Monday, June 13, 2016

How to Become a Surrogate Mother: Personal Information Required

In order to be a good candidate for becoming a surrogate mother, you should be able to successfully meet several requirements involving physical fitness, mental capability, and emotional stability. The task of carrying someone else’s child in your womb is both a special and daunting task that is not for the faint of heart.

There are very real risks involved, not only for the surrogate but for the couple as well. This is why strict standards and requirements are put in place, in order to ensure that the best interest of all parties involved—especially the child’s—are prioritized. 

Monday, June 6, 2016

Explaining and Comparing the Different Types of Surrogacy

For many couples struggling to conceive, the option of surrogacy is one viable alternative that makes them utterly grateful. There are still a lot of contentions regarding its practice in certain places, but whatever those concerns may be, the fact remains that the science behind—and the positive effect of being able to help couples become parents—is undeniable.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Knowing the Surrogacy Process, as Viewed in a Surrogate’s Perspective

Every married couple dreams of raising children and starting a family. Yet, for some couples, conceiving a child is somewhat difficult, or even impossible. Thanks to new reproductive technologies, married couples can finally have a baby that they can call their own. One particular option you can consider is surrogacy.

How to Become a Surrogate Mother: Health Qualifications for Surrogates

Some women are absolutely fascinated by the experience of being pregnant and witnessing the miracle of birth firsthand. These women are often willing to become surrogates, as they are done having their own children and genuinely want barren couples to have a child.