Perhaps most of people want to have their own children, because it's natural. As a rule, married couples have one and more babies, but there are some infertile couples which cannot have their own kids; it can be because of man's or woman's health problems. In those cases infertile parents can choose one of few methods: surrogacy or baby adoption. Baby adoption and surrogacy are very complex processes and require detailed information learning and some preparation.
Gestational surrogacy and traditional surrogacy are two main surrogacy types. The surrogate mother is implanted artificially with the future father's sperm or donor's sperm in traditional surrogacy. Egg of the surrogate mother will be used; hence that woman is potentially the resulting baby genetic mother. As a rule, the name of the intended father is put straightway on the certificate of birth and in that case the mother (who wants to have a baby) needs to make a step-mother adoption, nevertheless, national laws concerning this question differ from country to country. It would be better to consult a lawyer about this complex question because he is knowledgeable and he will give you some pieces of advice.
There is one and very important difference between gestational surrogacy and traditional - the surrogate mamma is not genetically connected to the baby in a gestational surrogacy. There are two possible ways in gestational surrogacy: from the egg donor or implanted mother eggs are extracted and combined with donor in vitro or intended father sperm. After that operation the embryos is shifted into the womb of surrogate. An embryo that is not shifted may be or not be frozen and employed for transference afterward in that case when the first operation doesn't result in pregnancy.
As you already know, in the case of traditional surrogacy the intended father is put straightway on the certificate of birth, but using gestational surrogacy the future parents may solicit to the court about the name question if they want that both their names to be posted straightway to certificate of birth during pregnancy third trimester, nevertheless, national laws concerning this problem differ from country to country. If you want to know more gestational surrogacy information you should consult a lawyer and he using his special knowledge will explain you everything you want to know and after that you will know gestational surrogacy benefits and disadvantages of this process.
Gestational surrogacy process itself is very complex and takes a lot of time. Firstly, you should find the appropriate couple or person that you want to be a traditional surrogate or gestational surrogate for. This is very important to choose those people, who will be genetically related to your baby, just after that you should carry out next steps.
When you have chosen them and chosen people are going to work jointly, there should be a mixture of psychological and physical testing which consists of, but is not necessarily, hysteroscopy-uterine cavity visualization though a thin scope interpolated through the neck or dye injected into the uterus, this is for the purpose to know whether or not the tubes of fallopian are clear.
Thus, there are several methods for infertile couples to have a baby; the most popular of them are baby adoption and surrogacy. Every couple should choose an appropriate method that suits them best.