Becoming a gestational surrogate is a selfless decision that can change the lives of other people forever. As a surrogate mother, you give hope to those who are unable to carry their own babies, including gay partners, transgender individuals, and infertile couples.
At Physician’s Surrogacy, we appreciate your interest in becoming a surrogate mother in South Carolina and want to ensure you are well-informed before beginning the process.
The first step is to 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 review your past pregnancies, deliveries, and current health status.
Once the prescreening process is complete, 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 are fully ready and committed to the journey. Once you’ve completed the screening, you will have an embryo transfer procedure to get pregnant.
The legal part of the surrogacy process begins. 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 embryo 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, the intended parents will take over the legal guardianship of the baby, and your surrogacy journey will be complete. You will continue to receive post-partum care after the delivery for 3-6 months.
Becoming a gestational surrogate can be a very rewarding decision. Aside from the generous compensation, surrogate mothers also enjoy many other perks and benefits.
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