About Surrogacy

What is Surrogacy?

Surrogacy is perhaps the most complex and difficult way to achieve parenthood. A surrogate mother is one who lends her uterus to another couple so that they can have a baby, the word “surrogate” meaning substitute or replacement.

Deciding to go in for surrogacy is a very hard decision for most couples, because of the many variable involved, and they have many concerns – social, legal, emotional and medical.

Women who agree to become surrogates may do so for compassionate reasons. This is called altruistic surrogacy. Commercial surrogacy has now been banned in India.

Surrogacy Fees

Our fees are very cost effective because of our high success rates!

Surrogacy: Step by Step

  1. Determine if surrogacy is your best option. Surrogacy is an expensive and complex treatment option, which is best reserved for women without a uterus. Research shows that the reason for failed implantation is much more likely to be genetically abnormal embryos ( because of poor quality eggs), rather than a uterine problem. For women with repeated failed IVF cycle; repeated pregnancy losses; and older women, donor egg IVF or embryo adoption is a much better choice, because it’s less expensive.
  2. If you send me your medical details by filling in the form at www.drmalpani.com/free-second-opinion, I can guide you. Don’t get pressurized into doing surrogacy because you are fed up or frustrated !
  3. Select the right clinic. Taking treatment at a world-class clinic will maximize your chances of success and give you peace of mind you did your best.
  4. Treatment can be expensive, but a baby is priceless. Our charges are very cost effective because of our high success rates !

Treatment plan for surrogacy

1) With your own Eggs:

These days it’s often much easier to use frozen eggs/ frozen embryos, so you don’t have to worry about synchronising cycles.

We collect your eggs, fertilise them, freeze the embryos, and then transfer these frozen embryos into the surrogate after preparing her uterus.

(If you do not get periods because your uterus has been removed, please do not get confused as to how to count Day 1. We can still treat you – it’s just that Day 1 will be 3-4 days after stopping a 21-day course of birth control pills to downregulate you.

2) With Donor Eggs:

We freeze your husband’s sperm; fertilise frozen donor eggs with these, and then transfer the frozen embryos after thawing them into the surrogate’s uterus when this is primed and receptive.

Interested in Surrogacy?