Gestational Carrier

A Gestational Carrier is a woman who agrees to have a couple’s fertilized egg (embryo) implanted in her uterus. The gestational carrier carries the pregnancy for the couple, who usually has to adopt the child.The carrier does not provide the egg and is therefore not biologically (genetically) related to the child.

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