4 Common Questions Intended Parents Might Have About Surrogacy and Surrogate Moms
Are you an individual or couple unable to have children of your own? Are you looking into being intended parents but are overwhelmed by the process? Do you have some questions you’re struggling to find the answer to? If so, let’s go over how you can navigate through your surrogacy journey. Surrogacy can be a great option for those looking to grow their families. By working with an agency, you can have your questions about surrogacy and surrogate mothers answered! You must gather as much information as possible so you are best prepared as an intended parent. With Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, we recognize that the surrogacy process can be overwhelming. But we provide intended parents and surrogate mothers with the support they deserve. Here are some questions intended parents might have about the Colorado surrogacy agency.
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a surrogate, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado.
- What Does the Surrogacy Process Look Like in Colorado?
For intended parents, the surrogacy process starts with getting in contact with our professional team. After that, you will start the matching process to find your surrogate mother. After you find your match, you and your surrogate mother will go through health screenings to ensure everyone’s safety. Our agency will help provide you with these screenings as well. Finally, after your screenings, your surrogate mother will carry your child to term.
Throughout the whole process, you will have access to reliable resources and professionals to ensure a smooth journey. We want to make sure your experience is connective and fulfilling. By working with our agency, you can alleviate the stresses that can come with surrogacy. This way, you can focus on connecting with your surrogate mother and preparing for your child.
- Who are the Intended Parents Who Work with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado?
Our agency is happy to help any couple or individual grow their family. We help interracial, same-sex, heterosexual couples and individuals have the family they are hoping for. Whatever may be the reason why you are unable to have children on your own, our agency is ready to offer you the help and resources you deserve. We believe everyone deserves the chance to grow the family they are hoping for. We also believe that the surrogacy process should be as low stress as possible, which is why we accept anyone looking to share their kindness and love with their future child.
- Who are the Women Who Choose to be Surrogate Mothers?
The women who choose to be Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado surrogates are selfless, kind women who see someone struggling and only wish to help. These women have had previous successful pregnancies and are driven to connect with someone who is trying to grow their family. Our agency provides health screenings, and background checks for our surrogate mothers—this way, the surrogate mother’s well-being is taken as a top priority.
A surrogate mother is also someone who hopes to be part of a milestone. She has seen her own pregnancy as enjoyable and wishes to share those joys with couples or individuals who wish the same. She wants to work through an agency that can support her and her and her intended parents on their journey.
- What is Gestational Surrogacy?
Gestational surrogacy might be a term you see pop up frequently in your research. Our Colorado surrogacy agency provides gestational surrogacy because we find it to be the safest procedure. In-vitro fertilization is when the egg of the intended mother is fertilized in a lab by the sperm of the intended father. The surrogate mother then carries the egg to term. Through IVF, the surrogate mother is not genetically linked to the baby. This way, the intended parents can still be linked to their child. If for any reason, the intended mother or father cannot provide their egg or sperm, our agency will help find a donor. The child will still be linked to you because the surrogate mother is still not biologically linked to the child.
What are the Questions Intended Parents Might Have about the Colorado Surrogacy Process?
As intended parents, you are hoping that your journey to growing your family goes smoothly. You ensure this working with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado. We can provide you with reliable resources and a team of professionals eager to help you.
Now that you have some of your questions answered, are you ready to take on the next steps? How can you best prepare for your surrogacy journey?
If you are interested in learning more about your gestational surrogacy options, contact Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.
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