If you have embryos frozen with you at a your fertility clinic and you cannot carry them yourselves for a medical reason or due to failed IVF attempts, then hiring a gestational surrogate to carry your embryos is the option.
The embryos can be shipped to one of our surrogacy clinics in India. The surrogacy clinic will require a few details about the embryos before being sent to India. These details would normally be in the freezing report that our clinic gave you while freezing your embryos. The details include the total number of embryos frozen, number of embryos frozen per straw, quality of embryos when frozen, media used for freezing and genetic linkage of the embryos etc.
Once the embryos are received at the Surrogacy clinic, the surrogate would be prepared for her uterus lining and when she is ready for a transfer, the embryos are thawed and the live embryos are then transferred in her uterus in the same process as in the fresh IVF cycle. Not all embryos received and thawed would be of good quality when thawed. The IVF specialist will make a decision at that point of time and select the best embryos for transfer.
One important point to remember is that the embryos must be genetically linked to at least one of the intended parent for the baby to get the passport and exit visa from India.