Surrogacy treatment in Kenya under We Care IVF Surrogacy clinics are the best and affordable treatments. The fertility experts will perform the Surrogacy treatment in Kenya either as a gestational surrogacy or traditional surrogacy.
We will briefly explain both procedures of Surrogacy treatment in Kenya on this page:
(i) Gestational surrogacy: In this procedure, the fertility experts will collect the eggs of the biological mother or egg donor from fertilizing them with the sperm of the genetic father or the donor sperm. Once the eggs are fertilized, the embryo will be formed. The embryologist will pick the healthy embryo/s to transfer it into the uterus of the gestational surrogate mother.
(ii) Traditional surrogacy: In this procedure, the fertility experts will collect the eggs either from the surrogate mother or egg donor for fertilization. Once the eggs are collected, they will be fertilized with donor sperm or biological father’s sperm. The formed embryo will be transferred into the uterus of the traditional surrogate mother.
Generally, most couples prefer gestational Surrogacy treatment in Kenya over traditional one because, with the gestational procedure, both father and mother are genetically connected to the baby born. In contrast, in traditional surrogacy, the biological mother is the surrogate mother.
What are the factors that everyone should look at before going for Surrogacy treatment in Kenya?
The following are some essential factors that each individual should look for before going for Surrogacy treatment in Kenya. These are:
- Treatment cost: People should know the exact cost of Surrogacy treatment in Kenya to avoid ending with high bills at the end of the procedure. The fertility clinics under We Care IVF Surrogacy have the best counsellors who will appropriately counsel each individual. After the counselling part is over, the counsellor will fix the appointment of the couples with the surrogacy expert who will give a clear picture of the procedure, cost of the treatment, success rates, duration, etc.
Once you decide to go with the Surrogacy treatment in Kenya, the fertility expert will conduct blood tests and ultrasounds to get your medical history. Based on your medical report, they proceed with the treatment.
- Success rates: For people who are undergoing Surrogacy treatment in Kenya, it is their responsibility to check the reviews and success rates of the clinics on the internet and, if possible, then meet the fertility experts in person. The hospitals/ clinics under We Care IVF Surrogacy have fertility experts who are well-qualified and trained fertility professionals with more than 25 years of experience. They have delivered thousands of babies every year without any complications to the mother and the baby.
If we talk about the success rates of the Surrogacy treatment in Kenya, which is around 80 to 90%, and this relatively high success rates compared to other developed countries are achieving. People worldwide wish to precede their fertility treatments with the fertility hospitals/ clinics under We Care IVF Surrogacy for the best outcome of the procedures.
- Facilities offered: Surrogacy is one of the most emotional procedures where people need to check on the facilities that fertility clinics provide to make their treatment successful. The fertility hospitals/ clinics with which We Care IVF Surrogacy has tie-up offers world-class facilities such as round the clock medical & personal support to each individual. CCTV coverage is provided inside the labs where people can see what’s going with their embryos, proper maintenance of the relevant documents in the clinic’s database, and not carrying their documents. A DNA test also is provided on a special request.
The fertility expert with a team of other medical professionals also ensures that you will get a pleasant and comfortable stay during the Surrogacy treatment in Kenya, which is very important to achieve the best output of the treatment.
- Qualification & skills of the fertility professionals: This is one of the most important factors that people should know before they precede Surrogacy treatment in Kenya. The successful outcome is based on the experience and skills of the fertility professionals. We Care IVF Surrogacy is a medical tourism company with tie-ups with renowned & best fertility centres across the world where the fertility experts are highly qualified and trained fertility professionals who make the pregnancies possible where the couple loses all their hopes, adoption was the only option left for them. In such cases, the fertility experts perform the Surrogacy treatment in Kenya using high-end equipment, which gives success rates for the couples who lose their hopes.
Is Surrogacy treatment in Kenya is a legal procedure or not?
Yes, the Surrogacy treatment in Kenya performed at all the fertility clinics/ hospitals under We Care IVF Surrogacy has a legal permit from the government. The fertility clinics/ hospitals ask parties, the surrogate mother and the biological parents, to sign a legal contract to avoid any confusion at the end of the procedure.
The legal agreement states that the surrogate mother will carry a baby to full-term. She needs to hand over the baby to his/her biological parents where the surrogate mother’s family has no problem that she is helping other couples build a family. On the other hand, the biological parents are ready to bear all the expenses that include compensation of the surrogate mother, legal charges, pre & post-medical expenses, travelling expenses, food, accommodation, clothing, etc. baby is born.
The legal agreement also states that on the 3rd day the baby is born, it is the reasonability of the biological parents to file a petition in court for the birth certificate that should have the biological parents’ name and not the surrogate mother. The court reviews all the relevant surrogacy legal documents. Then they order the Department of vital statistics to issue a birth certificate in the name of the biological parents.