It is known that in order to be a surrogate mother you need to have a good, stable health, be in age from 18 to 35 years, and also have one or more children. All candidates must undergo a compulsory medical examination to provide truthful information about the history of pregnancy and childbirth, illness, etc.
During the preparation and conduction of IVF surrogate mothers must be very responsible towards their health, clearly and strictly comply with the instructions and recommendations of the attending physician. This is a limitation of medication consumption, physical activity, alcohol and certain foods consumption, as well as not being involved in sexual relationships.
IVF involves certain health risks for the surrogate mother as during stimulation (preparation stage), and during the transfer of embryo, pregnancy and childbirth. During the program multiple pregnancies may occur. Deliveries under these programs in most cases end with caesarean section.
Keep in mind that when selecting candidates for the surrogate mother what is taken into account is not only medical, but also other factors, including moral and psychological stability of women, lack of criminal record, as well as responsibility and a special psychological attitude.
Think about the following questions:
Do you want to help childless couples and single people in finding their children?
Do you realize that IVF and pregnancy itself are associated with a certain risk to health?
Can carry someone else’s child with full responsibility?
Will you be able to devote almost a full year of your life to this program, to submit to it all your life for this period and overcome certain inconveniences associated with carrying a pregnancy?
Can you, if the doctor recommends it, almost to give up sex life at the time of implementation of the program of surrogate motherhood?
Are you ready to give a control of your life and be under strictly controlled by prospective parents?
Are you ready for 2-3 months to leave your home, family and move out?
Would you be able to give a child to his parents after the birth?
Will your spouse and your family support you during the implementation of the program?
Only if you answered yes to all these questions, you should contact the agency to become a surrogate mother.