Reproductive Laws for Singapore

  • givfadmin
  • June 19, 2013 5:56 pm


PGD is permitted, but subject to licensing and monitoring by a relevant authority (i.e., a research ethics committee or institutional review board) and is limited to the prevention of serious genetic disorders. PGD for non-medical sex selection is prohibited.

Egg/Sperm Donation

Egg donation is permissible but clinics cannot recruit so the wait list is long.  Anonymous sperm donations only, although egg donors can be known or anonymous.


Gestational surrogacy is currently banned but there are discussions of allowing it on a case-by-case basis as long as the gestational surrogate is married with two kids. Foreign women who are not close relatives are not permitted to be a surrogate for the Intended Parents. The Intended Parents must take the child even if it is born with congenital defects. Surrogates can only be reimbursed for actual expenses.  Medical professionals cannot recruit surrogates or receive reimbursements.

Disclaimer: Reproductive laws are a relatively new legal area and are in constant flux throughout the world. It is often hard to obtain current and accurate information, and we are always updating information on our site. Anyone pursuing reproductive assistance abroad should contact lawyers and clinics directly to confirm the current status in that country and any legal restrictions that might apply. GlobalIVF does not claim any accuracy for the information printed below and cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. If you have additional or conflicting information please contact us and we will update our site.

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