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Brief guide about the surrogacy


If you are considering surrogacy then spend some quality time on research and the needed information that prepares you for the experience. Consultation for surrogacy is a vital part for every couple because there are so many processes involved in the procedure so every participant must be clear with the legal issues as well the involved process. Here is a guide about all important aspects of the surrogacy that you need to know;



Types of surrogacy

  • Traditional surrogacy
  • Modern surrogacy.

Whenever someone thinks about the surrogacy, normally they think, surrogates’ mother will get pregnant with the intended father or rather thought the process of artificial insemination and give birth to the child and hand over to the mother. This process happens in the old generations, these days surrogacy has taken a huge switch to their level. Now people used to prefer gestational surrogacy, where the baby is genetically related to the intended mother and father. In gestational surrogacy, the egg and sperm of the intended mother and father are fertilized and converted into the embryo, and then the surrogate mother carries this Embryo and gives birth to the baby.

You must work with the agency – 

 This can save time and money for the parents. It’s important to understand the advantages of working with the agency. While working with the agencies you don’t have to worry about the pitfalls like legal issues, failed medical tests and other issues related to the compatibility. The experts of the agency will manage all issues related to surrogacy.

Expanses of surrogacy – gone are the days when surrogacy can only do for rich people or celebrities. Though surrogacy is expensive, one can afford it through the help of insurance companies or loans.

Now every intended parent can have their Genetical child 

 Some of the parents don’t feel issues related to the bond when their child is in Utero, they feel happy by attending the appointments with the person or video chats with the surrogate mothers. But if this is not happening and the intended parents are not feeling a bond with their baby. Typically most of the parents feel that bond when their child takes birth and makes the skin to skin contact. Perhaps the real mother does breastfeed, but the intended parents can experience true bonding with their child.


How to Choose a Surrogate

However, no regulation can be a surrogate but, there are some recommendations from the experts;

  • A surrogate mother.
  • At least of 21 years old or more.
  • She already has given birth to a healthy baby, this ensures a safe pregnancy.
  • The mother should pass all the screening tests positively without any evidence of complication to giving birth to the baby.
  • She has to sign a contract about the role and responsibilities of the child and after the birth; she has to relinquish any right over the child.

This is the small guide about the surrogacy every couple should know who is planning about the surrogacy.


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