The difference between surrogate and gestational surrogate at a glance
Surrogate usually referred to as traditional surrogate is a term used when a gestational carrier’s own eggs are inseminated with the sperm of an intended parent or donor. In such a case, the surrogate is genetically related to the baby. In case of gestational surrogacy, an egg from an intended parent or an oocyte donor that has been fertilized with a partner’s sperm or donor’s sperm is used. In this case, the gestational carrier is not genetically related to the baby.
In India and at Kiran Infertility Centre only gestational Surrogacy is carried out as there will be no legal issues at later stage.
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