What are the reasons for surrogate motherhood?

Reasons for surrogate motherhood?

What are the reasons for surrogate motherhood?

  • Congenital absence of the uterus (Mayer-Rokitansky Syndrome)
  • Patients who have had hysterectomy at an early age for cancer or other reasons
  • Congenital anomalies of the uterus which prevent conception to occur
  • Uterine fibroids which make it impossible for a woman to carry a pregnancy to term
  • Heart or Liver disease which can threaten the woman’s life if she becomes pregnant
  • Women who have can get pregnant but have had repeated miscarriages or stillborn babies
  • Damaged endometrium which hinders implantation after repeated IVF attempts
  • Single men or a homosexual couple may want to have their child. Such cases might require a surrogate mother as there is not a female partner to carry the pregnancy. These patients will also need an oocyte or embryo donor.


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