The use of rent bellies as a reproductive technique raises doubts related to the ethnicity of the technique but also what exactly it is.
Don’t worry: we’ll explain all the details.
It is undeniable that the technique of assisted reproduction of surrogate pregnancy, commonly known as a rental belly, is used by many couples and single parents throughout around the globe.
But it presents a multitude of doubts that we do not always find resolved and to which we will try give solution throughout this article.
What is rent belly
This reproductive technique is based on the voluntary cession, on the part of a woman, of her pregnant capacity to carry out the pregnancy of the son of a couple or single man.
In general, couples who want to start this process are people who have exhausted all the medical avenues for the achievement of a pregnancy and have resulted, either due to health or fertility problems, unable to achieve the desired pregnancy.
It also happens that homosexual couples of single men and men who want to be parents resort to this technique of assisted reproduction.
To be able to carry out the surrogacy, the involvement of three people is required: a sperm donor, an egg donor and a surrogate mother.
Depending on the genetic relationship of the pregnant mother and baby, the experts differentiate two types of surrogate motherhood:
1) Traditional or partial surrogacy: it consists of the gestational mother providing her egg but the sperm comes from the father requesting subrogation or from a donor.
2) Gestational or full surrogate motherhood: the pregnant woman provides the gestational capacity of her uterus but has no genetic linkage with the fetus since the gametes come from other people than herself.
There are also two different classifications based on the motivation of the woman who will complete the pregnancy:
1) Altruistic subrogation: without economic motivation but that must include compensation based on medical expenses derived from pregnancy and others.
2) Commercial subrogation: in this case there is an economic base that motivates its execution.
The difference between both is marked by the economic compensation that the mother carrier will receive.
A surrogate mother is a woman who accepts, through an agreement, to become pregnant with the aim of giving birth and giving birth to a child who will be raised by a couple or single person as their own child.
You can contact them through surrogate agencies