Everyone knows Islam is the most strict, conservative and traditional religion. And because of the rapid development of medical technology, there are a lot of bioethical and religious questions about various procedures, methods of treatment, and so on.
The most controversial topics for talking and debate all over the globe is surrogacy. Surrogacy has been banned by the Bioethics Act since 1994 in France. The Majority supports the legalization of this meth of treatment for both heterosexual and homosexual couples.
The surrogacy is prohibited by law in Germany. In 1991, the Embryo Protection Act was passed, which severely restricts German reproductive medicine. The law prohibits any medical procedures on the territory of Germany, which entail illegal actions with the nascent human life.
In the Hellenic Republic, surrogacy became legal in 2002 and it is regulated by the Greek Civil Code and the Assisted Reproduction Law. In 2014 foreigners also obtained the right to use surrogacy in Athens and other cities of Greece.
Surrogacy in Austria is prohibited by the Federal law "on reproductive medicine". The country's government makes advances to infertile couples and pays for the first 6 IVF attempts. Childless couples often have to go abroad to solve the problem of infertility. For these purposes, Austrians often choose Ukraine. Surrogacy is prohibited in Austria, so infertile couples go to treat infertility in Ukraine.
Depending on how the fertilization procedure will take place, there are 2 types of surrogacy - gestational and traditional.
Will the child have the genes of a surrogate mother? This question is of interest to many married couples who are planning to take part in the surrogacy program. In order to understand this issue, you need to realize how gene transfer occurs during common physiological fertilization.
Surrogacy is legalized in Russia, but couples can face the number of difficulties after the birth of a child. The legislation doesn't fully reflect the features and procedure for regulating the field of reproductive medicine, where there are many gaps and shortcomings.
Surrogacy is allowed in Brazil, but there is one interesting point. The surrogate mother must have family ties with one of the potential parents of the child.