Surrogacy method

Surrogacy method is a fertility treatment in which a woman carries and delivers a pregnancy for another couple. This woman, the surrogate mother, may be the child’s genetic mother (as in the case of traditional surrogacy) or she may be genetically unrelated to the child (called gestational surrogacy). As part of the Surrogacy agreement, she waives all her parental rights and agrees to give the baby to the Intended Parents immediately upon delivery. Surrogacy is gaining popularity all over the world, especially in Western countries where adoption is tightly controlled through long, exhaustive bureaucratic processes. Adoption often takes years of waiting, whereas surrogacy on average requires about 14 months to complete. Surrogacy allows parents to not only take control of their own reproductive options, but also to create families that share genetic bonds. Children born through surrogacy are the natural, genetic offspring of their parents. This is a significant benefit over other reproductive options.