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Types Of Surrogacy

What kind of person would be interested in surrogate motherhood? At Intended Parents, Inc., our experience has taught us that there are two kinds of women who want to be surrogate mothers: those who are strictly in it for the money, and those who receive some kind of emotional reward from helping reproductively-challenged people have a baby. The ability to tell the difference between the two is the earmark of any reputable surrogate agency.

In order to make sure our candidates are interested in surrogate motherhood for the right reasons, we have an in-depth profiling process and a thorough post-selection screening period. There is nothing wrong with a surrogate mother receiving financial compensation for her time and trouble--we just don't want to work with women who view motherhood as a kind of "rent-a-womb" experience. As intended parents ourselves, we know that that type of attitude would not make for a very pleasant experience for the intended parents or the surrogate mother.

Understanding Gestational Surrogate Motherhood
Gestational surrogate motherhood is very different from traditional surrogacy programs. In the old type of surrogacy, the surrogate mother was carrying her own biological offspring, which she agreed to give up for adoption (to the intended parents). In gestational surrogacy, embryos are created in-vitro and are implanted into surrogate mothers who have no genetic link to the child they will carry.

Whether traditional or gestational, all surrogacy programs involve a labyrinth of legal, medical, and psychological details. We provide comprehensive case management services so that the surrogacy journey is a smooth one. For more information, please call us at 732-526-7013, or click here to send us an email.

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