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Would my chances of getting coronavirus be increased from becoming a Surrogate or by being a Surrogate?

If anything, the chances of acquiring coronavirus are greater in the grocery store, at work or at a gas station. IVF centers and OB offices are not the types of doctor offices that people would go to when they are seeking treatment for non-pregnancy related illnesses. These sterile environments follow extra precautions and include increased screening and testing.

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How will the current travel restrictions affect my application process?

It won’t. There is a pre-screening process for surrogacy qualifications that you can complete remotely. You can do so prior to moving forward and becoming a Surrogate. When presented with a possible match with Intended Parents, you will learn where their IVF center is located. You will have the option to accept or decline the match. Travel, if any is required, would not take place until the last phase, the full medical screening.

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What does the timeline look like?

The application process is quick. Fill out an application and find out within 72 hours if you’re eligible and meet the initial qualifications of surrogacy.

Also, the phone interview is brief which allows you to ask all of your questions and discuss your preferences.

Pre Screening, such as background, OB record review as well as preliminary lab work, can all be done remotely near your home.

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Do I have to travel?

You likely won’t have to travel anytime soon. You can complete the entire application process, including intake, through the phone. The only time you will have to travel is when you get a match with an Intended Parent. There are options for electing for matches within driving distance. While it may reduce your options, you would be in control of the travel method.

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