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You might make surrogacy part of your treatment journey if you have a medical condition that makes it impossible or unsafe for you to become pregnant and give birth. Same sex couples may also seek use of a surrogate host, to help them achieve their dream of having a family. The surrogate is the woman who carries and gives birth to the child for the intended parents sometimes called the commissioning couple.
Examples of medical conditions that might make surrogacy necessary include absence or malformation of the womb, recurrent pregnancy loss, or repeated IVF implantation failures. Partial surrogacy involves sperm from a male intended parent and an egg from your surrogate.
Here fertilisation is usually done by intrauterine insemination, however the surrogate can also undergo IVF if necessary. However, there are introduction agencies who can help with practical advice and support:.
Brilliant beginnings www. Surrogacy UK www. Your surrogate must be over 18 years old, in good health with a normal body mass index BMI i. Your surrogate, and her partner if she has one, must fully and carefully consider all aspects of the process including emotional, medical, legal and practical matters — you can only reimburse your surrogate reasonable expenses. Surrogacy is legal in the UK, but certain aspects of the process are subject to specific legal constraints:.
We need to consider whether this would cause serious harm to any child born as a result of the surrogacy arrangement, or to any existing children of you or your surrogate. An appointment with our specialised counsellor is strongly recommended for all parties involved.
To become the legal parents of born through surrogacy, you may either apply to adopt, or apply for a parental order. This transfers the rights and obligations from the surrogate to the intended parents providing certain conditions are met. To obtain a parental order:. details below and Looking for sex surrogate in Lochearnhead will be in touch. What is surrogacy? How does surrogacy work? Full surrogacy also known as Host or Gestational Full surrogacy involves the implantation of an embryo created using either: the eggs and sperm of the intended parents donated eggs fertilised with sperm from male intended parent eggs from the female commissioner fertilised with donated sperm Partial surrogacy also known as Straight or Traditional Partial surrogacy involves sperm from a male intended parent and an egg from your surrogate.
Who can help with surrogate arrangements? However, there are introduction agencies who can help with practical advice and support: Brilliant beginnings www. Who is suitable to be a surrogate? What are the legal issues? Surrogacy is legal in the UK, but certain aspects of the process are subject to specific legal constraints: Advertising Surrogates are not allowed to advertise their services. Parenthood Parenthood of the child involves complicated legal issues, and we recommend that you seek your own legal advice before making any decisions. The rights of your surrogate.
You should bear in mind that: The surrogate has the legal right to keep the child, even if it is not genetically related to her. Familiarise yourself with the wording of the Surrogacy Arrangements Act,and discuss its implications with your lawyer before proceeding.
Surrogacy arrangements are not legally enforceable, even if a contract has been ed and the expenses of the surrogate have been paid. Your surrogate will be the legal mother of the child unless or until parenthood is transferred to you through a parental or adoption order granted after the birth of the. This is because, in law, the woman who gives birth is always treated as the legal mother. They will need to complete the appropriate forms, prior to treatment, Looking for sex surrogate in Lochearnhead state that they agree not to be named as a legal parent of the surrogate.
Parental orders. If the surrogate is not married or in a civil partnership, the genetic father can automatically be named on the birth certificate as the second legal parent. If the surrogate is married or in a civil partnership, then her husband or civil partner will be the second legal parent unless it is shown that they did not consent to treatment.
In some circumstances in Scotland the genetic father can be on the birth certificate despite the surrogate being married or in a civil partnership. Pre-Treatment Requirements. Counselling Discussions with a counsellor are required for you, your surrogate, and you and your surrogate together. The t session for you and your surrogate will include discussions around the agreement between the surrogate and commissioning couple. Legal Advice It is highly recommended that legal advice is taken by all surrogacy parties to fully explore their individual circumstances and the issues explained above.
Screening Tests All parties have to undergo screening tests. Overall, these tests are undertaken to protect the welfare of everyone involved in the surrogacy arrangements, and importantly any child that may be born. For details of the tests required for surrogacy arrangements, please contact the clinic. An individualised requirement table will be provided at surrogacy consultation appointments. Quarantine of Sperm Donor sperm must be quarantined for a minimum of days, after which repeat serological testing is required. If the blood sample taken at the time of donation is additionally tested by the nucleic acid amplification technique NAT for HIV, HBV and HCV, the donor sperm must be quarantined for a minimum of three months, after which a further donor blood sample should be taken and subjected to repeat serological and NAT testing.
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