Is surrogacy better than adoption?


#22

You are right dear as it’s a very sensitive issue. So one should make an optimal decision. I think surrogacy is best among all treatments. Because most of the people are not ready to accept someone’s else child. In adoption, legal documentation for the case is required. While In surrogacy, the child ultimately belongs to IPs genetically. I also have a baby through surrogacy treatment. So I will recommend to every aspirant that they should go for this treatment. I am so lucky that I made a wise decision in time. I have faced infertility for a very long time. Surrogacy has proven to be beneficial for us. I went to a prominent clinic located in Europe. They provided us a sound surrogate mother. Finally, she delivered a healthy child after a long wait. Baby dust to all the aspirants!


#23

This is a very general question a couple has in mind when they’re planning to have a baby by other means. Every person has their own view. And has their own way of defending their view. I’m sure a lot of people here also would have conflicting opinions. Well, I believe that surrogacy is definitely better than adoption. In surrogacy, the baby is genetically yours unlike adoption. On the other hand, adopting a child is a very generous thing to do. You own a helpless child. This actually makes you feel good about yourself and your decision. A lot of people say that adoption is better for them as they don’t have the money for a fancy procedure. As everyone can’t afford surrogacy. For me, a baby genetically mine is better than a baby who belongs to whom, I don’t know. I respect everyone’s opinion full heartedly. I hope people make a wise decision. Peace!


#24

Hi. I hope you do good. Well, we can appreciate both the options. By, adoption we can give shelter to a homeless child. And, by surrogacy we can have a baby that is genetically linked to us. Both of them can be a great blessing to the infertile couples. I am glad that much awareness is brought to masses about surrogacy. People are going for it. Since, you can have your own baby this way, people are appreciating it a great deal. I am infertile myself. I have gone for surrogacy too. My husband always wanted to have his own baby. He did not appreciate the idea of adoption. It was a wonderful experience. However, it totally depends on the individual to select their choice.


#25

Surrogacy is a really a gift. I hear from many infertile couples there stories of successful surrogacy journey. I feel happy when people met their dream they are unable to have by themselves. Surrogacy will also make my dream true of having a baby. I have been TTC from last 10 years. There is no specific reason behind my infertility, Doctors can’t tell any reason behind my infertility, I am tired of TTC now as i already know there isn’t miracle going to happen. My husband friend has decided that we should go for surrogacy. we live in Bulgaria here surrogacy is not allowed. So we have decided to go to another state for this. My husband says Ukraine is very popular in regard of surrogacy. Hopefully we should be moving to Ukraine for our surrogacy.
If anyone knows a good clinic from Ukraine about surrogacy than let us know.


#26

Hey there. I hope you are doing fine. Surrogacy is not better than adoption. However it better for the people who want their own child. Each of them is for different people. I wish everyone good luck. take care.


#27

Hey! Hope so you are doing well.
I think it’s a quite great things because such methods help people to resolve fertility issues and to make their life happy. It is the need of every couple who is facing infertility. No one can feel their grief. I have seen many cases who was suffering from infertility. I know how such methods help them to make their life colourful. I really appreciate it.


#28

Hi there! how are you doing? I hope you are doing fine. I think it is the choice of the couple. Whats best for them. Both methods are great. Go for anyone of them. Just depends on personal preference.


#29

Hello! I hope you are doing fine. Well, my opinion is that surrogacy is slightly better than adoption. Because every lady wants their child by their own, In surrogacy there is a biological relationship with your surrogate child. So surrogacy is just like have children naturally. I had blessed with twins through surrogacy. Thanks for asking here. Take care. Best wishes


#30

According to me it is. I’m sharing my journey of Surrogacy with you.
I’m basically from Japan we are settled in Japan from past few years.We are happily married.I’m totally infertile now as i had hysterectomy cancer and as i result i am infertile now. But my husband was there with me every time. Than we searched about surrogacy and found it best solution for us.
As Japan has banned surrogacy so we moved to Europe to find our dream come true.Than we moved to Ukraine as we heard there are many good clinics regarding surrogacy in Ukraine.In Ukraine we found a clinic and consulted them.They helped us to find a good surrogate mom.Now she is pregnant with our twin daughters.We are very excited about having two daughters.We are so thankful to the clinic.The surrogates mom are kind they let us have our dream come true.
Share your stories too


#31

Hi there! how are you doing? I hope you are doing fine. I think it is the choice of the couple. Whats best for them. Both methods are great. Go for anyone of them. Just depends on personal preference.


#32

A bouncing baby boy or giggling toddler girl can bring love and life to a household. For childless couples hoping to have a family, adoption or surrogacy can be their best options. The process of starting a family this way can be immensely rewarding, but there are also many challenges. It is best to prepare yourself for a long waiting period, as well as for the costs that each option entails. Make an honest evaluation of your family’s needs. A desire for a genetic link isn’t the only reason more parents are choosing surrogacy. The increase in demand can also be attributed to the desire prospective parents have to monitor the child’s prenatal care and medical history. Another factor to consider regarding surrogacy is the cost. It may vary greatly. Depending on the component parts needed and the amount of time and medical attention needed to achieve a pregnancy. Costs may range from $40k to $140k. In fact, many parents choose adoption precisely so that they might provide a better family life not only for themselves, but also for the adopted child whose need, after all, is apparent. But in the end I agree this is purely the personal choice.


#33

Now that depends with you. I have surrogacy in Bio tex clinic and I can say that was the best fertility treatment to you. But then everyone has different opinions. The advantages of surrogacy for intended parents may differ based on different situations, so it’s best that all intended parents speak in detail about their decision with a surrogacy specialist to decide whether this process is right for them. Some surrogacy agencies may be more lenient than adoption agencies on certain intended parent restrictions like age. While IVF treatments and adoptions can leave intended parents feeling helpless over their own parenthood journey, surrogacy gives them the ability to be involved from the first step of the process.All surrogates are thoroughly screened to make sure their previous pregnancies were problem-free and their medical history will not impede their ability to be a surrogate. Therefore, there’s a higher chance that an embryo transfer will be successful in surrogacy than in IVF treatments.


#34

Both options are great. One makes this personal choice I guess mainly on the basis of genetic relation. You can keep both with surrogacy, or have it one sided, but at least you can preserve half of genes. With adoption it’s out of the question. And adoption is not always easier and faster process than surrogacy. In some countries it may cost almost the same sums as surrogacy. Moreover a couple may wait for years before taking the kid home. A couple may put in years to get the right to parent a kid which cannot be the pro of the process. Another question is the emotional side. I could never dare to say ‘‘why not to adopt?’’ to people struggling. But personally read this phrase not once from people trying to ‘‘support’’. This is everybody’s personal choice no one can judge. Or give this piece of advice. This post made me cry for hours some time ago…A woman was writing her dh had cancer. So they wonted to do everything to save his genes in their baby…So this is their right and their main purpose, so why one should say ‘‘Adopt simply!’’ Gosh, sometimes people can hurt so much…