In gestational surrogacy, the surrogate is NOT the biological mother of the child they carry and deliver. Because of this, gestational surrogacy is widely regarded as the most ethical form of surrogacy and is by far the most common form of surrogacy practiced today.
The process of becoming and acting as a surrogate for another family is a complicated but highly rewarding experience. Here we explore the surrogate mother process in detail, from application to post delivery care.
The surrogacy process involves a series of administrative, legal, and medical measures filled with emotional considerations that require careful planning and execution. It is a complex and personal process that, for good reason, can overwhelm many intended parents. Here we explore the surrogacy process in detail.