Choosing a surrogate to carry your child to term is one of the most difficult decisions in life. You have several factors to consider before making your selection. The commitment comes with a large amount of responsibility,
Let’s take a closer look at how to choose between pregnancy surrogates:
The surrogate must be of childbearing age to reduce the risk of complications during the birth of your child. The length of a pregnancy takes a toll on a woman’s body.
Younger, more fit surrogates will have quicker recovery time than their counterparts. Doctors believe choosing a surrogate between the age of 21-40 is the correct choice.
It might seem impersonal, but you must take into consideration a surrogate’s health before choosing them. Any minor medical condition could cause complications with the pregnancy. Each surrogate candidate should have given birth to a child before. Your physicians should have access to look at their medical records. The information provided should be enough to make a final decision.
When you meet with each surrogate candidate via video conference, determine their willingness to go through with carrying your baby for nine months. If they back out during the process, you will lose your savings. The surrogate should be eager to help you grow your family with a healthy child.