Surrogacy means conceiving a baby through a surrogate mother. There is traditional surrogacy and gestational surrogacy. Traditional surrogacy refers to implanting the intended father's sperm into the surrogate's body, the surrogate mother provides the eggs, and the surrogate is the child's biological mother.
Gestational surrogacy refers to creating embryos in the laboratory and then transferring the embryos into the surrogate's uterus. In this way, the child's genes come from the providers of sperm and egg. The child is entirely unrelated to the surrogate's genes and blood. For now, more people and fertility centers use gestational surrogacy as an essential treatment method.
The United States is one of the few countries in the world that allows commercial surrogacy legally. Only four of fifty states of U.S. laws do not allow surrogacy, and forty states are very friendly to surrogacy. In particular, surrogacy is completely legal in California. Whether prospective parents are traditional couples, singles, LGBT, legal parental rights can be obtained. For many families who cannot conceive babies by themselves due to age or other reasons, that means more possibilities.
Miracle Angels has high-quality surrogate candidate resources nation-wide. Our team could help intended parents build their families via surrogacy.