Health Risks Ivf Surrogacy  

Surrogacy allows one woman to carry the child of some other woman. This is based on certain legal contracts in order to eliminate any kind of problems in future. Though some of the states allow this kind of an arrangement, there are still some state laws that prohibit any such agreement. Surrogacy can be divided in two major forms. One is the traditional surrogacy whereas the other one is gestational surrogacy also known as the IVF.

IVF refers to in vitro fertilization and was converted into gestational surrogacy during the year 1978. In such an arrangement, IVF is used for creating an embryo with the help of an egg of some woman and the sperms of her husband, sperm donor or partner. This embryo then needs to be implanted within the uterus of the woman who is supposed to give birth to that child after gestation. She may or may not have any genetic connection with the child.

Almost every pregnancy carries certain amount of risk involved with it so does IVF surrogacy. Since in this kind of surrogacy, there are two or may be more embryos transferred it may thus carry additional amount of risks which is basically from the fact that multiples are being carried. There are also some other health risks in IVF surrogacy. It is thus very important to understand the pros and cons of IVF before deciding anything. There are some very common questions that may arise in such cases and those need to be answered by a physician. So, before finalizing anything, one must get in contact with a well qualified and experienced physician.

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Health Risks Ivf Surrogacy

Laws-On-Surrogacy      Surrogacy is kind of an arrangement in which a woman (surrogate mother) enters into an agreement with a couple (contracted party) to bear their child in her womb. The embryo developed by IVF technique is just implanted into the womb of surrogate mother. Thus, the birth mother is merely the carrier, while the arranged parents are the genetic donors. As there are various ethical and social issues involved in this kind of an arrangement, there are strict laws framed for practice of surrogacy. However, these laws vary from one country to another. In US, these laws vary widely from one state to another. Quite surprisingly, surrogacy is considered to be illegal under jurisdictions of some countries. More..




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