Surrogacy is one of the most effective ways to get a child if you are unable to become parents in a traditional way. It may happen due to many reasons such as medical issues, family issues and personal choice. Sometimes, the body of a female is unable to carry a child for nine months. In such cases, surrogacy can bless the couple and make their lives much happier.
What is surrogacy?
In a nutshell, a surrogate mother carries the child of intended parents in her womb and hands it over to them after he is born. She does not have any legal rights on the child and the intended parents will look after the baby for the rest of his or her life. However, it may seem simple but involves a lot of complications, risks and medical procedures along with legal implications.
Who should opt for surrogacy?
Many couples get confused about which option they should choose to enjoy parenthood. They must opt for this treatment option in following cases:
- Malfunctioning of absence of womb
- Multiple pregnancy losses
- Repeated IVF failure
- Danger in carrying a baby
Your gynaecologist will be able to examine you properly and suggest whether you should opt for surrogacy or not.
It is imperative to know what actually happens in this procedure to get a baby. Following may be the scenarios from which a health care provider chooses the appropriate one depending on the medical condition of the intended parents:
- Eggs and sperms of intended parents are fertilized to keep in womb of surrogate mother.
- The sperm of the intended father is fertilized with a donated egg.
- A donated egg and sperm are fertilized to create an embryo
What happens after the procedure
The intended parents keep their hopes high to become parents. Following actually occurs after the above mentioned procedure is complete:
- If the ability of surrogate mother to become pregnant is higher, the baby starts to grow in her womb as normal.
- It may not go further if the age of egg is more or any other unfavourable circumstances occur.
The intended parents remain worried until the baby is in their hands. During the above mentioned procedures, they also have to complete a lot of legal matters and formalities. If you want to opt for surrogacy in Russia, it is strongly recommended to talk to your doctor about it for guidance.