What’s the procedure of Surrogacy Kenya?
The Surrogacy Kenya procedure is of two types which are (i) Gestational Surrogacy and (ii) Traditional Surrogacy
(i) Gestational Surrogacy Kenya is the procedure in which your fertility expert will use your eggs and your husband sperm and fertilize them with the procedure called IVF outside the women body and once the fertilization is completed your embryologist will place the resulted embryo into the uterus of the surrogate mother and she will carry your baby until baby birth and after that will hand-over your baby to you. This is the safe and most demanded procedure because in this procedure couple will have their own genetic baby.
(ii) Traditional Surrogacy Kenya is the procedure in which your fertility expert will artificially inseminate your husband sperm with the eggs of the surrogate or egg donor to facilitate fertilization and once the fertilization occurs your embryologist will place the resulted embryo into the uterus of the surrogate mother to establish the successful pregnancy. In this procedure, the surrogate is the biological mother of the baby born because her eggs were used for the fertilization.
Traditional Surrogacy Kenya is preferred less by the people because in this procedure they do not have their own genetic baby.
Is there any law for Surrogacy in Kenya?
No, there is no such legal law applicable for Surrogacy in Kenya because the government in Kenya understood that this is a simple procedure through which childless couples can have their own baby, however, both the parties need to sign a mutual agreement before they precede Surrogacy in Kenya to run the process smooth and hassle-free. This agreement says that surrogate will carry the baby in her womb for another woman for 9 months until the baby birth and will hand-over the baby to his/her intend parents without any issues.
On the other side, the intended parents are ready to bear all the expenses of the surrogates such as food, accommodation, and clothing, travel expenses etc. and also pay her the amount in the monthly installments so that they will take their proper care, diet, and medications. The balance which is left out will be paid to the surrogates after the heartbeat of the infant is confirmed through ultrasound.
To proceed with Surrogacy in Kenya both the parties need to agree on this agreement else the procedure of Surrogacy in Kenya will not begin.
Success Rates of Surrogacy in Kenya
Kenya is the country which has achieved the highest success rates of taking the baby home which is around 70 to 80% of the women under the age of 35 years and also Surrogacy in Kenya gave hope to those couples who were over the age of 40 years and lose their all hope to become a parent of an own baby.
The fertility experts in Kenya are well-qualified and highly trained professionals who make the pregnancies possible where the chances are very less and have achieved the highest success rates.