Surrogate mothers have helped thousands of couples become parents. Unlike adoption, surrogacy allows couples to have children with the genetic heritage of one or both parents.
Who can opt for surrogacy?
Surrogacy is a popular option for couples who want to have a child who shares their genetic makeup. Some of the people who take the help of surrogate mothers include:
Choosing a surrogate
The process of selecting a surrogate mother is both long and intensive. All aspects of the candidates’ medical, social, and psychological health need to be screened carefully before proceeding. It is critical for both surrogate motherhood candidates as well as intended parents that they go through a certified surrogacy agency. This ensures that both parties’ legal rights are taken care of and that potential issues are carefully clarified and legally witnessed.
Contact a surrogacy agency today to learn more about how surrogate mothers can help you have your own, biologically-related child.