Indications for surrogacy –

When women are unable to carry children on their own SURROGACY is planned.

  • Abnormal uterus
  • Complete absence of a uterus either congenitally (also known as Mayer-Roakitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome) 
  • post-hysterectomy
  • Women may have a hysterectomy due to complications in childbirth such as heavy bleeding or a ruptured uterus
  • Medical diseases such as cervical cancer or endometrial cancer can also lead to surgical removal of the uterus
  • Past implantation failures, history of multiple miscarriages

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  1. The intended parent or parents, sometimes called the social parents, may arrange a surrogate pregnancy because of female infertility, other medical issues which make pregnancy or delivery impossible, risky or otherwise undesirable, or because the intended parent or parents are male or female.

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