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    Unhappy surragocy from india

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    I would like more information from ladies who have gone to India for adoption and also for surragocy. I'm from Qld and I have been in the list for more than 6 years. I can tell you now that Aust is the worst country in the world for adoption. The government is more than happy to take boat people who arrive here EVERYDAY and waste all our tax payers money on them. However they refuse to help childless couple.

    People who are looking to adopt do not depend on the welfare system and we are not a burden to the society. All of us are more than capable of looking after the children. But our government put us through massive "test" and "courses" to see if we are "fit" to be parents. They even do a "house visit" to see if we have an "appropriate" environment.

    What a joke!!!!! Do they send the 13 yrs old to "parenting" classes and all the test that we have to do to "qualify" to have a child?????

    They are happy to "welcome" the illegals and also "encourage" them to come here on the boat and we the tax payers have to support them and this makes me so angry. Don't get me wrong, I'm a migrant myself and I had to wait in the line for more than 10 years.

    Qld is the worst state in Australia in adoption. They are absolutely useless!!!! Ladies, we get help from all the people who have gone overseas and organised their adoption and surragocy. We are not doing anything illegal. All the illegals are being welcomed on our shore and we are paying fro it. Lets go overseas and bring our children back to australia.

    I have been to India on numerous occations to adopt but noone was able to help me there. When I email the orpanages, they don't respond and I'm getting no help . Both my husband and I are from Indian decent and our parents are in INdia.

    Can someone out there pleaseeeeeeeeeeee help us with more information on adoption and surragocy??? We wasted our last 6 years.

    Please help us !!!

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    Hi,
    Sounds like you are very angry with the system .... I prob would be too if I had to deal with it.
    That's why we decided on surrogacy overseas straight away. I just could not face more politics and red-tapes after my cancer experience.
    We had IVF, save 5 embryos, and 1 of them was successful. We are now in our 3rd trimester with a clinic in Mumbai. If you want more info, PM me and I can try to help.
    Best wishes.

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    Hi

    I would like more information from ladies who have gone to India for adoption and also for surragocy. I'm from Qld and I have been in the list for more than 6 years. I can tell you now that Aust is the worst country in the world for adoption. The government is more than happy to take boat people who arrive here EVERYDAY and waste all our tax payers money on them. However they refuse to help childless couple.

    People who are looking to adopt do not depend on the welfare system and we are not a burden to the society. All of us are more than capable of looking after the children. But our government put us through massive "test" and "courses" to see if we are "fit" to be parents. They even do a "house visit" to see if we have an "appropriate" environment.

    What a joke!!!!! Do they send the 13 yrs old to "parenting" classes and all the test that we have to do to "qualify" to have a child?????

    They are happy to "welcome" the illegals and also "encourage" them to come here on the boat and we the tax payers have to support them and this makes me so angry. Don't get me wrong, I'm a migrant myself and I had to wait in the line for more than 10 years.

    Qld is the worst state in Australia in adoption. They are absolutely useless!!!! Ladies, we get help from all the people who have gone overseas and organised their adoption and surragocy. We are not doing anything illegal. All the illegals are being welcomed on our shore and we are paying fro it. Lets go overseas and bring our children back to australia.

    I have been to India on numerous occations to adopt but noone was able to help me there. When I email the orpanages, they don't respond and I'm getting no help . Both my husband and I are from Indian decent and our parents are in INdia.

    Can someone out there pleaseeeeeeeeeeee help us with more information on adoption and surragocy??? We wasted our last 6 years.

    Please help us !!!

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    Default surragocy from india

    I read somewhere that every yr all the people who apply to adopt only 5% are excepted because at the end of the day other countries prefer their babies to stay in their country and there are willing families in those countries who are ready to take them. And yeah I think Qld is one of the strictest of the states when it comes to adoption. I'm not really familiar with surrogacy but I am led to believe that it is still legal for straight couples. I do also know that if your looking at an overseas procedure that it costs at the least $30000. Is there a possibility that you could perhaps use donor sperm or a donor egg and carry the child yourself? Or a relative could carry the child for you? Goodluck with which path you choose

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    Hi Wlee

    Congrats that fab news, I was wondering how your journey was going. We have just passed the 13 week mark also, a bit nerve wrecking but exciting. We are with a clinic in Mumbai - I think it's the same one. Since you are way ahead of us I'm excited to speak to someone who can shed some light come pick up etc.

    Im also verybhappybto discuss with others re the path. I think we had a thread going somewhere else here, maybe under shipping embryos to India.


    Im so excited for you

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    Hi Sarix12, sorry I have been a bit slack, time is flying by right now and I hope your little one is doing well :-)
    We are now almost 32 weeks and am at the pointy end organising VISAs, etc. Came across a hurdle yesterday that you maya want to know about on advance as it adds a bit of time to your VISA application ... India now has a Surrogacy Visa .. I am in process of figuring this one out as getting a "surrogacy Visa has many requirements that needs to be fulfilled. Have a look at the statement with a "NEW" next to it on this page. http://www.hcindia-au.org/high_commission_of_india.html -> PM me and I will keep your details and let you know what I find out over the next few days.
    Hope you are well!!

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    Hi there
    We also used surrogacy in India - SCI based in Delhi and welcomed our little girl in July this year!. Hard journey and very stressful - but we finally got there!!.
    I'd suggest you do your research - check out various clinics in India, write down a list of questions - drugs they use, processes, procedures, costs, how do they recruit their surrogates?, treat surrogates?, what support is there for Intended Parents etc. Email each clinic and see what response you get - you'll get a feel for each clinic then decide.
    Also, become a member of Surrogacy Australia - www.surrogacyaustralia.org they can provide you with the up-to-date info on what's happening - Visa's, regulations for each state etc, they also have regular catch up's and loads of other couples you can contact.
    All the best!!

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    Hello, I've just joined the BubHub in search of info on Indian surrogacy and have been really interested in your postings. I've got two frozen embryos here in Australia and am hoping to transfer those to India for surrogacy. By the sounds of it I might need more than two eggs to work with but I suppose we can cross that bridge when we come to it. Can anyone tell me please if we have to go to India in the initial stages or if we can just make the one trip at the end of the pregnancy? bit overwhelmed at the moment, trying to get as much info as i can. Also can anyone tell me how long the process takes to select a surrogate, is there a cooling off period or waiting list etc.??? Any advice would be very welcome. Good luck to all those on their current bubba journeys, I admire your strength and tenacity. Regards, Gunsmoke.

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    Default surragocy from india

    It really depends on the clinic you use- ask all of your questions to different clinics and see what response you get!.
    I think it took is only a few months to get everything underway - including sending over our embryos.
    You may get lucky with x2 embryos- you only need 1 to stick to have a baby!!

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    It is NOT absolutely necessary for you to go to India prior to embryo transfer; however, I went for a short 4 day trip to visit a couple of clinics and had appointments with the doctors there before actually deciding.
    We went to Dr. KADAM @ Corion Clinic. She is lovely and will always reply to any urgent questions.
    Our son was born a week ago at 35.5 weeks. We are absolutely in love! It was a few weeks early, so we left in a rush.
    We made 5 attempts, only using 1 embryo at a time. Our son was born as result of our lucky last embryo!
    Once you decide on clinic and sign the papers, it can take as little as one month or a couple of months to go through the surrogate selection process. I agree, ask all the questions you want and prepare yourself.
    It will seem like a LONG journey; however, once bub is born, it's surprising you quickly forget about all of it!
    Frozen embryo transport is very expensive! I think it was about $5000 for us to ship the 5 embies across to Mumbai (price hiked up due to Indian Beaurocracy on the Mumbai end of things last year).
    IF you have any ovaries remaining, you may want to go there and have your eggs picked up and create MORE embryos? Just a thought.
    Any other questions, just PM me and I will answer them for you.
    GOOD LUCK!!!! I was where you are back in mid 2011. We now have a son :-)

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    OMG that's fabulous news Wlee, so excited for you both ! I can't believe how fast time has gone. You must be over the moon with excitement.

    So many questions to bombard you with - especially the visa stuff we are just starting this process and, well yes a bit mind boggling !

    Hopefully all is going well with your bubs, did you need to stay in hospital long ? Where are you staying. It is a bit overwhelming this bit as not sure what needs doing before we go and what to do there, what to take etc, a bit freaked out !

    I am so excited for you both, this is just fabulous news to open and see ! X x
    Last edited by Sarix12; 27-11-2012 at 20:12.


 

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