if a woman is unable to naturally conceive and/or carry a pregnancy, her embryo can be placed in the uterus of another woman for gestation. This woman acts as a surrogate, carrying the pregnancy until birth. The exact circumstances will differ based on each individual couples situation and may involve the use of donor eggs, donor sperm, or an in vitro procedure transferring an embryo derived from the couples own egg and sperm.
The process involving a woman carrying s baby for another person. In Host surrogacy, an IVF procedure is used so that the surrogate carries a child that is not genetically related to her. Part surrogacy involves the surrogate being inseminated with the man's semen from the commissioning couple.
the process of one woman carrying a child for another; the child is usually conceived with the sperm of the partner of the woman who is unable to carry a child.