People who have problems with infertility and who are not helped by treatment, women who due to medical or physiological problems cannot get pregnant and give birth to a child, same-sex couples and single people are those for whom surrogate motherhood is the only way to have their own child. So there are two types of surrogacy, traditional and gestational. In the traditional method, the egg cell of the surrogate mother is used and she is the biological mother of the child. Therefore, this method is psychologically difficult both for the surrogate mother, because she has to give up her own child, and for the intended mother, because she has to accept a man’s child from another woman. Therefore, this method is even illegal in some countries and is used all over the world. Gestational surrogacy is common today. With it, an embryo is created using the egg and sperm of the intended parents or donors, so it is possible to get a child with a genetic connection. This embryo is implanted in the uterus of the surrogate mother and she immediately understands that she is only carrying someone else’s child for others.