DEFINING GESTATIONAL SURROGACY:
An introduction to gestational surrogacy, where a woman (the gestational surrogate) carries and gives birth to a child on behalf of individuals or couples (the intended parents) who cannot conceive or carry a pregnancy themselves
WHAT WE OFFER AT GYNESCOPE
Initial Consultations and Assessments
Gynescope offers consultations to educate intended parents about the gestational surrogacy process, assess their suitability for surrogacy, and understand their specific needs and desires. We will evaluate medical histories, perform fertility assessments, and address any concerns or questions.
Medical Procedures and Care
Gynescope conducts the necessary medical procedures involved in gestational surrogacy, including: In vitro fertilization (IVF): Gynescope performs the process of fertilizing the intended mother's or donor's eggs with the intended father's or donor's sperm to create embryos for transfer to the gestational surrogate. Embryo Transfer: We carry out the procedure of transferring the developed embryos into the gestational surrogate's uterus for implantation and subsequent pregnancy.
Monitoring and Support
Throughout the pregnancy, Gynescope provides regular monitoring, ultrasounds, and medical care to ensure the health and well-being of the gestational surrogate and the developing fetus.
Counselling and Support
Gynescope offers counseling and emotional support services for intended parents and gestational surrogates. This support helps them navigate the emotional complexities, manage expectations, and establish open communication during the surrogacy journey.
Ethical and Transparent Practices
Gynescope upholds ethical standards and adheres to legal regulations governing surrogacy. They maintain transparency in all aspects, including financial considerations, consents, and the rights of all parties involved.
After the birth of the child, Gynescope may continue to offer support, guidance, and referrals to additional services if needed. We understand that the surrogacy journey extends beyond childbirth and recognize the importance of long-term support.
Gestational Surrogate vs. Traditional Surrogate:
Clarifying the distinction between gestational surrogacy and traditional surrogacy, highlighting that in gestational surrogacy, the surrogate is not biologically related to the child she carries
What Gynescope Offers:
Initial Consultation and Evaluation
Our Fertility clinic offer an initial consultation where patients can discuss their medical history, concerns, and goals. During this evaluation, the clinic will conduct tests and assessments to determine the underlying causes of infertility and develop a personalized treatment plan.
Fertility Treatment Options
Our Clinic educate patients about various fertility treatment options, including IVF, and help them understand the benefits, risks, and success rates associated with each option. We guide patients in selecting the most suitable treatment based on their specific needs.
Our Fertility clinic specialize in performing the entire IVF procedure, from ovarian stimulation to egg retrieval, fertilization, embryo development, and embryo transfer. We have a team of skilled professionals, including reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists, and nurses, who ensure that the procedure is carried out safely and effectively.
Who is advised to do IVF
IVF: The intended mother's eggs or donor eggs are fertilized with the intended father's sperm or donor sperm through in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Embryo Transfer: Once embryos are created, one or more are transferred to the gestational surrogate's uterus for implantation.
Genetic Relationship: The resulting child is genetically related to the intended parents or the donors of the eggs and sperm, but not to the gestational surrogate.
Artificial Insemination : The surrogate's eggs are fertilized with the intended father's sperm or donor sperm through artificial insemination.
Genetic Relationship : As the surrogate provides her own eggs, she is biologically related to the child she carries, while the intended father or sperm donor is the biological father.