Surrogacy Journey Of The Stars
These days, quite a few couples are choosing surrogacy as the best way to start their own families. With the emergence of in-vitro fertilization (IVF), gestational surrogacy has become a source of hope for parents going through the aches of infertility. Although surrogacy is a source of much political and social discussion, there’s no preventing these parents from going through with it. Ninety percent of them are happy with the outcomes. The other 10 percent had either not researched the approach or had questions about the surrogate they considered.
Surrogacy may not be the simplest procedure available, but those who are resolved to have their own children often choose it. Let’s take a look at some celebrities who have gone through surrogacy services and are content with the results.
In 2010, Chris Daughtry and wife Deanna had twins, Adalynn and Noah, through a surrogate. They opted for gestational surrogacy because Daughtry’s wife had a partial hysterectomy in 2006 and was unable to bear a child.
In 2011, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban went through a series of misfortunes while trying to have a second child. Kidman had an ectopic pregnancy, experienced miscarriages, and went through fertility treatments. Both Kidman and Urban wanted to have a second baby, so when everything else failed they saw hope in surrogacy. Now they have Faith Margaret and are happy with their decision.
These are just a few of the famous people who chose surrogacy as a means of having children of their own. In spite of the ongoing controversy over surrogacy on moral and legal grounds, there is no denying the fact that surrogacy has helped many parents find joy and happiness that money alone can’t buy.
Surrogacy opens a window of promise. It enables couples with fertility concerns to have children of their own. Same-sex partners, married in legal and binding laws, are now able to have a family. Women with severe medical problems and who are not able to get pregnant are given the chance to become mothers. Also, older women above the age of 42 can still have babies of their own.