India, Surrogacy

India – A Controversial Ban on Commercial Surrogacy Could Leave Women in India With Even Fewer Choices

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It’s nearly noon when Pinky Macwan wakes up and rubs her eyes, shifting uncomfortably. She’s in her second trimester of pregnancy with twins and finds herself constantly sluggish. Still in her floral nightgown, she walks down the fluorescent-lit hallway and splashes cold water on her face in the bathroom she shares with 46 other women, all surrogates at various stages of pregnancy. It’s late February, and Macwan has spent the past four months living in the basement of the Akanksha Hospital in bustling Anand, a town in the western Indian state of Gujarat. Home to the headquarters of the major dairy cooperative Amul, Anand has long been known as the milk capital of India. But booming business at Akanksha has also garnered the town another label: India’s baby factory.

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2 thoughts on “India – A Controversial Ban on Commercial Surrogacy Could Leave Women in India With Even Fewer Choices”

  1. I had positive experiences with the Feskov clinic in Ukraine! Although many people talked us out of going to Ukraine. “”Where are you guys going? There is Chernobyl! There is Donbass! You won’t see any money or children.”” My husband and I were scared. However, many people from the showbiz come here, and we learned about the clinic from a famous person.
    We arrived in Kharkov, we were greeted by a nice employee who spoke English. The city is beautiful, huge, modern. Very nice people everywhere. The Feskov clinic is the most advanced. No useless information, everything about the case, clear and precise. Immediately informed us of all the risks and offered several options.
    In UK, the doctors completely dissuaded us from success. They said that nothing could be done and that we should accept or take a child from an orphanage. We were happy because we paid for a result that was achieved. If it is impossible to get your own eggs, the clinic offers donor eggs. But fortunately we didn’t get there. The skilled doctors woke up my ovaries. the biggest miracle was our long awaited baby! We knew in advance that we were going to have a boy, because the sex selection service was also included in the package. There are reviews of couples on their YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZMcG9niu8Y&list=PL23nwpXwH2Wj3yU9ZeGhaoUtLT4OEUbZu
    Regarding surrogacy, I found a Ukrainian law translated into English. I recommend everyone to read it. https://www.mother-surrogate.com/pdf/surrogate_motherhood_law.pdf

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