Surrogate Mother Risk

Being a surrogate mother is an incredible gift to give to someone, and perhaps the greatest gift you can give to a family. Here you are helping to bring a life into the world, and you will have a special bond with them as a result; meanwhile you are also gifting a couple with a child and with parenthood and enabling them to enjoy one of the most fulfilling relationships life has to offer.

It’s a wonderful thing to be able to do, but it is not a decision to be made lightly and it also carries with it a huge amount of commitment, stress and risk. Before you decide to become a surrogate it is highly recommended that you thoroughly discuss all potential risks with a doctor. Surrogacy pregnancy has the same risk as if you were pregnant on your own (carrying your own child).

Risks Associated with Pregnancy including but not limited to exhaustion, nausea, indigestion, constipation, weight gain, bloating, backaches, difficulty sleeping, breast pain, higher blood pressure, hormonal mood changes, stretch marks, loose skin, abdominal and vaginal muscle weakness, varicose veins, pre-eclampsia, placenta Previa, gestational diabetes, anemia, embolism, cardiopulmonary arrest, placental abruption, molar pregnancy, future infertility, permanent disability, and death.

Apply today to become a Surrogate