IVF Law

IVF LAW

I VF Law and the ICMR guidelines being followed in India, makes the patients aware about Fertility Treatment in India

T here have been no restrictions in India for the infertile couples to undergo any sort of Fertility treatment. The fertility treatment offered in India may range from egg donation to artificial insemination. But still there are some lists of principles that are contained in IVF Law which needs to be followed to come up with legal approach to get the fertility treatment done.


T ill the time, there have been no specified procedure or process to have the detailed analysis of the extent the fertility treatment is successful. But still few of the principles, are there to govern the process of fertility treatment being carried out.

A ll the clinics and the gamete banks are encouraged to comply with the IVF law and the ICMR Guidelines so as to maintain information confidentiality of all the information related to the donors and the surrogate mothers.

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To comply with the IVF Law and the ICMR guidelines following points needs to be taken care of:


Registration of clinics
All the clinics, whosoever are involved in providing the fertility treatments needs to be registered whosoever does the activities of controlling, listing, and then managing the activities performed for Fertility treatments.All the clinics which provides the usage and the creation of embryos outside the body are to be registered with respect to the ICMR guidelines.
Code of practice
There are various code of practices also that forms the part of the ICMR guidelines and the IVF law of India. The code of practice may relate to staff, facilities, confidentiality, research, storage of gametes and embryos etc.These code practices are defined to be different for all the respective area so as to ensure the effectiveness of the treatment provided by the clinics.
Responsibilities of clinic
Various responsibilities are there which ensures the effectiveness of the treatments provided and they also comply with the IVF law of India and ICMR guidelines. These responsibilities range from small responsibilities to big responsibilities and they are as follows:
  • Make useful and adequate information available for the patients to have better understanding
  • Assistance for the patients for letting them choose the best possible fertility treatment.
  • Keeping the information about donors, recipients and donors all confidential. These information can be used only for the legal purposes and that too once the child is above the age of 18 years.
  • Display of all the charges for the treatments in the clinic and properly communicated to all the patients and the family member accompanying them.
  • Be transparent in its operations and the charges added for the treatment.

It is necessary for all clinics to follows all the responsibilities, code of practice, and comply with the IVF law and the ICMR guidelines so that there are no legal issues or loopholes on any end of the fertility treatment.