Have You Ever Thought, How to Become A Surrogate?
For some couples conceiving a child in the natural way is impossible. Partners like this are in need of someone who has the courage and generosity of heart to carry their child. You have the ability to give them that precious gift.
The first step would be to research the best and most respected surrogacy agencies in your area. Check out their past history of success rates and and find some reliable testimonies of past surrogate mothers of the agency in question.
Each agency will have its own short pre screening questionnaire. These will make sure you meet the basic requirements, the main one in all, would be that you have had a successful pregnancy in the recent past, and other things like, that you are in a healthy weight range and have stable personal circumstances.
Then once you have decided on which agency you want to use, and have passed the the pre qualifying questionnaire. The real in-depth testing and eligibility checking procedure will start.
In the beginning it might seem,”what is this am I applying for a state dept position or what!” It will be personal background checks, you know, you will see the counsellor with your husband and yourself, medical screening for you and your husband.
The screening process for how to become a surrogate is incredibly thorough, you know, they do all your personal background assessments and you have to have all your health background checked out; your medical records need to be cleared by doctors and all of that related stuff. Blood analysis and full future health assessments, so they will do all of those kinds of checks.
And then you will have to also talk to the surrogate mother coordinators and counsellors. They will do psychological and personality testing. So it’s very thorough so they can get a feel for your overall personality suitability as well as your past medical history.
When you fill out the application you should answer questions as fully and as honestly as you can. And then after a short time, a coordinator will call and just kind of go over your responses and probably have some more questions as well.
There are specific questions, I believe, that are more important than others, so they will genuinely want to focus on those. This is to weed out the tire kickers from the really committed and prepared applicants.
Then comes the waiting process; You fill out the application and then you have to wait to get it approved. And then you have all the tests that you have to do, and then you have to wait for all those results of the testing.
And then you have to once you get accepted into the program, you are in the waiting process. Waiting for the prospective parents profiles to be set to you. You will need to take time and really find the couple you like and find compatible. Then you are waiting for them to respond to your application. So there can be considerable waiting time, and that can be a difficult part out of the how to become a surrogate procedure.
It is comforting to know that the couples applying for surrogacy will have also had gone through all the health, personality and personal background checks you have had to go through. This all insures things will be as smooth as these things can be for both parties involved.
How to Become a Surrogate
How to Become a Surrogate In this video I go over the application process, timeline, payments, preferences, and basic requirements. Reproductive Possibilities: http://reproductivepossibilities.com/ All Things Surrogacy: http://allthingssurrogacy.org/surrogacy/
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