Infertility, artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization–these are terms you have probably encountered more than once in your life. In fact, you may have heard them from friends or family who have had trouble carrying and bearing a child. Apart from fertility issues, however, surrogacy is also a good option for those in the LGBT community who wish to have a child as well as those with genetic disorders that they don’t wish to pass on. Here, we tackle the many reasons why people choose surrogacy.
Surrogacy Gives Hope To Couples Who Want To Have A Child
Generally, surrogacy is when a woman carries and give birth to a child for another person or couple. Surrogacy comes in two forms: there’s the traditional surrogacy, where a surrogate mother is artificially inseminated with the intended father’s sperm cell. The surrogate then carries and gives birth to the child for the couple. Traditional surrogates are usually the biological mothers in this option.
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