Surrogacy is becoming more and more common all over the world, so it is necessary to weed out false statements and gain an understanding of what is really happening. Any woman can become a surrogate mother, this is not true, as there are requirements for surrogate mothers. These are age restrictions, positive experience of bearing and giving birth to your own child, good mental and physical condition. Another false statement is that the surrogate mother has the right to keep the child. This is not possible because there are mandatory legal agreements that are signed before the start of the program and they clearly define that the intended parents are the legal parents of the child. The next misconception is that the child can have DNA from the surrogate mother. This is not possible because the egg and sperm of the intended parents are used to create the embryo, which is transferred to the uterus of the gestational carrier. In addition, the blood supply of the child occurs through its own blood and has no connection with the blood of the surrogate mother. So the child does not have any physical or mental characteristics from the surrogate mother.