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Dr Nayna Patel (front, centre) is building the world's largest surrogate house to provide rooms for hundreds of women to carry babies for western couplesInside India's baby factory where hundreds of impoverished Indian women are being paid £5,000 to have babies for childless Westerners.
Dr Nayna Patel is building a one-stop surrogacy shop in Gujurat, India It will house hundreds of poor women willing to carry others' children She has been accused of exploiting the poor in expanding her business .Dr Patel says she is giving poor Indian women and couples a lifeline.

A controversial doctor is building the world's first 'baby factory' which will house hundreds of poverty-stricken Indian women making babies for childless Western couples. The one-stop surrogacy shop - complete with a gift shop and hotel rooms - is under construction as part of India's multibillion dollar commercial surrogacy industry.

The medic behind the plans, Dr Nayna Patel, already runs a back street clinic in rural Gujarat which currently accommodates around 100 pregnant women in a single house. Dr Nayna Patel (front, centre) is building the world's largest surrogate house to provide rooms for hundreds of women to carry babies for western couples.Dr Nayna Patel, who currently runs a back street surrogacy house near Gujarat, leads her pregnant surrogate mothers in prayer and lectures them on how to spend their money

Dr Nayna Patel (front, centre) is building the world's largest surrogate house to provide rooms for hundreds of women to carry babies for western couples. Plans for Dr Patel's new super surrogacy hospital which is expected to house hundreds of Indian women making babies for childless Western couples

Plans for Dr Patel's new super surrogacy hospital which is expected to house hundreds of Indian women making babies for childless Western couples .Wannabe parents send sperm or embryos to the clinic via courier, often only visiting India to pick up their new son or daughter.

Dr Patel charges hopeful parents $28,000 (£17,330) in exchange for using the womb of one of her surrogates. She pays each surrogate $8,000 (£4,950) per single pregnancy. If it is twins, they are paid an extra $2,000.Two heavily pregnant surrogate mothers undergo a 'blessing' inside the house by a hindu priest before they give birth. They ware paid $8,000 each per child

 A BBC4 documentary, House of Surrogates, will open the lid on her multimillion pound state of the art hospital set to open next year.
Currently under construction, the new clinic will have self catering apartments for the visiting Western couples, a floor for the surrogate mothers to live, offices, delivery rooms, an IVF department and even a collection of restaurants and a gift shop.
Surrogate mother Papiya, who works at the Surrogate House, is expecting a baby for the second time - this time it is twins for a couple in the U.S.

Surrogate mother Papiya, who works at the Surrogate House, is expecting a baby for the second time - this time it is twins for a couple in the U.S.
Surrogate mother Vasanti, pictured with her husband Ashok, is able to send their daughter Mansi to an English speaking school because of the money earned from surrogacy

Surrogate mother Vasanti, pictured with her husband Ashok, is able to send their daughter Mansi to an English speaking school because of the money earned from surrogacy
Barbara, 54, from Canada, tried for 30 years to become a mother without success. She has now had a baby born to a surrogate mother in India
Dr Nayna Patel, who currently runs a back street surrogacy house near Gujarat, leads her pregnant surrogate mothers in prayer and lectures them on how to spend their money

In just a decade, Dr Patel's programme has already produced almost 600 babies for rich couples.She has received death threats and faced accusations of exploiting the poor for profit - but she insists her work is a 'feminist mission' bringing equally needy woman together.

Speaking in tonight's documentary, she said: 'These woman are doing a job. It's a physical job. They are paid for that job.
'These women know there is no gain without pain. I definitely see myself as a feminist. Surrogacy is one woman helping another.'

Among the hopeful couples is British doctor Michael, 62, and his Russian wife Veronica, 33. Veronica was born with one fallopian tube and one ovary, leaving her unable to carry a child. Speaking about two embryos which have just been implanted in a surrogate mother, she said: 'These are Alexander and Katerina - I've had the names for two years.' 
 VIDEO  Dr Nayana Patel defends the 'rent a womb' clinics in recent interview Dr Nayna Patel explains her philosophy behind the 'baby factory'.

Building of the controversial surrogacy house has already begun. As well as rooms for each surrogate mother, it will also house a gift shop and hotel rooms . Building of the controversial surrogacy house has already begun. As well as rooms for each surrogate mother, it will also house a gift shop and hotel rooms. She added: 'My last chance of trying to have my own child is to use a surrogate.
'Many women suffer, they don't have this possibility to become mothers which I did. 'We can have our children, who can make their own children.

'The embryos for me are already alive, they are waiting for that moment where they can grow and be taken out and say "Hello mummy"... it's like my whole future starts today, right now.' Husband Michael added: 'As a physician, I find it somewhat ironic to see poor individuals who are pregnant and choose to terminate their baby, and individuals who wish deeply to be pregnant but are unable to.

'[The outside of the clinic] looks very ordinary. It hides the interior, where the science is quite professional, procedures are sterile, and it's no different what I'm used to in the Western world. 'We've had to come all this way to experience this and we're absolutely overwhelmed.' 
'God has appointed me' says Dr behind 'rent-a-womb' factory Two heavily pregnant surrogate mothers undergo a 'blessing' inside the house by a hindu priest before they give birth. They ware paid $8,000 each per child.Two heavily pregnant surrogate mothers undergo a 'blessing' inside the house by a hindu priest before they give birth. They ware paid $8,000 each per child.
An American woman is handed her baby for the first time; she landed in India days after her son was born by surrogate
An American woman is handed her baby for the first time; she landed in India days after her son was born by surrogate.
First meeting: An American woman is handed her baby for the first time; she landed in India days after her son was born by surrogate

The documentary shows Dr Patel praying as she places the embryos inside the uterus of a surrogate. In two weeks a blood test will reveal if she is pregnant. The film also features local woman and twice-surrogate Edan, who had recently had a baby for Canadian Barbara, 54.

Barbara was stuck in India for four months with her newborn son before she got the paperwork she needed to take him home.
Not only did she pay Edan to give birth to her baby - she also gave her cash to visit her hotel twice a day to continue breast feeding her new son before she returned to Canada.

Barbara, who tried for 30 years to become a mother, said: 'Infertility is a medical problem.
'If people born with bad eyesight get corrective eye glasses, and diabetics get insulin, why can't we get medical treatment for our problem?'

Surrogate mum-to-be Papiya is expecting twins for a couple in America and plans to spend the cash on a house for her family.
Barbara, 54, from Canada, tried for 30 years to become a mother without success. She has now had a baby born to a surrogate mother in India

Barbara, 54, from Canada, tried for 30 years to become a mother without success. She has now had a baby born to a surrogate mother in India. 

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