Parents-to-be should make certain that agencies they work with can provide clear communication along each step of the process as well as providing the best services for both intended parents and surrogates.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) August 30, 2019
An August 20th article on ABC News Online recounts the experiences of two Australian couples who used a surrogacy agency in Ukraine and were left dissatisfied with the agency’s treatment of the surrogates, lack of information when the surrogate experienced medical complications, and unexpected and distressing health issues when their twins arrived. Global Surrogacy Services says that both intended parents and gestational surrogates deserve the utmost respect and care throughout the surrogacy process and that the stricter laws and regulation of agencies and medical providers in more stable nations such as the United States may be a much safer bet for intended parents from the US or elsewhere. It adds that parents-to-be should make certain that agencies they work with can provide clear communication along each step of the process as well as providing the best services for both intended parents and surrogates.
Los Angeles based Global Surrogacy Services points out that, just as it works hard to provide the best assistance to the intended parents it works with, it is committed to respecting women who choose to become surrogates – not only by ensuring the best medical care at every step but by making the comfort and wellbeing of surrogates a major priority at all times. Global Surrogacy Services notes that becoming a surrogate is a major decision, which is why it is devoted to ensuring that each surrogate candidate is prepared to handle the challenges of pregnancy and childbirth through physical and psychological screening. That’s best for the surrogate, the intended parents and, very obviously, any adorable newcomers who may be on the way.
The agency adds that, while those who are interested in becoming a surrogate should be admired for their willingness to provide others with the gift of life, there are some requirements that must be met for their own health and safety as well as children. Global Surrogacy Services says that women looking to become a potential surrogate must be between the ages of 21 and 38, and must have previously given birth or currently have a child at home. For obvious reasons, gestational surrogates should be nonsmokers with a smoke-free household and no history of substance abuse. The agency adds that, most importantly, surrogates must be in overall good physical and mental health and living in a stable situation. Intended parents who have worked with the firm agree that these kinds of standards have done wonders for their peace of mind during the pregnancy journey.
Global Surrogacy Services says that they are proud to facilitate a positive and fulfilling surrogacy experience for intended parents and surrogates alike. Readers interested in becoming intended parents and potential surrogates are encouraged to call (800) 355-2009 or visit the firm’s website at https://www.globalsurrogacyservices.com.