Category: Gestational Surrogacy
The Commercial Surrogacy Debate
|Posted by: Thomas on October 30th, 2012||no responses.|
Surrogacy brings the joy of parenthood to those who, for various reasons, are not able to conceive or adopt. Many consider raising a child to be the greatest pleasure one can find in life, and bringing that joy to infertile or same-sex couples is the main advantage touted by those on the pros side of the commercial surrogacy debate.
The topic is under heated disputation, however. It is said by the opposition that commercial surrogacy is unethical, due to the simple fact that the surrogate is selling her reproductive system. Those who oppose the practice also say that parenthood is not a basic human right, and that the process is too traumatic for all involved to be done morally. Many countries around the world have even banned commercial surrogacy, but there are many countries including the United States, India, and some countries in Europe, which clearly see the benefits of surrogacy for both the surrogate and the intending parents, and have consented to it being a commercial practice. [singlepic id=211 w=320 h=240 float=right]
However, surrogacy is extremely expensive in the West, putting the dream of parenthood out of reach for many couples. Commercial surrogacy in India, on the other hand, can be a viable option for those who cannot afford it in their home country. The cost of surrogacy in India can even be up to 80% less than that in the United States and other developed countries.
The low cost of living in the country drives the price of surrogacy down, making it more affordable, but without sacrificing safety or quality.
How Does Surrogacy Work?
There are two different types of surrogacy. Which one to go with depends on the reason for seeking surrogacy?
So while the heated commercial surrogacy debate rages on in countries like Australia, where it is banned in some parts, other countries with excellent health care systems are there for couples whose only dream is to raise a child of their own. SurrogacyClinics facilitates surrogacy trips to India and elsewhere and can help you with all aspects of your trip, from choosing a clinic and surrogate mother to travel details. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.
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Partial Hysterectomy & Own Egg Surrogacy
|Posted by: Roberts on October 9th, 2012||no responses.|
Having a hysterectomy used to mean that bearing a child was out of the question, but with advances in medicine even after you have a partial hysterectomy, own egg surrogacy will allow you to advance your genetic line. While surrogacy is not accepted in some countries, surrogacy clinics in India, Russia, parts of the US and several other countries are helping people realize their dreams of having a family.
According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 3.1 million women had a hysterectomy between the years 2000 and 2004. While getting pregnant after a hysterectomy isn’t possible, you can still have a child through gestational surrogacy. [singlepic id=207 w=320 h=240 float=right]
About Partial Hysterectomy
About Own Egg Surrogacy
Partial hysterectomy and own egg surrogacy is an answer for many women who want children but must undergo a hysterectomy for their own health. If surrogacy in local clinics is beyond your financial reach, there are many options just a plane ride away and you can seek out informed surrogacy clinics to help you along the way.
For more information on gestational surrogacy with intended mother’s eggs after partial hysterectomy, fill-out the quote request form on the right.
Single Dads Surrogacy in India
|Posted by: Roberts on August 29th, 2012||no responses.|
Single men who dream of being fathers, but can’t afford surrogacy in their home countries now have an economical surrogacy option. Many surrogacy clinics in India now offer surrogacy for single fathers. India is one of the world’s most popular destinations for surrogacy, and more and more infertile people are choosing to go there each year. [singlepic id=205 w=320 h=240 float=right] The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) reports that surrogacy is becoming more popular in the United States, as gestational carrier cycles have increased by 28% since 2007. However, the procedure is extremely expensive in the US, putting it out of reach for many people who long for parenthood, especially single people with only one source of income. The low cost of Indian surrogacy for single dadscan make parenthood a reality for those who cannot afford it back home. Due to increased cultural acceptance of the practice, and forward-thinking surrogacy laws, surrogacy is proliferating in countries like India, where it is legal.
Advantages of Surrogacy in India for Single Men
World Class Facilities and Physicians
Strict Surrogate Screening Processes
Tips for Single Men Looking for Surrogacy Services in India
The availability of surrogacy in India for single dads is making dreams come true for so many men who wouldn’t otherwise be able to be fathers, and we help facilitate the process. Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments you may have.
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