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Surrogacy in India

Clinics and facilitators in India offering Surrogacy.

Cost of Surrogacy in India

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$US 20,500

$US 38,000

Hospitals and clinics offering Surrogacy in India

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Fortis Bloom IVF Centre

Fortis Bloom IVF Centre’s is run by two experienced and skilled IVF specialists, with over 20 years experience in the treatment of infertility. The Fortis Bloom IVF Centre is part of the largest chain of IVF centres in India.

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Successful Parents India

Successful Parents India is a branch of a European based head office of Successful Parents Agency. The Agency operates in India and accepts clients for fertility treatments in New Delhi: surrogacy, egg donation (Indian and Caucasian egg donors), PGD (not sex selection), as well as many other service

6 listed fertility specialists:

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Olga Tsisarenko

Co-Founder of Successful Parents Global, Chief Patients Coordinator

Neelam Chhagani

Director of Successful Parents India


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20,700 - 38,300 US$

New Life India

New Life India is a facilitator of infertility treatment in India, providing a wide variety of services, including in-vitro fertilization, egg donation and surrogacy packages, PGD for selection of healthy embryos, and other infertility treatments.


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Columbia Asia Hospital - Palam Vihar

A modern 100 bed hospital opened in 2008, located in Gurgaon, outside of New Delhi.The hospital is a part of the Columbia Asia Group, which has an international patients office able to assist foreign patients with all aspects of medical travel.


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Sevenhills Hospital

SevenHills Group of Hospitals (SHHL) has been delivering Healthcare services at the highest level, since past 25 years. SevenHills Hospital, Mumbai, is a world class integrated Healthcare Delivery System, that provides comprehensive Healthcare...

Listed fertility specialist:

Dr. Gouri Sultane Gupta

Consultant in Assisted Reproduction


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upon request

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About Surrogacy

This information is intended for general information only and should not be considered as medical advice on the part of Any decision on medical treatments, after-care or recovery should be done solely upon proper consultation and advice of a qualified physician.

What is surrogacy?

This is when another woman carries a pregnancy and gives birth to a baby for the couple or person who wants to have a child.

Why choose surrogacy?

You may require having a surrogate if you have a medical condition that makes it difficult, dangerous or impossible to get pregnant and give birth. Some of the medical conditions that may make surrogacy necessary include:

  • Recurrent loss of pregnancy or miscarriages
  • Repeated in vitro fertilization implantation failures
  • Absence or malformation of the womb

Types of surrogacy
  • Gestational surrogacy (GS): The surrogate is implanted with an embryo, which is created by in vitro fertilization (IVF). The resulting child has no genetic relation to the surrogate. Gestational surrogacy is also known as full or host surrogacy. Gestational surrogacy can be further subclassified into:
  • Gestational surrogacy with an embryo from both intended parents (GS/IP): The surrogate is implanted with an embryo created by in vitro fertilization (IVF).using the intended mother’s eggs and the intended father's sperm.
  • Gestational surrogacy and egg donation (GS/ED): The surrogate is implanted with an embryo created by IVF, using the intended father's sperm and a donor egg whereby the donor is not the surrogate. The resulting child has genetic relation to the father but not the mother.
  • Gestational surrogacy and donor sperm (GS/DS): The surrogate is implanted with an embryo created by IVF, using intended mother's egg and donor sperm. The resulting child has genetic relation to the mother but not the father.
  • Gestational surrogacy and donor embryo (GS/DE): A donor embryo is implanted in a surrogate. The resulting child has no genetic relation to the intended parents or the surrogate.

Traditional surrogacy (TS)

This involves using natural or artificial insemination to implant the embryo in the surrogate. The intended father’s sperm can be artificially inseminated using IUI, IVF, and home insemination. The resulting child has genetic relation to the intended father and the surrogate.

Traditional surrogacy and donor sperm (TS/DS): The surrogate is artificially inseminated with donor sperm using procedures which include ICI, IUI or IVF. The resulting child has genetic relation to the surrogate but not to the intended parents.

What are the chances of having a baby with a surrogate?

The success rate of surrogacy is difficult to determine. Relevant factors that affect the success of surrogacy include:

  • The age of the egg donor
  • The ability of the surrogate to get pregnant
  • The success of implantation procedures
  • The quality of the gamete provided by the couple

Where do I start?
  • Once you have decided that surrogacy is for you, you must find a surrogate. You will then discuss the type of surrogacy you will undertake.
  • You should ensure that you make all the necessary legal arrangements in order t be recognized as the legal parent of the child.
  • You should choose a woman capable of having a safe pregnancy and birth as your surrogate.
  • It is also recommended that you receive counseling before starting the surrogacy process to help cope with it.

What is the financial implication of surrogacy?
  • Surrogate expenses: The intended parents are responsible for all reasonable expenses of the surrogate such as clothes and loss of earnings.
  • Clinic fees: This expense will be determined by the type of implantation procedures used. Other determining factors are how many attempts you will have and which clinic you use.

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