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Surrogate Mother in Kenya

” We also involve the surrogate’s family so that there is emotional support for them from their families as well. “

And for intended parents, the surrogate mother cost in Kenya is also affordable.

The most important stage in the process of becoming a surrogate mother is choosing if the process is right for you, your family, and your way of life. It takes time, emotion, and personal sacrifice to become a surrogate.

All the surrogates we bring on board undergo through detailed health and Psychological screening before proceeding any further. We further ensure approaching the surrogates who are within the age group of 22-28 years and have been through successful pregnancies in the past.

We further bring the families of the Surrogates as well on board so as the Surrogate mother in Kenya get all the required Emotional support and care within the becoming surrogate mother in Kenya.

We feel proud in calling ourselves the “Most Ethical Surrogacy agency”

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Another aspect of the process goes by the Monetary part and we as an ethical surrogacy agency take all pride in saying that we take care of our surrogates even after they give birth to the baby and we ensure that they don’t feel like they have just been used as an object in the surrogate mother cost in Kenya.

Although the process of supporting the Surrogate mother financially is optional, it also includes various other aspects like health insurance, education expenses for the surrogate’s children, and so on.

We provide a dedicated surrogate accommodation to all our surrogates who are looked after by a doctor and a Surrogate caretaker during the whole course of their Surrogacy Journey.

Moreover, Surrogacy Agency in Kenya, we also take further pride in calling ourselves an ethical surrogacy agency in Kenya that accommodates the Surrogate even after the embryo transfer along with a surrogate apartment once the pregnancy is confirmed.

The screening process of the Surrogates Mother

The Surrogate needs to submit the reports from the Doctor in regards to her health and the same gets followed by :

-Physical examination

-Pap Smear

-Urine test


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We would then be screening the becoming a surrogate mother in Kenya for Viral Infections like:

  • HIV
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Syphilis
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • HTLV-1
  • RH Factor

Additionally, she would need to get through with the following tests apart from the above mentioned ones.

  • VDRL
  • HCV
  • HbSAg
  • CHLAMYDIA (Ig G & IgM)
  • ECG
  • THALASSEMIA SCREEN (Abnormal Haemoglobin Study)

For Intended Parents:

When a surrogate carries a kid who is not in any way connected to her, this process is known as gestational surrogacy. Typically, in vitro fertilization, also known as IVF, produces the embryo from the intended mother’s egg and the intended father’s sperm. It is then transferred to the surrogate, who serves as a human incubator, carrying the child of the parents all the way to birth. Sometimes it is not possible to use the mother’s eggs or the father’s sperm. Using a donor’s egg or sperm in this situation is referred to as traditional surrogacy.

A surrogacy agency must be asked about how their surrogates are screened and whether any screening is done before matches are made. The screening procedure helps agencies in understanding the reasons why women choose to be surrogates, the nature of their support networks, as well as their physical and emotional backgrounds. Additionally, it guarantees the safety and security of our intended parents who have a match with them.

Intended parents will only be matched with a surrogate once we’ve determined she is not only a good surrogate mother candidate for surrogacy but also a surrogate mother candidate who meets our surrogacy agency’s highest standards. This is due to our best-in-class surrogate screening process at our surrogacy agency in Kenya.

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