For many families, surrogacy is a way to have a child that is biologically related to both parents. Surrogate mothers are usually recruited through agencies and compensated for their services. Surrogacy can be expensive, but it’s worth the cost when you consider all of the benefits that come with it. For example, gestational carriers are […]
Gestational surrogacy is an arrangement where the fertilised egg is transferred to the surrogate mother’s uterus and she carries the pregnancy to term. In a surrogacy arrangement, the surrogate is not genetically related to the child. The process of surrogacy starts with the intended parents finding a surrogate mother and then getting her pregnant. The […]
The following frequently asked questions about surrogacy law and procedure highlight many of the problems that prospective parents are likely to run into.
Surrogacy is a form of assisted reproductive technology that involves a woman giving birth to a child who is not genetically related to her. This can happen in two ways: 1) A surrogate mother can carry an embryo created by her egg and the sperm of the intended father or another donor. 2) A surrogate […]