What You Should Know About Using A Surrogate

Between 2010 and 2014, surrogacy use rose 89 percent. Think about those numbers. Women clearly began to see the benefits of using such a service, and there is clearly a large client base ready to use it. We live in a world where most couples, no matter their biological limitations, can experience the joy of parenthood. Many couples turn to surrogacy after discovering that one or both parents have reproductive issues and simply cannot conceive in the traditional manner. Some couples, rather than adopt, want a baby that is in some way related to them. If you are looking into surrogacy, there are a few things you should know. It’s a wonderful experience, but it’s also a complex one.

There are two types of surrogates

Many people do not know that there are two types of surrogates; traditional and gestational. The traditional surrogate uses one of her own eggs to have a baby, while gestational one uses another woman’s (perhaps that of the mother-to-be) eggs and is not related to the baby she carries.