Gestational surrogacy is an arrangement whereby a surrogate mother carries a pregnancy and gives birth to a child for another person or couple. With the gestational method, an embryo is created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) and uses eggs and sperm from the intended parents or donors. Then the created embryo is transferred to the uterus of the surrogate mother. So the gestational carrier has no genetic connection with the child. Gestational surrogacy is considered by women with problems with the uterus, when there have been repeated miscarriages or IVF failures, single men or same-sex couples. A gestational carrier is a woman between 21 and 40 years of age who has good physical and mental health, has had at least one successful birth and has a favorable environment for the process. Intended parents must also be healthy enough to undergo IVF procedures and have good psychological health. The gestational carrier usually receives compensation for his services, which is indicated in the surrogacy contract between the surrogate mother and the intended parents.