In the surrogacy processes they are
also called the future parents or parents of intent, since it is the person or
people who have tried for years to have a biological or adoption child,
either naturally or through the in vitro process and have not
Intent parents are types of couples and people of different social status or sexual preference as both single women or heterosexuals couples struggling with infertility and the inability to have a child who cannot have a full-term child on their own, due to the infertility or health risks. Or Even single men o Couples of gay men who are looking for a child and cannot resort to adoption. It is for this reason that they resort to the misnamed belly of rent.
In order to choose the best place to fulfill the dream of being a parent, We recommend that you contact a GestLife family advisor.
Since in some European countries (the UK, France, Italy, Germany, etc) the surrogacy process is not regulated, a filiation process is required.
It is a Human Assisted Reproduction Technique (ART).
In vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment is one of several techniques available in the surrogacy processes to help couples and individuals struggling to have a baby.
During IVF treatment, eggs are removed from the ovaries of the woman and are placed in vitro (in a test tube, which is where it comes from the word "vitro"). The egg is then fertilized by sperm in a laboratory. The egg fertilized by sperm is called an embryo and is implanted in the surrogate mother's uterus, where it is expected to develop into a healthy pregnancy and a gestational surrogacy.
Along with the IVF treatment, the intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is carried out in the laboratory. This treatment involves injecting a single sperm directly into the egg. ICSI is recommended for couples in which the man has a low number of sperm cells or a low mobility of the same, which makes it less likely the sperm to fertilize the egg by themselves. And that's why we recommend it against artificial insemination.
Remember that, in traditional surrogacy, the surrogate mother uses her own ovum so that an insemination can be carried out artificially.
Since in the traditional or partial gestational surrogacy the surrogate mother does not have any biological link to the baby, an invitro fertilization (IVF) is performed with the egg of the future mother or a donor and the sperm of the future father.