Indian Actress and now turned vlogger talk about her experience on Failed IVF and Surrogacy
Famous Actress-dancer Sambhavna Seth who is famous for her roles in Bhojpuri films also. She has been in showbiz for over two decades and became a household name with her stint in Bigg Boss 2. Actress now recently turned as Vlogger also who often shares glimpses of her life with her husband Avinash Dwivedi.
In her blog multiple time she has talked about her struggles in conceiving and her journey of IVF treatments. In one of her recent vlogs, the actress talked about surrogacy and adoption which was suggested to her by her fans.
Responding to the suggestions in the comment section from an earlier video, Sambhavna Seth shared a vlog talking about surrogacy. Sambhavana revealed, “We did try for surrogacy. But it failed. We never talked about it as we did not find it relevant. She also talk about her inability to try try surrogacy because it is banned. It is illegal in India. I was surprised when people wrote this to me and were not aware of it.”
She said that surrogacy is possible outside India, but which is an expensive venture.
Sambhavna Seth talked about surrogacy becoming a money-making method in India. She suggested that it was one of the reasons why the process was banned in India altogether.
The actress also talked about the complication of going for surrogacy in foreign countries. “When you opt for surrogacy abroad, there are many things involved and is a long procedure. You have to be there physically and need to keep a check on who the surrogate is and what is her health condition.” She added that it was not possible for her to take the call alone. “It’s an important decision and an exhausting procedure as it involves a lot of people’s lives,” Sambhavna said.
Sambhavna revealed that she is working on her mental health also.
In a previous video with GlitzVision USA, Sambhavna Seth shared her thoughts on adoption. She said, “We are open to adoption. If we find a baby girl, we would love to adopt. There are so many children in the world who need parents. And if we can step in, then why not? If it comes to that point that we need to adopt, then we are ready.”
News Resource – news18.com, February 28, 2023