What is Surrogacy?
Surrogacy is a form of assisted reproductive technology (ART) where the surrogate offers to carry a baby through pregnancy on behalf of another person or couple and then return the baby to the intended parent(s) once it is born.
Surrogacy is a highly complex process, and there are many important steps to ensure that both parties make the best decisions - including extensive counselling, psychiatric assessment and independent legal advice. Better life surrogacy program can support you throughout this journey.
In surrogacy, an embryo is created using an egg and sperm produced by the intended parent(s) (or donors), and is transferred into the surrogate’s uterus. The surrogate has no genetic link to the child. Her eggs cannot be used to conceive the child.
How It Works
The entire surrogacy process can be as quick as 11 months, but on average, it takes approximately 15 to 18 months. You can expect the following steps: