Surrogacy Process

Surrogacy Process

Surrogacy has appeared as one of the most sought-after solutions for all the couples who were earlier struggling from the nightmares of infertility. With surrogacy, most of them have been able to achieve their dreams of becoming parents, and they no longer need to depend on random fertility treatment options around.

Types of Surrogacy

Speaking of various types of surrogacy, Gestational surrogacy and Traditional surrogacy are currently the most talked-about surrogacy arrangements across the globe.

Gestational surrogacy: Gestational surrogacy has turned out to be the most popular surrogacy arrangement around the world and during the process; the embryo is developed and fertilized in a lab dish after carefully mixing the sperm and egg taken from the intended parents. The same embryo is then been implanted in the womb of the surrogate mother who will now carry the child for them till its birth. The biggest reason behind the popularity of this arrangement is the fact that the surrogate mother won’t be sharing any genetic connection with the future child.

Traditional surrogacy – In this surrogacy arrangement, the sperm of the intended father is been placed carefully into the womb of the surrogate mother which would then carry the child until its birth. The Surrogate mother does have a biological connection with the future child in this case.

Surrogacy Process

Searching for the Surrogate mother

Once the intended parents have decided to go ahead for surrogacy, they first have to look forward to a surrogate mother for the same. They can carry upon the same process by looking for the surrogate mother within their own friends and family networks or even reaching out to their respective connections via social media.

Screening and matching the surrogate mother

The surrogate mother is required to be matched first to all the specified needs and requirements of the intended parents and it is then when she can be taken further for the screening process. During the screening process, she gets screened and tested for any kind of Psychological or health issues in order to let the intended parents stay assured of the health of their future child

Finishing up with all the legal agreements and legal process

The surrogate mother and the intended parents have both need to sign a legal agreement in accordance to the existing laws of the country where the surrogacy arrangement is been carried out. The same agreement would then work as proof of a mutual trust displayed by both parties in case of any future dispute or disagreement within the surrogacy journey.

Embryo transfer process

After the surrogate mother is been tested and diagnosed for any health complications, she now has to commence through a list of medical treatments and procedures to ascertain her capability for the surrogacy process with the help of an IVF clinic. The same would also include formation of the embryo in the lab via IVF after using the sperm and eggs form the intended parents. The same embryo is then been transferred into the womb of the surrogate mother.

Filing claim for the legal custody of the child

Speaking of legal custody, it totally depends on the surrogacy laws of a particular country and the intended parents may need to file for the legal custody of the child accordingly. The same process can be carried out with the help of a legal professional around and once completed with this; they can fly back to their country with the child.

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