There Are Many Reasons That a Couple May Need a Surrogate Mother
There are various medical ailments that prevent couples from getting pregnant. The father may have problems with the viability of his sperm. The sperm may not get to the egg fast enough, dying before it can fertilize the egg.
The intended father may also carry genetic characteristics he does not want to pass to his child. In this case the couple would choose not use the husband’s sperm when attempting to conceive. Thus, the couple would not need a surrogate mother and may instead seek artificial insemination of the wife.
Intended mothers can have a huge variety of health issues that make pregnancy impossible or undesirable. For example, some women have a womb that will not support a fetus and may miscarry many times.
There are also women that have other biological problems that affect their ability to reproduce. Women can have cysts on their ovaries which make it impossible to release eggs when they should. There are also women that have only one ovary and have not been successful in achieving pregnancy. The reproductive system is complex and can cause various ailments which make pregnancy impossible.
Some women may turn to surrogate mothers because of severe health issues affecting fertility. While the woman may be healthy enough to be an effective mother, her body may be unable to survive pregnancy. There are, for instance, some women that choose to use a surrogate mother because they have heart problems which may cause the mother to be un