5 Common Questions a Colorado Surrogate Mom Might have about Surrogacy

Are you looking to become a surrogate mother? Are you trying to find a way to help others in a connective way? Are you starting to do some research on surrogacy and have some questions you need answering? Then let’s take a moment to talk about the surrogacy journey.

Becoming a surrogate mother is a selfless act of kindness. You deserve to have reliable answers to the questions you might have about the surrogacy process. Also, by keeping informed, you are ensuring your safety and well-being.   

With Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, you have access to a team of professionals eager to help you on your journey. We recognize that the process can seem overwhelming, which is why we work to help relieve your stress. 

Who are the Women Who Want to be Surrogates?

As you look into the requirements of becoming a surrogate mother, you might be wondering how your values and personality line up with the women who choose to be surrogates. With our agency, she is a selfless, kind, and caring person who feels driven to help someone in need. She is someone who has had a previous successful pregnancy and has found her pregnancy overall enjoyable. She is someone of sound mind and body who can take on the responsibility of being a surrogate; however, she does not have to take on this process alone. With a healthy support system at home and the use of a surrogacy agency, a surrogate mother can prepare herself for her journey. If you relate to these qualities, then the surrogacy path might be an excellent way for you to help others.

What is the Colorado Surrogacy Process?

You might be wondering where to start to become a surrogate mother. The first step is to fill out our contact form to begin your application process. From there, we help you organize interviews with some intended parents to find your match. After that, you and your intended parents will go through medical screenings to make sure you are both physically and mentally ready for your journey. You will then sign the necessary legal documents that you will go over with your chosen lawyer. Then finally, you get to carry your intended parents’ child to term!

What is Gestational Surrogacy?

You have probably been seeing the term “gestational surrogacy” pop up in your research. Gestational surrogacy means the surrogate mother is in no way genetically linked to the baby. Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado provides gestational surrogacy because it keeps everyone involved mentally, physically, and emotionally safe. 

How is gestational surrogacy done? Through in vitro fertilization (IVF), the intended mother’s egg is then fertilized by the intended father’s sperm in a lab. Then the surrogate mother carries the fertilized egg to term. This way, the surrogate mother is not biologically linked to the baby. This process allows you, the surrogate mother, to focus on giving and receiving support through your journey. You are not alone in this process. Your intended parents will be there to provide emotional support, and our professional team will be ready to help you through each step. 

In What Ways am I Protected through the Surrogacy Process?

By working through a surrogacy agency instead of independently, you are ensuring your well-being. Our surrogacy agency can offer you access to physical, legal, and emotional protection. We can help you find reliable doctors and make appointments so you are not worried about scheduling. Our counseling team can offer you emotional support as you work your way through our step-by-step process. We will also help you find a lawyer, so you have help going over legal documents. Our goal is to make your journey go as smoothly as possible. Your well-being will always be our top priority which is why we provide reliable protection throughout the surrogacy process.

How am I Compensated as a Surrogate Mother?

You are taking on a selfless, brave, and kind act of generosity, so we want to make sure you are fairly compensated on your journey. Our compensation plan varies on the individual needs of the surrogate mother. Our goal is to be fair and transparent when discussing a compensation plan. We take the time to help the intended parents, and you agree on what needs to be covered. You can be sure that our agency will be honest with you about your pay.  

What Are Some Common Questions Surrogate Mothers Ask?

As you take on your surrogacy journey, it is in your best interest to stay as informed as possible. It’s also important to know that you are not alone and can have access to reliable resources. Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado has a team of professionals ready to help you every step of the way.

Now that some common questions have been answered, are you ready to take on the next steps? How can you best prepare for your surrogacy journey? 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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