The term surrogacy is used when a woman carries a pregnancy and gives birth to a baby for another woman. Opinion on the morality of surrogacy is divided. Surrogacy is legally accepted in some countries such as UK as a treatment option for selected groups of patients. However, surrogacy is still not allowed in many countries. Legislation governing surrogacy varies between countries and even in same country such as the USA, where policies vary between statesIn commercial surrogacy, the surrogate mother enters into an agreement with the commissioning couple and parent and agrees to bear the pregnancy. In return of her consent to carry the child in her womb, she is paid by the commissioning couple.
WHAT IS ALTRUISTIC SURROGACY?
“Altruistic surrogacy” is a situation where the surrogate receives no financial reward for her pregnancy or the relinquishment of the child.
The surrogacy arrangement is sometimes made through an agency and other times contracted privately. When searching for a surrogate mother, a couple might use the Internet contact an agency, or network through friends and family. Surrogacy arrangements are sometimes made between strangers who never meet, or between persons who meet only occasionally through the process. A surrogacy arrangement might also involve persons whose lives become intertwined during the process, and even those who are family members or friends before entering a surrogacy arrangement.
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How might each option effect your family and friends and how will their reaction effect you? How much of a strain is each option on your marriage, friendships, and personal self esteem? Are there friends, family members, support groups or counselors which can help you increase what you can invest emotionally?
What other procedures can your body handle? IVF Surrogacy, IVF or Just Surrogacy? What risks are you willing to take? What are your chances of succeeding? Are you able and willing to undergo further invasive procedures? Are there many other clinics you would like to try? Are you willing to travel a great deal? If bed rest were required could you and your family handle it?
When trying to decide if surrogacy India is right for you there are many things you must consider besides your financial and physical abilities. Your emotions as well as those of your partner, family, friends, and even co-workers also should be taken into consideration.
UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SURROGACY’S
While there are two main types of surrogacy, gestational surrogacy and traditional, there are also different types of arrangements, agency arranged and independently arranged. Also surrogacy may be done between strangers who never meet, persons who meet only a few times, persons who meet and become quite close over the course and often after the surrogacy, and those who are friends before ever entering a surrogacy arrangement or are family members.
GESTATIONAL SURROGACY INDIA
Most intended parents prefer gestational surrogacy because they feel more secure in knowing the chances of the surrogate being able to keep their baby is slim to none. They also feel more in control of the surrogacy and pregnancy in general because they are choosing the genetics of their baby. An advantage to having an egg used by an ovum donor or the intended mother is that for the surrogate mother, it separates the complex emotional issues of being a gestational and genetic donor/mother.
USING AN EGG DONOR INDIA
Often parents who choose to have a gestational surrogate carry their child cannot genetically contribute to their offspring nor do they wish to have their surrogate mother be the genetic mother. Intended parents in these situations usually rely on outside assistance via sperm and or egg donation. While sperm donation has been around for hundreds of years egg donation is relatively new. In this process a screened egg donor undergoes hormone therapy (usually injections) over the course of many weeks which cause her ovaries to release more than one egg.