Join Us in the Journey of Creating Families: A Message to Potential Surrogates
There is a shortage of surrogate mothers and there are future Dad and Mom's out there that so desperately want to have a family, and you are there last hope. Will you help make their dreams come true? There's a unique type of love and compassion that inspires a woman to become a surrogate. It's an understanding that the desire to start a family can be a profound, life-changing journey. Yet, for some intended parents, traditional paths to parenthood are simply not possible. That's where you come in. As a surrogate, you have the power to turn dreams into reality, helping others achieve their ultimate dream of building a family.
Your decision to become a surrogate can bring an indescribable joy to those who long to hold a baby in their arms, hear the sound of their child's laughter, and watch a tiny personality unfold as their baby grows. You are providing a gift of immeasurable value - the gift of life.
At the Surrogacy Institute, we deeply respect and admire the women who step forward to be surrogates. We understand the emotional journey you're embarking upon and we're committed to supporting you every step of the way.
We also believe that the surrogacy process should be safe and fair for everyone involved. That's why we've established a set of comprehensive standards and requirements for surrogates, designed to protect your rights and interests, as well as those of the intended parents and the child.
Our Surrogate Mother Requirements:
- Age: Surrogates should be between 21 and 40 years old. This is to ensure that you are mature enough to make an informed decision and are at an age where pregnancy is typically less risky.
- Health: You should be in good overall health and have no significant medical conditions that may impact the pregnancy. You'll need to undergo a thorough medical evaluation to ensure you're fit to carry a child.
- Obstetric History: You should have a history of at least one successful and uncomplicated pregnancy and delivery. This demonstrates your ability to carry a pregnancy to term.
- Mental Health Screening: You will undergo psychological screening to ensure you can cope with the emotional aspects of surrogacy and that you fully understand the process and potential risks involved.
- Legal Requirements: You must be willing to sign a surrogacy agreement that outlines the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved. This agreement covers compensation, agreement to undergo prenatal testing, and the relinquishment of parental rights upon the birth of the child.
- Lifestyle Factors: As a surrogate, you should be a non-smoker and should not use illicit drugs. You'll also be asked to refrain from alcohol consumption during the pregnancy.
- Support System: Having a strong support system in place, including family and friends who can help you navigate the emotional and practical aspects of surrogacy, is essential.
- Informed Consent: You must fully understand and consent to the surrogacy process, including the potential risks to your physical and emotional health.
We understand that surrogacy regulations may vary from one country or jurisdiction to another.
That's why the Surrogacy Institute is here to guide you through every step of the process, ensuring you meet all necessary standards and requirements.Remember, as a surrogate, you're not just giving a baby to a loving family.
You're also giving hope to those who may have lost it, joy to those who yearn for it, and love to those who have so much of it to give.Join us in the journey of creating families. The Surrogacy Institute is here to pair you with intended parents or connect you with the best surrogacy agencies. Together, we can make dreams come true.