Are you planning for a surrogacy and bring the little life at your home? Yes, you should go for it but before that you’ll need some things to lookout for the preparation. The decision to enter into surrogacy program and conceive baby isn’t easy as it requires a lot preparation and care not only physically but also financially.
Kenya surrogacy agency provides consultancy towards the fertility issues and treats them. Our aim is to guide each and every couple through the surrogacy process and to provide them the fertility care they require.
We have seen many cases where many a times patient come prepared but isn’t as much prepared as they think. Conceiving requires a special attention and that too before the surrogacy process starts. The points to consider before you begin with your journey are:
• Pre-Visit at Clinic
What we have seen at our clinic in Kenya is that most of the patients visit right at the time when they are entering the services but what you typically requires is that they pre-visit at the place and get themselves open to the gynecologist there so that they’d be having proper time to analyze your health and related aspects and should also be having suitable time to respond to it instead of screening right on the day you enter for the surrogacy process in Kenya.
• Prepare for Healthy BMI
While looking for conceiving you must look at the Body mass index as it really plays very important role in conceiving healthily. Being overweight could be risky for the process and same with underweight position of the patient, both can cause bad impact on the conceiving process. Our surrogacy experts suggests that if the BMI is in between 18.5 – 24.9 then it considers as a healthy BMI.
• Don’t consume too much caffeine
Fertility experts suggests not to consume caffeine too much before and during conceiving. The ideal figure for the limit is just 200mg a day which means 4 cup of tea daily which you can consume easily else it start deceasing your internal system.
• Keep track of your mental health
It is important to keep track of your mental illness if any or if you’re through in your earlier times. Even if someone in your family has suffered with mental illness then you’ll require a testing from the doctor before going into the surrogacy process.
• Keep Infections Out
Most parents we have seen doesn’t really take care of their health and eats unhealthily. While our IVF specialist suggests that you should avoid high risk foods such as unpasteurized dairy product, under cooked and deli products, high mercury fish or sushi etc. Such foods can cause infections such as Listeria or E-Coli.
These infections can cause several of harms to your fertility like miscarriage, pre mature baby, low weight birth etc. Make sure to cook your food properly or fully roasted to avoid such infections and deliver a healthy and safe baby.
• Stay prepared according to the laws
It is really important to hire lawyer and stay updated with the laws of the state you are applying your surrogacy services into. Some states have comprehensive surrogacy laws in Kenya while some are totally silent about the surrogacy laws in their country. An experienced lawyer can help you overcome any lawful calamity you’ll encounter and help you claim your rights on baby after the surrogacy ended.