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What to Look for in a Surrogate Mother
For millions of Americans becoming a parent is a life goal; despite biological limitations. Many prospective parents, for one reason or another, are physically unable to conceive or carry a child through no fault of their own.
Thankfully, there are ways to have your own biological child naturally, even if you are unable to conceive or carry a child on your own. Surrogacy and adoption services are tools that have built millions of strong families who had trouble giving birth to a child on their own.
What exactly is surrogacy? Surrogacy is a method of In Vitro fertilization; where an embryo is fertilized outside of the body and then implanted in a non-related, third-party surrogate mother's uterus. The surrogate then carries the child through the pregnancy, and delivers it to the full custody of the biological parents; commonly referred to as the intended parents. Intended parents will have to go through a court process before birth to secure their parental rights and may complete an adoption of the child, depending on the state laws. Surrogacy gives parents who cannot properly conceive the chance to have a healthy child from their own DNA and biological line, with assistance from a surrogate who wants to help.
One of the most complicated aspects of the surrogacy process for the intended parents is to find a surrogate mother that they can trust. There are thousands of potential candidates that are willing to carry a child for intended parents, and adoption services can assist in connecting a prospective couple with them. However, how do you find a good fit? What indicates a great surrogate mother?
Any serious surrogate understands the scope of what they are undertaking; that is, carrying the child of hopeful parents and doing their best to engage in behavior that will produce a healthy baby for the intended parents.
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