One of the advantages of traditional surrogacy is that it typically involves a lower cost that gestational surrogacy. This is because there is no donation fee, and if the first effort at insemination does not work, it can be attempted again in a matter of weeks rather than several months.
In addition, with the process of traditional surrogacy, it is unlikely that the surrogate will need to take additional fertility medication. It is important to note, though, that with traditional surrogacy, the surrogate will be the child's biological mother.
As for me, when people have a genuine desire to bring up children, it doesn't matter for them - whether this child is genetically connected with them or not. I have never heard the statistics of that people mostly choose surrogacy motherhood more than adoption. I am for adoption.
And can I ask who told you that people prefer that way exactly? :) Share some statistics with me,if you're willing to.Yeah,alotta people want their kid to have something in common physically with them-that's just their inner need and nothing can be done to that.But there are plenty of others with a whole different bunch of preferences,if you ask them.We've adopted a little girl,but we aren't planning on stopping-we want to have 3 or 4 kids in our family.Yeah,some of them might be from a surrogacy way,but adoption is great too.
Hi ) I know some information about it and think it is good experiance) Surrogacy involves the carrying of an embryo and the subsequent birthing of a baby by one woman, referred to as the surrogate, for another individual or couple. There are two primary types of surrogacy - traditional and gestational. In traditional surrogacy, the surrogate is both the donor of the egg and the carrier of the embryo. In this process, the surrogate is impregnated with sperm that is taken from the intended child's biological father using intrauterine insemination, or IUI. Because it is the surrogate's egg that is used for the pregnancy, the surrogate is also the biological mother of the child. With the gestational surrogacy process, the embryo is created by using sperm from the biological father and an egg from the biological mother through the process of in vitro fertilization. In this case, the surrogate is only used to carry the embryo and is therefore not the child's biological mother.
because for every person to have the bearer of the family name is rather important, adopt a child is too good but he will not have your genes, so many people prefer surrogacy then adotion. it's human nature to extend the family dynasty.
But surrogacy does not give you completely your child. Genetical father is just one of your couple, not both and there will be still genes of another woman, right? so what is the difference?
the difference is that at least one of you is relative for your child, usually for people it's important. to be fully parents with genes you should be natural and have a child with your wife
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