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A Quick Guide to Surrogate Mothers Having a child can be the greatest, most rewarding aspect of life for some. Although it will be one of the most important responsibilities in a couple’s relationship, it will also be one of the most emotionally rewarding. A new baby, welcomed into a loving home, will increase the bond, love and overall connection in a relationship. The unfortunate truth is that not everyone is capable of having a child. There are many reasons a person may not be able to conceive including disabilities, infertility, physical abnormalities or couples in a same sex relationship. The 4 types of surrogacy options are included next. One type of surrogacy is referred to as traditional surrogacy, where the surrogate mother is the actual genetic mother to the child. In traditional surrogacy the baby may be either naturally conceived or impregnated using one of two fertility methods, ICI (intracervical insemination) or IUI (intrauterine insemination), performed in a certified infertility clinic by a doctor. The second type of surrogacy is referred to as gestational surrogacy in which an embryo is transferred to a surrogate mother’s uterus that she has no genetic relationship. A commercial surrogacy is when a surrogate receives financial compensation for carrying the baby and can be sought out through a surrogacy agency. Altruistic surrogacy is the last type of surrogacy in which the surrogate has agreed, for no financial gain, to bear a child for another to whom she will transfer the infants care shortly after birth. Next are some tips to help you find the right surrogate mother. Always seek out professional advice first, the internet and books will only take you so far. At a surrogacy agency you are likely to find the professional advice you will need to take the next in developing your family. When you think you’ve met the right candidate, you should get to know her and her history. Always look to the surrogate’s family health history for signs of illness. An extensive background check on your surrogate mother will help you to feel a little more comfortable with your agreement. Check to be sure your choice in surrogate mother is financially secure before the process. Money should not be the main motive for a surrogate mother.
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An inexperienced surrogate will likely have issues handing over their new born child in the end. Try to keep an open line of communication during your surrogacy process to make sure everyone’s needs are met. It will be essential that you discuss topics such as what medical complications could come about or emotional attachment that could develop. Because adoption laws very county to county it is smart to seek legal advice in case something were to go wrong. The journey to finding the right surrogate is a long one, so be prepared.The Beginner’s Guide to Agencies