Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions for Surrogate Mothers. Simply click on a question to reveal it.
Can I still have sex with my partner?
What happens during the cycle month and embryo transfer?
Surrogates will be required to stay and rest in the IVF centre for approximately twenty minutes to one hour following the transfer procedure. She may also be required to stay in a nearby hotel for a bed rest period of time as specified by the clinic, which is usually between 24-48 hours.
If the surrogate is required to fly for the procedure, she may be required to stay through the period specified for bed rest. This decision will be made by the physician and intended parents. All expenses will be covered by the intended parents as receiptable expenses.
Following the embryo transfer the surrogate’s activity may be limited. These limitations will be determined by the clinic and intended parents. All these medications are extremely important and MUST be taken as instructed by the clinic, or otherwise there is a risk of comprising the IVF cycle, having a miscarriage and being in breach of contract. Please remember each clinic varies slightly in their protocol.
How long does the Gestational Surrogate's transfer cycle take?
How many injections will I be required to take?
What is the difference between Gestational and Traditional Surrogacy?
May I become a surrogate without my spouse or partners support or consent?
May I become a surrogate if I am not married
Will my spouse or partner be asked to take tests?
What kind of screening or tests will I need to take?
Can I become a surrogate if I have never given birth?
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FAQ For Surrogate Mothers
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