There are many reasons why married couples cannot have children. In most cases, this problem is caused by infertility of one of the potential parents. When stating such a terrible diagnosis, not all couples are still together. Some seek to fight to the end, taking important decisions, and surrogate motherhood is no exception. There are several important rules:
-The agreement on procedure should be from both spouses; they have the full right to get acquainted with the results of the surrogate mother's examination;
-Potential surrogate mother must undergo all the examinations prescribed by the doctor and take the appropriate tests; A contract is compulsorily drawn up, which specifies the rights and obligations of the parties.
Taking such an important decision, many are interested in the question, is the genetics of the surrogate mother being transferred to the child? The answer is given by scientists who conducted a number of studies.
Leading scientists argue that the genetics of the surrogate mother is passed on to the fetus, regardless of who will use the egg for conception.
The specialists performed a variety of clinical and laboratory tests. Based on the results of which it became clear that the RNA molecule, which is formed in the womb of a woman who is pregnant, has the property of changing the hereditary data that was originally laid.
It should be noted that in the implantation of a fertilized egg cell, six RNA molecules of the surrogate mother are inside the upper endometrial tissue. These 6 molecules of 27 later enter the liquid of the mucous membrane of the surrogate uterus.
Thus, the mother's organism is reinsured by controlling the development of the fetus. In this process, the expression of genes changes. When the question"is the genetics of the surrogate mother being transferred to the child?" One can give a direct answer only the mother's body that is nurturing the child will decide which genes will remain and which ones will be eliminated.
Previously, it was believed that the surrogate mother was like an incubator for bearing a child, and this was an erroneous opinion. For many countries, where such a procedure is permitted by law, this approval of doctors poses many ethical questions for society.
Foreign specialists and scientists consider this discovery to be a real breakthrough in the field of medicine and science.