Help Your Family While Helping Others
Choosing to become a Surrogate is one of the most rewarding decisions a woman can make. As a Surrogate, you give hope to couples struggling with infertility, to single parents that don’t have a partner, and make parenthood possible for LGTBQ people who want to have biological children.
At Physician’s Surrogacy, we are committed to providing Surrogates with the necessary support and resources to navigate their surrogacy journey. Below, you will find the information you need to become a Surrogate in Colorado, including the requirements, the process involved, the benefits of being a gestational carrier, and more.
Surrogates go through several steps to help intended parents achieve their dream of growing a family. Here is what your surrogacy process will look like as a gestational carrier:
You will first complete our online application to know if you meet our Surrogate requirements. Once your application is approved, you will proceed to our prescreening process, where we will review your past pregnancies, deliveries, and current health status.
After you have completed the prescreening process, we will match you with the hopeful parents based on your preferences, views, and surrogacy goals.
You will undergo a comprehensive medical and psychological evaluation to see if you fit the bill. Once you’ve completed the screening, you will have an embryo transfer procedure to get pregnant.
You will then proceed to the legal part of the surrogacy process. Both you and the parents will enter a legally binding contract, which will outline the rights, responsibilities, and roles of each party during the surrogacy.
2-3 weeks after the transfer, a blood test will be done to confirm whether pregnancy has taken place. You will then carry and give birth to the baby.
Once the baby is born, you will hand the baby over to the would-be parents, and your surrogacy journey will be complete.
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