Infertility & Surrogacy - What Are the Medical Reasons for Surrogacy?
Surrogacy or surrogate motherhood may be an infertile couple's first choice or a last resort for certain medical reasons. Absence of uterus, uterine anomalies, contraindication to pregnancy, serious medical conditions, or a biologic inability to conceive and bear a child are some causes. Read more
Surrogacy Laws in India - Cost, Process & Requirements
After the passing of the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016, India limited the access to surrogacy for non-residents and made the requirements stricter for residents as well. Now, commercial surrogacy is forbidden and surrogacy can be done between family members only. Read more
Morris Syndrome: Characteristics, Causes and Reproductive Options
Morris syndrome is one of the causes of female sterility. Precisely, affected women suffer from a kind of male pseudohermaphroditism which manifests itself by a missing uterus and ovaries which is the reason why patients won't be able to have a biological child nor carrying a pregnancy to terms. Read more
Guide to the Surrogacy Process - The 7 Steps of Surrogacy
Today, a growing number of intended parents are unable to conceive and/or carry a child naturally, including heterosexual couples, gay parents, and single persons. Surrogacy is a viable option for these would-be parents to still being able to have a baby. Learn what every surrogacy process entails with this guide. Read more