Surrogacy is a form of assisted reproductive technology (ART) where a woman (the surrogate) offers to carry a baby through pregnancy on behalf of another person or couple and then return the baby to the intended parent(s) once it is born. In surrogacy, an embryo is created using an egg and sperm produced by the intending parent(s) (or donors), and is transferred into the surrogate’s uterus. The surrogate has no genetic link to the child. Her eggs cannot be used to conceive the child.

Who Is Eligible For Surrogacy?

  • Women without congenital wombs
  • Women whose uterus have been removed because of tumor, fibroids, cancer, etc
  • Women who had a miscarriage
  • Women diagnosed with Ashermann's syndrome
  • Where women are at risk of becoming pregnant and giving birth (women with serious heart and lung disease, women who have a risk of life-threatening clotting)
  • Congenital anomalies
  • Gay couples
  • Women who do not want to give birth for social reasons

Who Can Be A Surrogate?

  • Young and healthy women
  • Women without any infectious disease
  • Women who do not use drugs, alcohol, or tobacco
  • Women who have already given birth to a child
  • Women who didn’t have pregnancy-related diabetes and pre-eclampsia women in previous pregnancies
  • Women whose social life and psychological status are suitable for surrogacy
  • Women who don’t have a chronic disease (diabetes, hypertension, etc.)
  • Women whose Body Mass Index to be in normal standards)

Legal Transactions And Procedures In Sorrogacy

Before the commencement of transactions, the family and the surrogate mother ”are introduced and a contract is signed between the parties,which is witnessed by a lawyer. Thanks to this contract, the surrogate mother cannot claim her parental right. After the surrogate mother conceive, all health examinations of 9 months are performed by us. Reports of all controls are shared with the family. The mother of the baby who is born by the surrogate mother is the legal parent of the baby. The official birth certificate is issued immediately after birth. In the birth certificate, genetic mother and father’s names are written.