In a situation where you want to have a child, but cannot get pregnant and give birth for many reasons, the use of surrogate motherhood will help. Surrogacy is an agreement under which a surrogate mother agrees to carry and give birth to a child for others. This is due to the fact that a woman cannot do it on her own due to medical contraindications, when pregnancy and childbirth are dangerous or impossible at all. It is also an outlet for single people or same-sex couples. To start the surrogacy process, a surrogacy agency is usually chosen to match the surrogate mother according to the requirements. She must be between 21 and 40 years old, have good mental and physical health, and have at least one child of her own born without complications. So after the surrogate mother is approved, the agency will help sign all the legal documents necessary for the process. The creation of an embryo by the method of in vitro fertilization (IVF) using sperm and eggs of the intended parents takes place in laboratory conditions. This embryo is transferred to the uterus of the gestational carrier. In this way, the surrogate mother has no genetic connection to the child, and when receiving the birth certificate, the intended parents will be the official parents of the child.