Is the Baby Related to the Surrogate in Gestational Surrogacy?

As intended parents, you might have been faced with a few concerns on your surrogacy journey. One pressing question you might have is: Is the baby related to the surrogate mother? This is a valid question! The surrogacy process can seem complicated, and you are probably trying to figure out how your future child can be linked to you and your partner or spouse. You will find that gestational surrogacy might be the best option for you.

 You want the chance to grow your family and to be as closely linked to your future child as possible. Gestational surrogacy is a great, low-stress option for intended parents who wish to be legally and emotionally protected. With our surrogacy agency, you can rest assured that you and your future child are well cared for.

We at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado provide gestational surrogacy because it keeps everyone’s best interests at heart.

Defining Gestational Surrogacy for Intended Parents and Surrogate Mothers

You have probably heard the term, “gestational surrogacy” many times and are wondering why so many people prefer this option. Gestational surrogacy is when the intended mother’s egg is used instead of the surrogate mother’s egg. This is done through the process of “in-vitro fertilization” (IVF). With IVF, the egg of the intended mother, or donor, is fertilized in a lab. Then, after it’s been implanted, the surrogate mother carries the embryo to term. This ensures the surrogate mother is in no way biologically linked to the baby.

Our Colorado surrogacy agency provides gestational surrogacy because it is the safest way to grow your family with the help of a surrogate mother. We help you navigate through the surrogacy process and ensure that all your needs are met. The gestational surrogacy process helps us provide you with the best tools for your journey.

How Gestational Surrogacy Links the Baby to the Intended Parents

There are different ways for intended parents to be genetically linked to their child. If the intended parents can provide their egg or sperm, then the child will be biologically related to them. If the intended mother or father cannot provide an egg or sperm, a donor can be used. The donor can be either from our surrogacy agency or someone you already have in mind, like a family member. We will work with you and the donor to make sure the medical process goes smoothly.

Another way intended parents are linked to their child is through legal protection. Our surrogacy agency can help you find a lawyer who can go over Colorado-issued documents that ensure your guardianship of your future child. Through legal representation and with our surrogacy agency’s help, we can make sure you and your future child are protected.

How Gestational Surrogacy can Bond the Surrogate Mother and the Intended Parents

Gestational surrogacy can alleviate the emotional stress of giving up a baby who is genetically linked to you. This allows for the intended parents and the surrogate mother to emotionally support each other through their shared surrogacy journey. The intended parents and the surrogate mother should have the ability to connect over the pregnancy term. After all, you both have a common goal to bring a new life into this world. By working with our surrogacy agency, we can help make your journey more enjoyable.

How Gestational Surrogacy Links the Baby to the Intended Parents

The gestational surrogacy process is one of the safest and most effective options for intended parents of various backgrounds. With Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, you and your future child are protected and cared for. Your surrogacy journey can now proceed smoothly, and you can have peace of mind knowing that your child is genetically related to you.

Now that you see gestational surrogacy as a good option for growing your family, are you ready to take the next steps?

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption 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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Courtney grew up in a family of women storytellers who could make you feel, hear, smell, and even taste their tales. This inspiration to tell stories and being a voracious reader morphed into an unshakable desire to write. Possessed by the pen, Courtney strives to engage readers’ intellect and satisfy their need for a good story.

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