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Hey there, how are you all? I hope you all are doing great. I am new here and looking for a advice. I am confused between surrogacy and adoption. I have a few questions to ask. What is the difference between them? If surrogacy is a safe procedure then why it is considered as a banned practice in some countries?
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Hello! How are you? I am sorry to learn about your barrenness. This is extremely a revile. In any case, you ought not take strain. In the event that you are getting some information about selection or surrogacy. I would profoundly prescribe you surrogacy. By along these lines you would have organic association with your infant, which is the best thing. Go and discover great centers of surrogacy. Good fortunes!
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Well, surrogacy and adoption are hell different. Through surrogacy, you can have a biological link with the baby. While in adoption you adopt someone else's DNA. So they are not alike in any way. In surrogacy, you are just renting a womb to carry your child. Surrogacy is banned in a few countries because they label it as unethical. That's a long debate. If you intend to go for surrogacy then do visit a clinic. They will explain you better the entire process. Surrogacy is of two types, namely traditional and gestational. Both differ in the way the child will have intended parents DNA. A clinic can surely guide you better in detail. I also had a lot of confusions and queries before visiting this clinic in Ukraine. They gave me satisfactory answers to all my concerns and queries. I have now signed my contract and am waiting to finalize surrogate to start my journey. Hope you' find your way soon.
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Hey, I hope you are well. This is something that a lot of people are confused about. I will help you in answering your questions. However, in the end, it is all up to you. The difference between surrogacy and adoption is that in surrogacy the child is biologically yours. Also, the baby is born and given to you directly from the beginning. Therefore this way you get to see all his/her stages. However, in adoption that might not be the case. It is unfortunate that surrogacy is illegal in certain countries. I went for this process and was able to win the 10 year battle of infertility. The process gave me a new life. I hope I was able to somewhat help you. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way. Do tell us about your decision.
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Unlike adoption, intended parents can have a biological link with child through surrogacy. In fact, this is the reason that I have chosen to go for surrogacy. I always wanted to have a biological child. Surrogacy is my safe haven to materialize my dream. I know the concept is a bit confusing. You can visit Biotexcom clinics' event to know about surrogacy in detail and clear your confusion. They will discuss other infertility treatments too in this event and will also give a chance to sign a treatment contract. Their head of English Department, Anastasia will also be there to guide you about the best possible treatment.
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Yes, it is banned in some countries. Only a few countries allow practicing surrogacy in their state.I was married earlier and getting pregnant was not an easy task for me.I had a number of complications while getting pregnant. I conceived for three times but always resulted in a miscarriage. Surrogacy is the best solution for the women who don't have any luck with babies. My husband wants a baby from me and i told him everything regarding my pregnancy complications. So I started looking for some method to have a baby for us. There is the best clinic regarding surrogacy. They cleared my confusions regarding surrogacy. They satisfied me and they told us they will find a surrogate for my baby. They have a number of surrogates from their clinic as well. A surrogate goes through proper testing to become a surrogate.
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Yes, it is banned in some countries. Only a few countries allow practicing surrogacy in their state.I was married earlier and getting pregnant was not an easy task for me.I had a number of complications while getting pregnant. I conceived for three times but always resulted in a miscarriage. Surrogacy is the best solution for the women who don't have any luck with babies. My husband wants a baby from me and i told him everything regarding my pregnancy complications. So I started looking for some method to have a baby for us. There is the best clinic regarding surrogacy. They cleared my confusions regarding surrogacy. They satisfied me and they told us they will find a surrogate for my baby. They have a number of surrogates from their clinic as well. A surrogate goes through proper testing to become a surrogate.
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Yes, it is banned in some countries. Only a few countries allow practicing surrogacy in their state.I was married earlier and getting pregnant was not an easy task for me.I had a number of complications while getting pregnant. I conceived for three times but always resulted in a miscarriage. Surrogacy is the best solution for the women who don't have any luck with babies. My husband wants a baby from me and i told him everything regarding my pregnancy complications. So I started looking for some method to have a baby for us. There is the best clinic regarding surrogacy. They cleared my confusions regarding surrogacy. They satisfied me and they told us they will find a surrogate for my baby. They have a number of surrogates from their clinic as well. A surrogate goes through proper testing to become a surrogate.
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Hey there, how are you? I hope you are doing fine. I am really sorry about what you have been through. Life is made up of hurdles. Infertility is a common disease among couples. IVF and IUI are the common treatments. We are living in 2018 and completing a family is not an issue. There are two options for infertile couples, adoption, and the surrogacy. I wouldn't suggest you go for adoption. Surrogacy is one of the best option available to you. It is much better than adoption. We had our first surrogacy last week. We are now waiting for the results. Thanks and I hope this would help you.
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It is considered to be a banned practice due to some of the misconceptions that people made themselves. There is no sign of reality in them. You don't have to think about that. What's important to you is that it's costly. You can overcome the issue by the packages that different places offer to you. It's your decision. My advice is to go for adoption. I prefer that.
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Hi there, how are you doing? I also have this confusion. what surrogacy is banned? The process is really helpful for IPs. I don't understand why people are against it. I am infertile. We chose surrogacy over adoption. The reason why we chose surrogacy is that child belonged to us biologically. We were also confused about the treatment. But a clinic made our confusion clear. The clinic was from Ukraine. We heard about this clinic form a forum. They warmly welcomed us in-spite of visiting without an appointment. They gave us a clinic tour and answered all our queries. We signed the contract. Last year our surrogate gave birth to a healthy baby. We are thankful to them for making our dream come true.
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There is a lot of difference between them. Adoption is a simple process of taking someone else's child and take care of that kid for the rest of your life. Surrogacy is entirely different. The reason for its ban in several countries is just a misunderstanding. Some places created this hype, and everything became disastrous. Don't worry about it. Just go for whatever you want. Both are good.
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Hello Libelula264, you should consult the doctor. She will cure you if there is any problem. Because problems can be cured if it checked in the start. I will pray for you that your pregnancy goes well. And also welcome back to the forum. I am also new to this forum. So I don’t know much about you.
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I ask the same question. It should not be banned. Why is it illegal? I understood the process. It makes no sense to make it illegal to me. The one reason I could only think of is that may be because of overpopulated babies in those countries. Are they controlling like this? This is not fair! That only makes it worse for infertile couples more depress. I hope they are able to move to another country so that they can also avail of this chance. Surrogacy is a great procedure. I am totally in favor of it. Some countries have made it expensive. Leaving it for the rich only. What shall poor do then? The government is so heartless!
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Surrogacy is banned because of religious issues in some countries. It has nothing to do with safety. Also, in some places, people think it is just unethical. However, that is a personal opinion. I think it is nothing wrong to get a surrogate. The surrogate will be taken care of properly. Plus she signs up for this voluntarily. No one forces her. You can go for surrogacy if you want a baby ASAP. Adoption takes time. I am also going for surrogacy. I just got my contract signed in Europe. They will soon match a surrogate. Let me know what you decide. Also pray for me as well.
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Don't be confused, dear. Surrogacy will be the best option for you. There is a good clinic in Europe. You must visit them. They have a very high success rate in surrogacy. Their services are less expensive. Till then wish you best of luck for that
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There is basically only one difference between the two. Adopting a strange baby versus having a genetically yours baby via surrogacy. And for some, the financial aspect matters too. It depends on your selflessness and capacity to love. I can advise you to attend the session arranged by this super awesome clinic in a few days and there you will get the real insight into how everything works. The team is great at allaying your fears and answering your queries and you should try them out.
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Well, surrogacy and adoption are hell different. Through surrogacy, you can have a biological link with the baby. While in adoption you adopt someone else's DNA. So they are not alike in any way. In surrogacy, you are just renting a womb to carry your child. Surrogacy is banned in a few countries because they label it as unethical. That's a long debate. If you intend to go for surrogacy then do visit a clinic. They will explain you better the entire process. Surrogacy is of two types, namely traditional and gestational. Both differ in the way the child will have intended parents DNA. A clinic can surely guide you better in detail. I also had a lot of confusions and queries before visiting this clinic starts with a letter (B). They gave me satisfactory answers to all my concerns and queries. I have now signed my contract and am waiting to finalize surrogate to start my journey. Hope you' find your way soon.
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There is a huge difference both of them. Surrogacy is a process through which the child that is born is genetically yours. However, through adoption, that is not the case. Also, in surrogacy intended parents get to experience the whole surrogate mother's journey. They can see the baby while the ultrasound is being done. Also, the baby from the very start is handed to you. In adoption, it may vary. I hope I was able to clear out the confusion.
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Hey, I hope you are well. Honestly speaking it all depends on your personal choice. Only if you are a candidate for surrogacy. If not then adoption is the option to go for. Therefore, my advice to you would be to take the first step. Visit a good doctor. Let them know about your situation. Make sure they fully understand. They should be operating at a high success rate. The doctors should also be experienced. These things will help you eventually. There is nothing to be worried about. Learn more about both the procedures. Research online!
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The major difference between both of them is that surrogacy enables you to be linked with your child genetically. Whereas, in adoption, that is not the case. Surrogacy requires your eggs or the donors depending on the type of surrogacy you opt for. The whole IVF process of formation takes place then. After which the embryo is inserted into a surrogate mothers uterus. Whereas, adoption is completely different. You have to visit the adoption center. From where you can decide which child you want to name as your own. Honestly, speaking both the treatments are great. It really depends on your personal choice which one you want to opt for. Good luck to you. Sending baby dust your way. I hope you the best. For surrogacy make sure to visit the right doctor. If you need help with that let me know.
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Hey, Sarah. How are you doing? I hope you're okay. I'm glad you decided to talk about this, today. I have a bit of experience regarding your situation. My sister opted for surrogacy a couple of years ago. She has a year old son. I've been helped by IVF in my conceiving journey. I have a six months old daughter. We've had tough journeys. However, we've been there for each other. That has helped us greatly. Your question is quite interesting. I do think it's better if you consult your doctors. Or maybe go to a fertility clinic. They could definitely help you in a better way!

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