Surrogate is a misunderstood term and when people refer to a “surrogate,” they intend to refer to a woman who carries a pregnancy for another person. However, the proper term is a gestational carrier.
The person or couple trying to have a baby with the help of gestational carriers are called intended parents.
In Traditional Surrogacy, the surrogate’s egg is used making her the biological mother of the child she carries. The egg is fertilized using sperm from the intended father or a donor using intrauterine insemination.
In Gestational Surrogacy, the surrogate has no biological link with the baby. The embryo is created using an egg from the intended mother or a donor and sperm are taken from the intended father or a donor using in vitro fertilization. Once the egg is fertilized in the laboratory, the embryo is then transferred to the surrogate.
You can ask a friend or family member to be your surrogate mother but it involves several family issues and its somewhat controversial. Sometimes raises legal parental issues or can use a Surrogate agency. Some people look for independent carriers — that is, looking for a gestational carrier (that is not known to you) without the help of an agency.
In the Gestational Surrogacy process in India, there are three possibilities for the conception of the child.
After all the legal procedures of finding a gestational carrier and deciding of fees is done the actual process begins where,
All of these situations should be discussed prior to the contracts being signed, to be sure the gestational carrier and intended parents agree on how to handle the situations.
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