Most candidates interested in becoming a surrogate believe that the main reward lies in helping others achieve their dreams. After all, being able to carry a child is a gift, not everybody has. Using that gift to help a family grow gives a surrogate the power to make a significant difference in others’ lives. However,
For you to be a surrogate mother, you must have already had one or more healthy pregnancies. You are not new to all those early pregnancy hiccups, big swift kicks, and little butterfly kicks as the baby develops. However, some other antics that take place in the womb may still be unknown even to experienced
BMI, also known as Body Mass Index, is a rating system that is used to provide an overview of a person’s weight in relation to their height. Generally, a person is considered to be at a healthy weight when their BMI falls between 18.5 and 24.9. Lower than this usually means the person is underweight.
Gestational Surrogacy Surrogacy rewards couples with unmatched gratification, although its associated vocabulary and terminology can be confusing at times. To sort out this confusion we have prepared a detailed list that includes some of the most common terms you’ll come across during your surrogacy journey. 1. Carrier/Surrogate/Surrogate Mother These terms can be used interchangeably. The
Surrogacy is a generous and selfless act. You have chosen to give a precious gift to those who cannot start a family on their own. However, this does not mean it comes without its challenges. To start you on your journey, Physician’s Surrogacy has come up with the following insider surrogacy tips. Mental and legal