Surrogacy

Types of Surrogacy

There are two types of surrogacy, ‘straight’ or 'traditional surrogacy'and ‘host’ or 'Gestational Surrogacy'.

Surrogacy involves using one woman's uterus for the purpose of implanting and carrying an embryo in order to deliver a baby for another person or couple. The woman who will carry the embryo is known as the surrogate.This process entails using in vitro fertilization in order to place the fertilized egg into the surrogate's uterus. There are two primary types of surrogacy. These are traditional and gestational, and each works in a somewhat different fashion.

Traditional Surrogacy : When using traditional surrogacy, the surrogate acts as both the egg donor and as the actual surrogate for the embryo, and she is impregnated using a process known as intrauterine insemination, or IUI.

In this IUI procedure, the doctor will transfer sperm that is taken from the biological father and will subsequently transfer that sperm into the surrogate's uterus so that fertilization may take place naturally.

Therefore, with traditional surrogacy, the surrogate is also the biological mother of the child.

Gestational Surrogacy : Gestational surrogacy or IVF / Gestational surrogacy – This is a more common form of surrogacy. In this procedure, a woman carries a pregnancy created by the egg and sperm of the genetic couple. The egg of the wife is fertilized in vitro by the husband’s sperms by IVF/ICSI procedure, and the embryo is transferred into the surrogate’s uterus, and the surrogate carries the pregnancy for nine months. The child is not genetically linked to the surrogate.

Gestational surrogacy gives the intended parents the opportunity to have a child that is genetically related to one or both of them. A gestational surrogate is called the "birth mother." The biological mother, though, is still the woman whose egg was fertilized.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.

The success rate of IVF depends on a number of factors such as the age and health of the woman providing the eggs.

Gestational Surrogacy can be further sub classified as below three types:

Egg Donation Gestational Surrogacy:: If an Intended Mother is incapable of producing eggs, the Gestational Surrogate Mother embraces the embryo established from a donor egg which has been fertilized with the Intended Father’s sperm.

Using this process, the child is genetically related to the Intended Father and has no relation to the Surrogate Mother.

Intended parents will have the need for both a gestational surrogate and an egg donor. In the Gestational Surrogacy with Egg Donation Gestational Surrogacy program

Gestational Surrogacy & Donor Sperm::If an Intended Father is unable to produce sperm, the Surrogate Mother carries an embryo established from the Intended Mother's egg (who is unable to carry a pregnancy herself) and donor sperm. Using this approach, the child is genetically related to the Intended Mother and has no relation to the Surrogate Mother.

Gestational Surrogacy & Donor Sperm::If an Intended Father is unable to produce sperm, the Surrogate Mother carries an embryo established from the Intended Mother's egg (who is unable to carry a pregnancy herself) and donor sperm. Using this approach, the child is genetically related to the Intended Mother and has no relation to the Surrogate Mother.

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