|What are the type of Surrogates?
Surrogacy is when a woman carries a child
for someone else. Typically, she carries a child for a woman who is
unable to carry a child for herself.
Traditional Surrogacy and
Gestational Surrogacy are generally the two types of surrogacy. The
choice of which type depends on individual circumstances and the
recommendation of a doctor. Considerations include any disorders that
affect the ovaries, and previous history.
Traditional Surrogacy - A
surrogate mother uses her own eggs and is artificially inseminated with
sperm from the intended father or sperm donor. Tradition surrogacy
is often chosen when
Surrogacy - Eggs are
taken from the intended mother or egg donor and fertilized with the
sperm of the intended father or sperm donor. By using the in vitro
fertilization process, embryos are then transferred to the surrogate
mother's uterus. The surrogate mother uses her uterus to carry a child
which is not genetically related to her.