Choosing A Surrogacy Agency in CO

The decision to become a surrogate mother is not an easy one. If you’re considering becoming a surrogate mother or gestational carrier, contact us at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado. We would love to answer any questions you have or explain the process in detail before you make the decision. When you choose a surrogacy agency in CO you are giving the gift of life to parents who cannot conceive or carry a child of their own. It takes a lot of heart to dedicate your body and time to another family for upwards of ten months. Our agency and the hopeful intended parents are endlessly appreciative and thankful for your choice. 

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.

Surrogacy In Colorado

Colorado is possibly one of the most surrogacy-friendly states in the US. Colorado grants the intended parents pre-birth and post-birth parental rights, making it easy to transfer custody after birth. Traditional surrogacy is legal and recognized in Colorado, which is not the case for other states in the US. There are many world-renowned fertility clinics located in Colorado, too, which means you may not have to travel far if the parents want to use a clinic in Colorado. Choosing an agency in Colorado upholds all surrogacy contracts as well and considers them a binding legal contract between the two parties.

Surrogacy Requirements

There are a strict set of surrogacy requirements you must possess to become a surrogate mother. Most age ranges start at twenty-one ending at thirty-two. If you’re just ahead of thirty-two, you will want to look into surrogate agencies that have an extended endcap on age. Some agencies go up to thirty-five. This is because pregnancy in your mid-thirties can become more dangerous for mother and child. Health risks are elevated, and agencies do not want to put your life or the baby’s life in danger. 

While certain agencies have a more flexible age range, there are requirements no agency will bend on.

• Having given birth to at least one child that is in your custody

• A prior healthy pregnancy and birth with no life-threatening issues

• Passing a background check and mental health screening

Certain health risks associated with pregnancy or post-pregnancy, such as post-eclampsia, for example, can rule you out unless a doctor clears you. Even then, some agencies may not accept your application. Searching around for agencies that work with you and your doctor after experiencing certain common pregnancy complications can give you more of a chance to be accepted. 

How Surrogacy Works

There are two different types of surrogacy you can participate in. Picking an agency that explains the differences thoroughly and is able to answer all your questions is important. You don’t want to go with an agency that doesn’t have deep knowledge about their field. 

Traditional Surrogacy: When the surrogate mother donates her own eggs to be medically inseminated by either the parent’s sperm or donated sperm.

Gestational Surrogacy: When the surrogate mother has an embryo or embryos placed in her uterus via IVF. The embryo is either the parents’ egg and sperm, a combination of the parents’ egg/sperm and donors, or both are donated. 

Surrogate Mother Support

Surrogacy becomes a very intimate and personal journey. The agency you choose will be very involved in every step from the application process to the birth plan. A good surrogacy professional is knowledgeable, communicative, and will provide you with a good pillar of support throughout the process. There can be a lot thrown at you at once, like travel dates to fertility clinics, interviews, etc. Your surrogacy professional should be someone you can count on to give you the necessary information in a proper and timely manner. 

Proper pairings of a surrogate mother and parents are one of the most important decisions during the early stages of Colorado surrogacy. You want to choose a surrogacy agency in CO that knows to ask specifics, like if you want parents that trust your pregnancy diet, before looking for awaiting parents. It’s a waste of time if what you are comfortable with does not match up with the parents you’re set to interview with. 

As a surrogate mother, you have rights, and your feelings matter in the process in the same way the intended parents’ rights and feelings matter. You want to work with an agency that not only understands and respects your individual feelings but supports you. You are an equal part of this journey, and if you’re uncomfortable or are experiencing things that were not in the original contract, your surrogacy professional should be the first person you contact. You should feel comfortable speaking to them, too. 

Finding a Surrogacy Agency in CO

We would love to be a part of your surrogacy journey. Are you still interested? Email or call us at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado. Our agency prides itself in offering caring and professional help to surrogate mothers from the application process to birth. Let us know if you have any questions or are ready to begin the process of becoming a surrogate mother. 

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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