We usually advise you to meet the surrogate once the pregnancy test is positive. We always respect your wishes on choice of your surrogate for e.g., being vegetarian. We however do not encourage you to select the surrogate based on her physical characteristics. The surrogate’s physical attributes has no impact on the child’s features. The center would like to choose the surrogate on her overall health and the thickness of her endometrial lining (Endometrium).
Once positive you are free to meet the surrogate. We advise you to meet the surrogate at the center itself. You can also be present at the time of the ultrasound scanning. All her reports and progress will be regularly communicated to your through emails. You can also schedule a visit with our Medical Director, Dr Kaberi Banerjee, at the center to know about her progress. Our aim is to help you go through this journey in a transparent and pleasant way.
What are the symptoms and complications of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)?
Symptoms of PID
The infection may be subclinical (occurring without any symptoms), or there may be fever, chills, or pelvic pain indicating inflammation of the entire pelvic area.
Complications of PID
Severe or frequent attacks of PID can eventually cause scarring, abscess formation, and tubal damage that result in infertility. About 20% of women who develop symptomatic PID become infertile. The severity of the infection, not the number of the infections, appears to pose the greater risk for infertility.
PID also significantly increases the risk of ectopic pregnancy (fertilization in the fallopian tubes). A small US study suggests, however, that even mild Chlamydia infection that occurs in the upper genital tract may cause a higher proportion of ectopic pregnancies than previously thought.