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Title: Surrogacy For Singles, Gays and Couples: Surrogacy Clinic Nepal


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Know all process About Surrogacy in Nepal
  • Surrogacy in Nepal is an attractive option for
    Singles, couples and Gays who wish to have their
    names on the birth certificate want to have a
    professional or limited relationship with their
    surrogate, but have the benefit of excellent
    healthcare. Surrogates in Nepal have no parental
    rights and cannot change their mind about handing
    over a child to the intended parents

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Many couples have pursued surrogacy in Nepal and
have been able to have a child with the parents
own genetic material, or with the assistance of a
donor egg, and the help of an Nepali surrogate
(There must be a genetic link to one parent).
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Contact Surrogacy clinics in Nepal
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Ask questions and investigate
  • don't rely on one point of view. Look for a
    clinic that has experience with working with
    International clients. Do they have clients who
    will share their story? Is there a wrap around
    clinic ( from initial enquiry to going home?).Is
    there evidence of babies going home with this
    clinic? Can clients
  • communicate easily with each other? Is your
    fertility specialist trained in this field? Are
    there people in Nepal to assist you or are you
    left to fend for yourself? Use Nepali surrogacy
    forums to get different opinions and viewpoints.

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Review the costs of surrogacy - in Nepal they are
typically US25,000 to US35,000
  • Get a full itemized lists of all costs for both a
    successful and an unsuccessful attempt. Is there
    a staggered payment process? What is included in
    their package? Also ask about additional costs
    (for instance, neonatal intensive care costs if
    the baby is born pre-mature) that are not covered
    by the quotation you receive. Always look at the
    evidence, is you are being told consistent with
    what you have read? If you are offered inclusive
    packages, ask what is not included? How many
    babies have gone home on these packages?

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Confirm the price of medication treatment
  • Often medication and treatment is much cheaper in
    Nepal. If it is cheaper in Nepal, you may choose
    to do the entire IVF cycle in Nepal, thereby
    spending more time in Nepal, but spending less
    money.

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Be clear on what is a priority for your family?
  • Are you looking at using donor eggs - does the
    clinic you are reviewing have Nepali and Non -
    Nepali donors? Are you sending embryos to Nepal?
    Can the clinic you are looking at assist you with
    this? If you are using your own eggs, check out
    the facilities and make sure that the doctor you
    have speaking to is the doctor who will be with
    you and doing your treatment.

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Forward the relevant medical information - At a
minimum this will include a sperm analysis
culture and a STD screen as well as a note from
your doctor confirming why you are needing to
undertake surrogacyf you are sending embryos,
you must be able to show that a STD screen has
occurred at the time of conception, if you are
using your own eggs, more detailed information
will be required from your treating specialist.
You'll have to prepay some fees, likely via bank
transfer as it is likely that surrogate
preparation and or egg donor preparation will
happen prior to your arrival.
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Schedule a time to begin your treatment
  • If you are using your own eggs, it is likely that
    some of your treatment can occur at home, with
    egg collection in Nepal. If you are using donor
    eggs, then your treatment time frame will be
    guided by when egg collection happens for your
    egg donor.

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Plan your travel to Nepal - Please be aware that
currently to undertake surrogacy in Nepal you
must apply for and travel on a Medical visa
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  • If you are using donor eggs, or sending embryos
    from your home country you will only need to
    spend 3- 5 day in Nepal. If you are using your
    own eggs, you will spend 5- 15 days in Nepal.
  • Prior to any treatment, on your first meeting
    with your treating doctor, discuss with the
    doctor how many embryos you are wanting to
    transfer.

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  • Most reputable clinics will only allow up to four
    embryos, but this will depend on the quality of
    the embryos. While this can increases the odds of
    a successful pregnancy, it also increases the
    odds of a multiple pregnancy. This is a very
    personal decision, but be aware that under the
    current laws gestational surrogates can only
    carry twins and a higher order pregnancy will
    result in a foetal reduction.

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On the day of egg collection, if you are using
your own eggs, you will have minor surgery
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  • Don't plan on doing much else that day - it is a
    relatively short procedure that does not require
    an overnight hospital stay. If you are using
    donor eggs, you may be required to supply a fresh
    sperm sample. Your fertility specialist should be
    able to provide you with a summary of how many
    eggs were collected how many eggs fertilised
    what embryos developed, the grading of your
    embryos and what was transferred to your
    gestational surrogate. You should also be
    provided with a date for your pregnancy test..

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If you are successful, Congratulations
  • You should be aware that as with any IVF process,
    this is a journey, on average it takes most
    clients up to three attempts to get and stay
    pregnant. Now you are pregnant, what is your
    clinics communication strategy? How do they keep
    in touch with you? What tests are undertaken?
    When to scans happen? What happens if things go
    wrong? These are questions that you should know
    the answers to before proceeding with treatment

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Picking up your baby
  • By the time this has happened, you should be
    aware of what the requirements are for your
    particular country and embassy to get citizenship
    and a passport for your baby. For most countries
    this requires a DNA test to confirm the genetic
    link to one parent by a DNA service approved by
    your Embassy. Irrespective of whether you use
    your own genetic material or donor eggs, both
    parents names will be on the birth certificate .
    Your clinic should have someone who is able to
    walk you though this process. For most countries
    this process takes between 2- 4 weeks.

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Get Free Consultations on -
  • Online Free Consultation 24/7
  • Web www.surrogacyclinicnepal.com
  • Phone 977 9808978386
  • Email info_at_surrogacyclinicnepal.com
  • Skype id surrogacyclinicnepal
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