Infertility is a reproductive pathology that occurs in both male and female bodies and leads to the inability of a couple to conceive a child.
For some couples, the use of germ cells or embryos obtained from donors is the only chance to become parents.
Surrogate motherhood is a method of treating infertility, in which the surrogate mother agrees to endure a genetically alien child for her whose biological parents take him after birth.
The health of her future children depends on the health of the woman. The Center For the Birth provides professional gynecology services in Auckland.