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What Is Surrogacy & How Does It Work? – Everything You Should Know
Surrogacy is an assisted reproduction technique whereby a woman carries someone else's child. It allows straight, gay, and single persons to become parents.
Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) – Techniques Used in Surrogacy
Surrogacy or surrogate motherhood is a type of assisted reproductive technology known as third-party assisted reproduction, along with egg and sperm donation. For surrogacy to be possible, Intrauterine( ...
Uterine Factor Infertility – Diseases & Anomalies that Cause Infertility
Absolute uterine factor infertility (AUFI) includes all types of uterine diseases and anomalies that affect the structure and functionality of the uterus, causing female infertility. When completion of a pregnancy...
Surrogacy FAQs – 12 Common Questions for Intended Parents
What is surrogacy? Is the surrogate the biological mother? How long does the process take? Surrogacy is a challenging fertility treatment that can be a bit overwhelming for hopeful intended parents. For this, ...
What Is a Surrogate Mother? – Everything You Should Know
A surrogate mother or gestational carrier is a woman who becomes pregnant by means of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with the purpose of carrying a child for someone else. Becoming a surrogate requires a series of...
Guide to the Surrogacy Process – The 7 Steps of Surrogacy
Today, a growing number of intended parents are unable to conceive and/or carry a child naturally, including heterosexual couples, gay parents, and single persons. Surrogacy is a viable option for these would-be...
Surrogacy Laws by Country – Where Is It Legal?
From an international perspective, surrogacy is illegal in most countries, which makes pursuing surrogacy overseas an option for many intended parents.
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