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Why should I use Surrogacy by We Care India?
In short, to save money. And time. Surrogacy can be an expensive process. We Care India believes that everyone should be able to experience the joy of raising a child. We want to help as many people as possible by keeping our fees low so that being able to have a child isn't just about finances. We'll also save you time by handling all the details of the Surrogacy process so you can relax and concentrate on your new child or children.
When do I pay We Care India? When do I pay the Surrogate?
We Care India partner clinics collect a part of its fee up front when we enter into a contract with the IP's. We will work with you as long as necessary to insure that you meet the Surrogate you've been looking for. The whole process of surrogacy will be monitored by the Surrogacy Specialist Fertility doctor in India.
How will the Surrogate Mother be compensated for the pregnancy?
You will sign a legal agreement with the surrogate in the presence of the lawyer and the fertility specialist doctor in India. The surrogate will be paid at the beginning and at every month of pregnancy as per the details written in the agreement and agreed by all.
How do I become a Surrogate?
We'd like to thank you for your generosity in wanting to be a Surrogate. Please visit our Surrogate pages to understand the surrogacy process. When you are ready to proceed, please fill out our query form under the Surrogate section to begin the process.
How do I get started with retaining your agency?
Simply fill up our query form, or email us. You can also fill out our request for information form on our contact page. Mr. Kaushik, Our Surrogacy Manager will contact you and discuss your needs, and answer any other questions you may have. We can't wait to help you!
What is the difference between Traditional and Gestational Surrogacy?
A Gestational Surrogate has no genetic link to the child/ren she is carrying; rather, the egg is provided either by the Intended Mother or an Egg Donor. A Traditional Surrogate is genetically related to the child she is carrying, she is both the Egg Donor and the Surrogate. The Traditional Surrogate is inseminated with the Father's or Donor's sperm monthly at ovulation until pregnancy occurs.
How much interaction do the Surrogate and Intended Parents have?
The level of interaction between the Surrogate and Intended Parents is a personal preference between the parties. You will need to decide how much interaction you are comfortable with, and also consider how much interaction the other parties to the Surrogacy expect. Some Intended Parents like high levels of interaction; i.e., regular updates via e-mail and/or phone, and the expectation to attend as many of the doctor appointments as possible. It is highly important to some Intended Parents to be "included" in the pregnancy. Similarly, some Surrogates also desire a close relationship with their IP/s and may be disappointed if the Intended Parent/s did not maintain regular contact with them throughout the pregnancy and beyond. Many Surrogates and Intended Parent/s hope to have a life-long friendship even after the birth, and some correspond through out the life of the child. A percentage of Intended Parents and Surrogates commit to a fairly low level of contact such as occasional updates and phone calls - but do not necessarily want a close relationship. This type of Surrogacy is more of a "business arrangement." Some IP/s may not be able to (or may choose not to) attend doctor appointments and may not see the Surrogate very often (or at all) throughout the pregnancy. A lot of Surrogates may also prefer this type of relationship because they may already have their hands full in their own lives, and may not desire an overly close relationship with their Surrogates. Before entering into contract together, it is important that the IP/s and Surrogate discuss what would be a desirable level of contact between throughout the pregnancy and beyond.
What happens if my Surrogate or Egg Donor changes her mind?
Unfortunately, there are situations where a Surrogate or Egg Donor changes her mind before contracts are signed. (although due to our intense screening process we have reduced the chances of this occurring) If this happens to you, We Care India will re-match you immediately at no additional charge.
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