest way to get hold of a surrogate is via a professional recruiter. The terms of her contract and her pay and benefits package need to be decided upon.
Intended Parents can also prefer to find their respective surrogate without the help of an agency.
Several Independent Surrogate candidates have not been accepted by agencies as they do not meet the legal or medical criteria. While Intended Parents may perhaps be willing to overlook some criteria, no reputable IVF clinics, as well as surrogacy lawyers, will indeed work with a surrogate that does not meet all requirements. Before executing any surrogacy contract, the surrogacy lawyer will require a “clearance letter” stating that one’s surrogate candidate has indeed met all the legal as well as medical requirements.
Step 3: Getting Pregnant
The fertilization process needs to have conceived several viable embryos. In this phase, they are transferred to one’s surrogate to start one’s pregnancy. The process includes Fertility treatments meant to prepare the surrogate for the transfer. Repeating the process if required.
Once the endometrium has been prepared, the embryos can be transferred. In most cases, frozen embryos are made use of during the transfer. Fresh embryos can also be used.
The best embryos are made use of initially. Others will stay frozen in case the transfer procedure does need to be repeated.
Step 4: Pregnancy & Prenatal Care
Prenatal oversight will much differ from country to county and from program to program. Overseas programs may involve a social worker who will rather physically visit the surrogate every week and also inspect her home and even administer a drug/alcohol test. In developing countries surrogates usually tend to live in a communal “surrogate house”, which may entail ethical concerns.
Step 5: Birth and Becoming a Parent
The baby is usually completely ready to deliver by week 38 and can arrive any time after that. Ultrasound exams usually do include an Estimated Delivery Date (EDD), but that date can be very unreliable. Especially early in the pregnancy, the EDD can be off by several weeks.
By the middle of the 3rd trimester, the EDD is certainly more reliable. During this time, the surrogate’s obstetrician will announce or predict an official date for the delivery. The parents will then be informed and they will be able to travel to the hospital to welcome their new son or daughter.