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Women interested in becoming surrogate mothers can take part in a journey that will allow them to give one of the most selfless gifts a person can provide to intended parents who want to build a family. The hope that surrogates instill in intended parents as they help them take a step closer to realizing their dreams of parenthood is truly priceless. However, the benefits are not only for the intended parents. In fact, women who become surrogates in Vermont will also benefit greatly from this exciting journey. Contact our Vermont surrogacy agency today to get started on this journey.
Elevate Surrogacy is an assisted reproductive agency that helps women interested in becoming surrogates learn more about what the journey will entail and what type of intended parent match is right for them. It is our goal to make the experience as special as it should be for surrogates and the intended parents they are matched with by our agency. Here is more information regarding all that a surrogacy journey entails.
What Qualifications Do Potential Surrogates Need to Meet in Vermont?
The first step in becoming a surrogate is to understand whether or not the potential surrogate meets the criteria that will determine their eligibility. If an individual is considering becoming a surrogate, it is important to have knowledge of what this criteria is before moving forward with the journey. These requirements differ from state to state as well.
Our surrogacy agency in Vermont can provide individuals with accurate information regarding the criteria for surrogate mothers. These requirements include the following:
- Surrogate mothers must be between the ages of 21 and 40 years old
- Surrogates should have a body mass index of 32 or lower
- Surrogate mothers should already have given birth and be raising at least one child
- Surrogate mothers should be in general good health
- Surrogate mothers should be non-smokers
- Surrogate mothers should be financially stable
- Surrogate mothers must be willing to undergo medical and psychological evaluations
If potential surrogate mothers have any questions regarding their eligibility for becoming a surrogate mother, our team at Elevate Baby can provide more information and the accurate criteria for the state of Vermont. Give us a call today to speak with our team of surrogacy experts and learn more about what to expect from the journey.
Understanding Gestational Surrogacy
When researching surrogacy, you may have discovered that there are two different types of surrogacy. These two types of surrogacy are traditional and gestational. However, gestational surrogacy is the only type of surrogacy that our agency handles.
Gestational vs. Traditional Surrogacy
Gestational surrogacy is when the surrogate mother has no biological link to the child they will carry. On the other hand, traditional surrogacy does allow for the child to have a biological link to the surrogate.
Traditional surrogacy is less common these days as IVF technology has greatly increased and offers favorable success rates. The legal implications of traditional surrogacy are also more complex and have more gray area than that of gestational surrogacy. For these reasons, Elevate only offers gestational surrogacy services.
When working with Elevate Baby, our surrogacy professionals work to match surrogates with intended parents looking to use a gestational surrogate to help them welcome a child into their lives. If you feel ready to take the next step in your surrogacy journey, contact our team of Vermont surrogacy agents today.
What to Consider Before Becoming a Surrogate in Vermont
Before proceeding with a surrogacy journey, potential surrogates should take some time to think and be completely honest with themselves about whether or not they are truly prepared for all that becoming a surrogate mother will entail. While surrogacy is a joyful experience, there is a lot that goes into helping intended parents build a family, and it is essential that the women who take on this role are fully ready.
Is Surrogacy Right For You?
It is no secret that the intended parents you are matched with will undoubtedly benefit from your generous heart, but becoming a surrogate isn’t right for every woman. This is because surrogacy requires a lot of time and may take up to a year of your full commitment.
Surrogates should also be prepared to make some sacrifices to their time, family, and career during the surrogacy journey. It is crucial that your family is supportive of your decision as well, especially your life partner or spouse if you are married. If the surrogate is married, spousal support is necessary for legal purposes, as they must confirm that they have no parental rights to the intended parents’ child.
Take the Next Step to Become a Surrogate in Vermont With Elevate Baby Today
We at Elevate Baby have seen firsthand how becoming a surrogate mother is one of the most fulfilling acts a woman can do for intended parents looking to build their family. As a surrogate mother, you will be providing the gift of hope to families while also experiencing all the benefits the incredible journey has to offer you as well.
The team at Elevate Baby has years of experience treating all surrogates with the same concierge-level service to ensure joyful surrogacy journeys. We will go above and beyond to help make sure you feel supported as a surrogate from the start of your journey to after the child has been delivered. Contact us today for more information regarding becoming a surrogate mother with Elevate Baby by calling (323) 933-8918 or filling out our contact form.
Whether you are interested in surrogacy or egg donation as an intended parent or potential donor, the process can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. Begin your journey today!