What to Expect as a Surrogate Mother through the Surrogacy and IVF Processes with Gestational Surrogacy in Colorado

Are you someone who feels most fulfilled when helping others? Does the thought of bringing a new life into the world fill you with joy? Are you looking for a connective experience? If this sounds like you, then becoming a surrogate mother might be a great path!

As a surrogate mother, you might be feeling overwhelmed at the start of your surrogacy journey. You might recognize that the IVF process and gestational surrogacy as the safest option for you, but are wondering what to expect. This is natural. You are not alone. Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado can help you know what to expect as a surrogate mother through the surrogacy and IVF processes with gestational surrogacy. Let’s go over the steps together to ensure that your surrogacy journey goes smoothly.

Colorado Surrogacy Qualifications for Surrogate Mothers

Our surrogacy agency has a step-by-step plan to help you start your surrogacy journey. Your first priority in becoming a surrogate mother is to complete our application form. Our basic surrogacy requirements are that you have had a previous successful pregnancy and are between the ages of 21 and 39. After looking over our other surrogacy requirements, you will meet with our professional team who can help you find the medical, emotional, and legal help you need. You will then have the opportunity to view profiles of intended parents and find the match that best fits you. Once you have found your match, you can help the intended parents grow their family!

The most important surrogacy qualification of all is that you are a caring person who wants to help intended parents grow their family. A surrogate mother has a compassionate heart and seizes the opportunity to help people achieve their dream of having a family of their own. She doesn’t mind putting up with a bit of discomfort to bring a new life into the world for a caring couple or individual.

Defining the IVF Process and Gestational Surrogacy for Surrogate Mothers

In your research, you have probably seen many surrogacy agencies and surrogate mothers talk about the option of gestational surrogacy and the IVF process. Are these the safest options? How does our surrogacy agency perform these processes? Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado uses In vitro fertilization (IVF), a process where the sperm of the intended father fertilizes the egg of the intended mother in a lab. The resulting embryo(s) is then carried by the surrogate mother. If either the intended father or mother cannot use their sperm or egg, respectively, donors can be used.

The surrogate mother is not biologically linked to the child in any way. We provide gestational surrogacy because it protects everyone involved, especially the surrogate mother.

Before any medical procedures, you and the intended parents will go through health screenings. You will also have regularly scheduled check-ups to ensure you are healthy — mentally, physically and emotionally. Through our surrogacy agency, you will have access to people who can offer you the support you need.

The Resources Available to Surrogate Mothers through Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado

By working through our Colorado surrogacy agency, you will have access to a team of professionals who can give you the support you need. You will not be alone at any point throughout the surrogacy process. We will make sure your needs are met and that any concerns you have will be taken care of. We can help you find the right surrogacy lawyer and talk with you about any other aspects of gestational surrogacy as needed.

You are doing an incredible selfless act. You deserve to have a reliable team who has your best interests at heart.

Are You Ready to Start  the Surrogacy Process in Colorado?

You have an exciting surrogacy journey ahead of you! Through Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, you’ll know what to expect as a surrogate mother. Our team will help you every step of the way so your surrogacy journey can be as fulfilling as possible.

Now that you know what to expect as a surrogate mother through the surrogacy and IVF processes, are you ready to take on the next steps? What are some other ways you can prepare for your surrogacy journey?

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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