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Legal regulation of surrogacy in the world:      Legal the gainful and altruistic forms      No legal regulation but is made      Legal only altruistically      Allowed between relatives up to second degree of consanguinity      Banned      Unregulated / uncertain situation

Surrogacy means getting pregnant and carrying a child for another group of parents or for other women if they're unable to have children through their own pregnancy. The carrier of the children is called a surrogate mother.