Using late son’s preserved semen, couplegets twin grandkids through IVF, surrogacy
| Thursday | 15th February, 2018
The man’s mother was ready to carry the embryos in her womb but was not found fit for conception during an examination.
After he died of cancer-related complications in Pune in September 2016, the parents procured the semen sample.The man’s 49-year-old mother, a teacher, described her son as the “most ideal man”.
After regular check-ups, the woman delivered full-term healthy twins on Monday,” Puranik said.When contacted, Hari G Ramasubramanian, founder of Chennai-based Indian Surrogacy Law Centre, said, “This is not the first time such a case has been reported in India.
Even when he was diagnosed with brain tumour and later lost his vision after the chemotherapy, he did not lose spirit.
That’s why, when we lost him, I wanted to have grandchildren using the cryopreserved semen,” she said.The mother contacted the sperm bank in Germany and completed the formalities to get the semen.
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