Surrogacy is an option that many women have, especially if they are infertile or unable to conceive a baby. Inhospitable conditions in the uterus may hinder a baby from growing inside its mother’s womb, but surrogacy is an option through which many women have been able to have children despite disorders or reproductive conditions.
IVF surrogacy is an excellent option for those who want to have a baby of their own, but who are unable to stay pregnant. Rather than trying and losing a number of babies, you may find that looking into surrogacy and IVF is the best solution for you to have a baby if your womb is not able to handle the growth of a baby.
Using a surrogacy and IVF helps you to bring a baby of your own to full term, despite the fact that it will be growing inside an IVF surrogate’s womb. You will find that using an IVF surrogate will be the perfect solution if you have tried a number of treatments to help improve or heal your womb, but none of them have been effective. You may have had a hysterectomy, have abnormalities in your womb, or a health condition that will hinder you from having a baby. If any of these factors are true, IVF surrogacy is an option to consider.
The IVF surrogate mother consents to having the fertilized embryos inserted into her womb, and she carries the baby to full term. This is partial surrogacy, as the eggs of the mother are combined with the sperm of the father to form embryos that are inserted into the womb of the IVF surrogate mother. Full surrogacy calls for intrauterine insemination to be used, but IVF ensures that the mother’s eggs and the father’s sperm can be combined in order to form a baby that is a mix of their genes. The only part the surrogate mother plays in the process is to allow the embryo to grow inside her womb, and the baby has none of the genes of the surrogate mother.
It is important that you do your research well to find a reliable IVF surrogate mother. You will want to find a woman who is willing to be the surrogate for your embryo, and she will need to be committed to seeing the process through to the end. The process can take up to 4 or 5 months, and sometimes longer, so it is important that the surrogate mother is prepared for the ordeal.
There are no figures that can tell you accurately the success rate of surrogacy with IVF, but many women have found that using IVF and surrogacy allows them to have a baby despite their reproductive disorders. If you are looking into an IVF surrogate, make sure that the surrogate is prepared to give up all rights to the child. You should be participating in every aspect of the process, including being present at the birth of your child. You may also have to search for an IVF clinic that allows surrogacy, as not all clinics condone this form of conception.