What is Gestational Surrogacy and Why does Surrogacy Choices of Colorado recommend it?

If you are an intended parent or surrogate mother looking into starting your surrogacy journey, your main concern is most likely your safety.
What’s the safest process for your future child?
How will I, as the surrogate mother, be protected emotionally, physically, and legally?
How will the baby be linked to me, the intended parent, and how will I claim guardianship of my child?

We can answer these questions by going over the option of gestational surrogacy.

Gestational surrogacy can be a great option for both the intended parents and the surrogate mother. When done through our surrogacy agency, we can make the surrogacy process very smooth with minimal stress. Your priority is your mental and emotional well-being, so you can either help a growing family or be ready to start your own family.

With Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, we can offer you the best resources as you take on this incredible surrogacy journey with confidence.

Defining Gestational Surrogacy for Surrogate Mothers and Intended Parents

What is gestational surrogacy? What does it mean to be a gestational surrogate? Gestational surrogacy is when the intended mother’s egg is used instead of the egg of the surrogate mother. Whether the intended father’s sperm fertilizes the egg in a lab or the egg and sperm are provided by donors, the surrogate mother will carry it to term. This ensures the intended parents are biologically linked to the child. For this reason, the surrogate mother is not the baby’s biological mother and unable to claim parental rights over the child at any point. However, the well-being of the child links the surrogate mother and the intended parent’s roles.

The Gestational Surrogacy Process in Colorado

Colorado is one of the most surrogacy-friendly states in the U.S. The state and our surrogacy agency help take care of the legal matters that come with being a surrogate mother and an intended parent. Some perks of surrogacy in Colorado is potential compensation for the surrogate mother and, by law, the intended parents are labeled as the child’s legal guardians.

The surrogacy journey can seem a little intimidating at first, but we have a well-organized plan for surrogate mothers and intended parents to follow. Our first step is to fill out our contact form on our website then meet our team of professionals. After that, the intended parents are matched with their surrogate mother, then both parties are screened. Both parties then sign the surrogacy agreement. Finally, pregnancy, then birth!

Why Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado Offers Gestational Surrogacy

By providing gestational surrogacy, we ensure the intended parents and the surrogate mother are legally and emotionally protected. Because the child is not biologically linked to the surrogate mother, the potential emotional stress of giving up the baby after delivery is eased. This type of surrogacy ensures that the child is as closely linked to the intended parents as possible. We can also provide access to excellent medical, legal, and professional support through the gestational surrogacy process.

Our top priority is to make sure everyone involved is taken care of and protected. We know the surrogacy journey can be an emotional one for both the intended parents and the surrogate mother, so we try to ease any stress or complications.

Is Gestational Surrogacy a Good Fit for Me and My Family?

When you work through our surrogacy agency, the process of gestational surrogacy can be smooth and safe. You are now better prepared for your surrogacy journey both as an intended parent and as a surrogate mother. You can breathe a little easier knowing your best options. Now that you know more about gestational surrogacy and why we provide it, are you ready to take on the next steps?

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.

Courtney ChungloMeet the Author: Courtney Chunglo is a California-based writer who keeps her poetry romantic and her prose thrilling. Courtney has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. Her poetry has been published in Sonoma State University’s anthology titled, Zaum XXI where she also served as one of the editors for the short story submissions.

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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