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Research shows that out of every 100 couples, 12 to 13 have difficulty becoming pregnant. Whether you’re struggling to grow your family, can’t conceive naturally or have chosen not to, there are several family-building options to bring a baby into the family.
While some intended parents choose to adopt, many turn to modern medicine for fertility drugs, various types of medical fertility procedures, gamete donation, surrogacy and more. Gestational surrogacy rates have risen in recent years, and it’s predicted that in 2025, the surrogacy market will generate $27.5 billion in revenue.
The medical part of the surrogacy process is the same as in vitro fertilization (IVF). An egg is retrieved from the intende… Read More