6587_10201478141378912_598611745_nSurrogacy is when a woman carries a baby for a couple who are unable to conceive or carry a child themselves.

Women with cystic fibrosis may choose to have a baby through surrogacy if pregnancy would be a serious risk to their health or they have experienced repeated failure of IVF treatment.

The laws regarding surrogacy arrangements differ between countries and in the USA they may differ between individual states. In this section you can find out more information about surrogacy where you live, read about the surrogacy experiences of other women with cystic fibrosis and find links to further information.

An Introduction to Surrogacy in the UK