Assisted reproduction involving gestational surrogacy: an analysis of the medical, psychosocial and legal issues: experience from a large surrogacy program.

@article{Dar2015AssistedRI,
  title={Assisted reproduction involving gestational surrogacy: an analysis of the medical, psychosocial and legal issues: experience from a large surrogacy program.},
  author={Shir Dar and Tal Lazer and Sonja Swanson and Jan E Silverman and Cindy Wasser and Sergey I. Moskovtsev and Agata Sojecki and Clifford L. Librach},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={345-52}
}
STUDY QUESTION What are the medical, psychosocial and legal aspects of gestational surrogacy (GS), including pregnancy outcomes and complications, in a large series? SUMMARY ANSWER Meticulous multidisciplinary teamwork, involving medical, legal and psychosocial input for both the intended parent(s) (IP) and the gestational carrier (GC), is critical to achieve a successful GS program. WHAT IS KNOWN ALREADY Small case series have described pregnancy rates of 17-50% for GS. There are no large… CONTINUE READING