Let’s consider how the processes of gestational surrogate motherhood take place. Gestational surrogacy is an agreement under which a surrogate mother carries and gives birth to a child for the intended parents. A surrogate mother who carries a child is also called a gestational carrier. Intended parents are people expecting a child through surrogacy. During gestational surrogacy, an embryo created by the method of in vitro fertilization (IVF) is implanted in the uterus of the surrogate mother. This embryo is made using the egg and sperm of the intended parents or donors as needed. In vitro fertilization (IVF) takes place in laboratory conditions, then the obtained embryos can be frozen or transferred to the uterus of a surrogate mother prepared with medicines. The best way to go through the surrogacy process without unnecessary problems and stress is to contact a surrogacy agency. There, professionals will help to understand all the intricacies of the complex process. They will select a suitable surrogate mother and intended parents, coordinate the entire process at its stages, help with the drafting of legal agreements and with the passage of all medical manipulations.