Testimonials We have served them to satisfaction
By Chloe Patel
I am a living testimony of what hope can bring. Even after three failed IVF cycles, I never gave up. I was determined to be a mother and regardless of the pain I went through, my efforts finally paid off when a friend directed me to the centre. I recommend it to anybody who is childless and reading this.
By Grace Kemp
The great doctors at the centre made me realise just how wrong I had been to believe that my womb would never bear a child. After realising that the embryo was the problem, I was advised to go for a donor egg, which has now made me a proud mother. Highly recommended.
By Skye Sanders
Surrogacy was always going to be a problem for me and I knew it. I am glad that I was given a chance to become a mother at my most desperate hour by these amazing people. Thanks a lot!
The surrogacy option
One of the hardest realities that some women come to face in life is the realisation that they cannot bear their own children. In today's world, surrogacy is one of the most popular options that childless women/couples go for in case their other options have hit a wall.
However, the truth of the matter is that as much as most couples will equally consider children born out of surrogacy as their own, there is more fullfilment derived when one is able to bear their own children from their own womb.
The fulfillment usually comes in the form of the attachment that is developed between a mother and a child during the nine months or so that the stays in the womb. The truth of the matter however is that not all the women will have the chance to have eggs whose quality is good enough to mature into babies. In the medical field, it is possible that eggs might be successfully fertilised but then problems may start developing when the fertilised egg develops into an embryo.
Unfortunately though, the wrong diagnosis by some doctors may lead some women into believing that their womb is the source of all those problems. However, subsequent failure at the embryo stage should be a clear pointer that perhaps the problem might be with the genetics of the embryo. This therefore means that the patient's embryo might never be able to implant regardless of the many attempts that she may go for.
In some cases, there might be miscarriages during the first trimester as a result of such abnormalities in embryos. It is quite disheartening when such patients are made to believe that the problem is with their uterus while in fact the problem is with their embryo. It is understandable that some doctors might come up with such conclusions especially if there is a consistency of the failure of implantation during the first trimester. However, our team of experts have been in the field long enough to master IVF and are highly skilled to handle such cases. After successive failures, some doctors will advice their patients to opt for surrogacy.
The alternative to surrogacy
However, before you go for surrogacy, please make a point of coming to us for a second objective expert opinion. All we ever want is for our patients to get their chances of having a baby without much trouble. In cases where we have identified that the problem is with the embryo, we still give our patients a chance to bear their own children.
This is achieved through donor eggs, which allow for the implantation of embryos and their successful development into babies within the patient's own womb. We are not saying that surrogacy is a bad idea, but we believe that all the IVF options must be explored before surogacy is given a chance. Miscarriages after IVF is not necessarily a signal that your uterus is not good enough to bear a child, but it could be as a result of embryo failure. Give donor eggs a chance and it could be the beginning of a new dawn-besides surrogacy can be quite frustrating and expensive.
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