Frequently Asked Questions about Surrogate Woman
How does the surrogate woman conceive the baby?
Once we successfully match Intended Parents with a surrogate mother and all the legal procedures are met, we go ahead with the IVF procedure. This involves carrying out hormonal stimulation on the surrogate to allow for the cultivation of embryos and their attachment to her uterine cavity.
Do you take care of the surrogate mother during pregnancy?
Yes, we will perform multiple medical examinations throughout the gestation period to ensure the success of the process. There will be ultrasounds every month and screenings for genetic pathologies on weeks 12 and 16.
Besides, we assign our surrogate mothers to psychologists to help them throughout this emotionally draining process. However, we understand that each surrogate mother has their unique approach to a successful pregnancy – having been through one already – hence we let them go through the process as naturally as possible.
Can a surrogate mother refuse to give the child?
No, all our surrogate moms sign a notarized contract with the Intended Parents before the start of the IVF procedure, indicating that they do not have any legal rights to the newborn.