For some couples trying to have a child but experiencing issues with infertility, one option they may consider is adoption. You can adopt a child that was born of another mother, but there is another type of adoption you may want to consider: embryoadoption.
What is Embryoadoption?
Embryoadoption is a procedure in which the prospective mother adopts an embryo that came from a donated egg and donated sperm. Using IVF procedures to fertilize an egg, the fertilized egg is then retrieved from the surrogate mother. This embryo is then placed inside the womb of the prospective mother and carried to term. In this way the mother not only experiences the joy of child rearing, but she also gets to experience the emotional bond of childbearing as well.
What are the benefits of Embryoadoption?
One upside to embryoadoption is that it is more cost effective than IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) with additional ivf meds because existing embryos are used. The adoptive parents (especially the mother) of the embryo get to experience pregnancy, child birth, and breast feeding, which are missed experiences when adopting a child. These factors create a bond that can only be formed by a mother carrying her child inside her womb.
An upside to embryoadoption is you can choose a gene pool without a predisposition to a family condition or you can have a child that came from donors who may have artistic or musical abilities that you don’t display. You may even have the option of determining their hair and eye color to match your own.
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