Surrogate Mother

Surrogacy is a medical process in which a woman, also called a surrogate mother, agrees to bear a child for another person who will become the child’s parents after birth.  The inability to conceive a baby the traditional way forces couples to use assisted reproductive technologies such as pre-implantation diagnostics, leihmutterschaft, and human genomics. In this case, another woman carries a child and gives birth to a couple.

Reasons for Surrogacy:

Surrogacy is used to treat female and even male infertility in most cases. But it also occurs as a result of a social phenomenon. The following life circumstances force people to turn to a surrogate mother for help:

  • Male infertility problems (congenital abnormalities of the reproductive organs)
  • Loss of the uterus due to accidents, tragic cases, operations, or septic processes
  • Abnormalities of the female reproductive organs like ovaries, fallopian tubes, etc.
  • Any endometrial defects, abortion, curettage, and other surgical interventions can be the reason.
  • Oncological diseases
  • Endocrine disorders (stress, infections, congenital abnormalities)
  • Numerous unsuccessful IVF attempts (more than four times)
  • Immunological incompatibility (when the woman’s immune system rejects the man’s sperm and kills it)
  • Age
  • Work-intensive schedule and when one does not want to retire from active life
  • When a woman does not want to ruin her figure with pregnancy and childbirth (models, actresses, public figures, etc.)

Countries in which Surrogacy is Prohibited:

Some society’s attitude towards Surrogacy is ambiguous. Some people believe that this is an immoral act of turning a child into a product and taking advantage of the female body. Others – that this is the only way for childless people to have a genetic baby. We wrote about this problem in our other article.

Surrogacy is strictly prohibited by law in Muslim countries – Pakistan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and China.It is also prohibited by law in countries like Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Norway, and Austria.Some states of America – Arizona, New Jersey, Michigan – also prohibit Surrogacy.

Countries in which Surrogacy is allowed:

Surrogacy is legally allowed in many countries. Some jurisdictions allow the use of surrogacy services. Still, on an altruistic basis – these are the Australian state of Victoria, Portugal, Canada, the United Kingdom, the US states of New Hampshire, Virginia.

It is known that leihmutterschaft in Europe has been taking place, but in some European countries such as Belgium, Spain, Greece, and the Czech Republic, there are no clearly defined legislative acts on Surrogacy.

This means that future parents do not receive any legal guarantees – a surrogate mother can take the newborn for herself and not get anything even though you paid for the procedures.

Best Countries for Surrogacy:

Surrogacy is fully legalized in countries like Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, and many US states. Along with American countries’ services, Canada has several Surrogacy restrictions, and it is very expensive in the US. Not every childless couple can afford such a luxury. Also, in the European continent, it is only possible to use a surrogate mother’s services in Greece and the Czech Republic, and even with restrictions.

Tschechien leihmutterschaft is allowed in the Czech Republic but not regulated by laws. Russia is another loyal country to surrogate motherhood.


Surrogacy is the medical procedure of having a baby. Those couples who are unable to have a child can use this medical advancement. Surrogacy is prohibited in many Islamic countries. It is allowed in countries like Ukraine, American states, and some European states. The leihmutter Ukraine is the best option to have a child by Surrogacy. One reason is that Ukraine was the first country to allow Surrogacy legally.