Gestational Surrogacy is carrying a child that is not genetically related to the Surrogate. The Embryo(s) transferred can be thoughs of the Intended Parents are result from the use of an egg and/or sperm donor. This embryo is typically transferred to the Surrogate through In vitro fertilization (IVF).
Traditional Surrogacy involves using the Eggs of the Surrogate along with the sperm of the Intended Father or a sperm donor. This process can be done through insemination during the Surrogate’s natural cycle or by means of an egg retrieval from the Surrogate Mother and then IVF.