Surrogacy Law in Russia is legitimated for both Married couples and single parents. During the Surrogacy procedure of married couple, the female partner provides her egg through IVF steps and these eggs are then combined with the male partner’s sperms resultant the creation of embryos. The healthiest embryo is picked and transferred into the surrogate’s uterus to carry the pregnancy for the intended couple.
The surrogate mother in Russia is also known as Gestational Surrogate- the one who carries the baby for intended couple and after the completion of 9 months of successful pregnancy days, she submits the baby to the couple.
In the case of single father, the intended father to undergo Surrogacy in Russia is required to use an egg donor first for the surrogacy procedure. The eggs are first stimulated by fertility medication and hormonal injections then each egg is obtained with the assistance of a hollow needle by the specialists of Surrogacy Clinic in Russia. Once the embryos are created, the embryo is then placed into the gestational surrogate’s uterus in the hope of implantation. The intended father has to file the acknowledgment of carrying the paternity at the local department of vital records (ZAGS) before or after the delivery of the baby.