Surrogacy Treatment Delhi – A fertility treatment by which childless couples are benefited
Surrogacy Treatment Delhi is one of the best-proven fertility treatment for the couples who are looking to have an own baby. Surrogacy in Delhi is a procedure where one woman carries the pregnancy in her womb for another woman who is not able to carry the pregnancy due to some medical reasons. Before you plan to undergo for the Surrogacy in Delhi you must seek the legal advice because every country has a different law for surrogacy procedures.
Procedure of Surrogacy in Delhi
The procedure of Surrogacy in Delhi is of two types (i) Gestational Surrogacy and (ii) Traditional Surrogacy
(i) Gestational Surrogacy: Gestational Surrogacy is a Surrogacy in Delhi procedure in which your fertility expert will use your eggs and your husband sperm for fertilization and will place the resulted embryo into the uterus of gestational surrogate. This is one of the safety procedures because in this procedure your eggs and sperms are used for fertilization and gestational mother has no genetical relationship with the baby born. The average cost of the gestational surrogacy is around USD 35,000.
(ii) Traditional Surrogacy: Traditional surrogacy is a Surrogacy in Delhi procedure in which your fertility expert will use the egg of the surrogate mother or egg donor eggs are used which will be artificially inseminated with the sperm of the recipient husband and then the resulted embryo will be implanted into the uterus of the surrogate mother. This is a procedure where the surrogate is genetically related to the baby born because her eggs are used for the procedure. The average cost of traditional surrogacy is USD 30,000.
Law of Surrogacy in Delhi
There is no such law is associated with Surrogacy in Delhi procedure but both the parties need to sign a contract which states that surrogate will carry your baby in her womb for 9 months and then hand over the baby after the baby born to his/her intended parents. On the other hand, intended parents need to sign a contract which states that they will bear all the expenses of the surrogates including her food, accommodation, clothing, legal charges etc.
The intended parents also need to file a petition on the third day of the baby born for seeking the Court permission to be a legal parents of baby born and the Court will then orders the Department of Vital Statistics to issue a new birth certificate which states the name of intended parents as the legal parents of the baby born and surrogate has no relationship left with baby born.