Les femmes peuvent devenir mères avec l’utérus de quelqu’un d’autreDr Halil ibrahim Tekin
La maternité de substitution est relativement nouvelle en Turquie. Alors que partout dans le monde, ce sujet a été discuté et même établi des règles à ce sujet il y a 20 ans. Bien que cela soit interdit en Turquie, c’est toujours fait. Les mères porteuses parentales sont celles qui sont incapables de le faire. Dr Halil Ibrahim Tekin, parle about surrogacy,
What does surrogacy mean
Surrogacy is medically egg transportation. İt is the combination the egg of a woman and a man’s own sperm prepared in the laboratory, then transferred to the mother.bearing. Sexual intercourse is not required for surrogacy.
PSYCHOLOGY IS VERY IMPORTANT!
This practice is banned in Turkey. In which countries can it be done?
According to the legislation in Cyprus, it is not properly stated wherever it can be done or not. The Minister of Health is not very keen either. Therefore it is not carried out here in Cyprus. But this practice is released in Belgium, US, UK, Brazil and South Africa.
Does the infant carry characteristics features of the surrogate mother?
Baby only uses the oxygen and the nutrients provided by the surrogate mother. It is also said that the baby is influenced by some psychological trauma of the surrogate mother. Violence and sadness of around the mother also reflects the unborn child negatively. AIDS,hepatitis and rubella can be transmitted to baby. Therefore,the health of the surrogate mother must be very well controlled.
In medical terms, does the child belong to the surrogate or the mother who donated the egg?
According to the medical concept; baby should be given to the person who gave birth. The aim of the surrogate mother is to carry a baby for someone who does not have a womb. The only way to do this, is to use the womb of a another mother which had previously given birth to a healthy child. If an artificial womb can be created in the future, then surrogate mother will be out of the question.. Surrogate motherhood in general is viewed critically, but I think this application is great hope for those who, don’t have a womb, have cancer or tuberculosis at a young age.
SURROGACY WITHOUT A COST!
Is there a certain amount paid to surrogate mothers in those countries where its legal?
It is prohibited as a trade in some states of America. Louisiana, Washington and Kentucky ban if its a commercial matter, if not it is allowed. France, Greece, Denmark and Netherlands are also countries where its not allowed as a trade. Article 23 of the law regulating surrogacy in the UK, has stated that payment shouldn’t be made to surrogate women. This is called’ hostage fees “. Women are faced with extra costs during the time of their pregnancy. Their will be an increase in her appetite and will need to eat more food. She needs better nutrition. So to pay her for such expenses is considered normal.
Who can become a surrogate mother?
Women with a womb and has no health issues. We have seen many examples worldwide of mothers becoming a carrier for their own daughters.
In which cases do women apply for a surrogate mother?
If the uterus had tuberculosis, if their has been issues after an abortion or the uterus has been removed due to cancer.
Should the surrogate mother and the mother who owns the eggs, see each other during the pregnancy?
They don’t need to know each other. According to the publication that I read; it is much more healthy for them both not to be in contact.
Why do women choose a surrogate mother instead of adopting?
Women who wish to continue their lineage and produce good quality eggs, but only have a womb missing choose this method.It; It is their decision. If science allows this,then they can try this route. I would love to see surrogacy under control by the government. It is a health problem that should not be published.
How many patients have you accepted till this day who wish to become surrogate mothers?
Because it is illegal in Cyprus we direct these requests to Greece. Ultimately if people decided that this is what they want, it would not be right to condemn them. Instead, we prefer to give general information. Meanwhile in Turkey, their has been rumors about women who rent their womb to others. This issue has been discussed around the World for many years. Many countries has made legal arrangements associated with it, even placed new laws regarding this topic. Whereas in Turkey this subject this topic has been a recent problem. However, this seems to increase the number of women who are willing to go ahead. As this practice is not legal in Turkey,family’s are trying to sort this out abroad. Once the embryo is prepared outside the womb with the mothers egg and the fathers sperm it is then replaced into the surrogate mothers womb. The pregnancy continues to thrive for the next 9 months in the surrogate mothers womb, but the baby is never considered to belong to her because of the genetic features that has been passed from the mother who gave her eggs. If a DNA test is carried out on the baby in the future, then the outcome will reassure that the mother is the person who gave her eggs. Overseas, the surrogate mother will give up the baby as soon as its born. However, if they connect with the baby psychologically during pregnancy, serious problems may occur. If the event went to trial, only the laws stated by that country is considered. In most European countries, the mother which gives birth is entitled to keep the baby. Theres a few countries that will allow the genetic mother to keep the baby. While the Law, religion and science is discussing this ordeal, surrogacy is spreading in Turkey. The information listed below is about surrogacy rights and in which countries it is available.
In the past 30 years surrogacy has been discussed Worldwide and has new legislation’s regarding. Countries in the European union has decided a positive approach will be for the best. The first cases are known as ‘Cotton Baby “(Baby Cotton), and the second as ‘Baby M ‘. They appeared in 1986 in the United States. Family’s had made deals for a baby. This reflected to the courts, and the agreement made between the families was accepted. After this situation emerged, they realized that the law and legislation had to be changed. All countries stated their own laws. In these states of the US, New Jersey, Arizona and Michigan it is declined. Germany, Sweden, Norway and Italy banned surrogacy. In Australia only one of states does not accept it. In England it is allowed and the surrogate mother can be supported by the family.