In today’s article I’m going to examine the pros and cons of surrogacy as well as in vitro fertilization. These two things are kind of new to the science community. And what’s really interesting about them is that they’re kind of similar. They are similar in the sense that if you participate in either or you’re going to be participating in helping bring a baby into the world.
People like to use these processes in order to have a baby. Some people who are in fertile are going to choose surrogacy. Surrogacy is where you are having someone else carry your baby. The baby is yours, But you’re not going to have to actually have it inside of you. The process is pretty simple. You would going find a surrogacy agency and from that you would interview a set of people who would potentially carry your child. You obviously want to make sure that you are cooler than doing this because they’re the one that’s going to be having your child’s. These are people who are healthy and are not going to put your child at risk.
Surrogacy is more costly than in vitro fertilization (http://rsmcfertility.com). The reason being is that you are having to pay someone to carry your child. With in vitro fertilization you are the one still having the baby and are going to be carrying it. The downside to IVF is that you’re not always going to have it work for you. There’s a lot of times where it will work and then there sometimes where it won’t work. This why a lot of people will choose to try IVF first. Because surrogacy is costly people will take a look into in vitro fertilization and see if it will going to work for them. If it doesn’t, then they contemplate using surrogacy.