,,Medvisit Global’’ often receives emails and messages from potential surrogate mothers why they have to have already delivered a baby and went through pregnancy.
Some women find it easy to be pregnant. They don’t struggle with adapting to their rapidly changing body, mood swings, doctor appointments or delivery process itself. On the other hand, the truth has to be said – pregnancy is not as easy as our usual daily life; therefore, one can be mentally and psychologically ready for it, but what it comes down to is that you don’t know what your experience will be like until it happens, and to be a qualified surrogate, we need women who know first-hand what pregnancy, labor, and delivery takes.
Intended Parents come to Medvisit Global because they need to build their family and most of heterosexual couples don’t have a clue about their infertility until they actually consider having a baby. Just like this case, if a surrogate mother has never been pregnant or carried a child, she might have limited knowledge about her own fertility. This information is vital to intended parents who are ready to emotionally and financially invest in a surrogacy service.
To put it on the line, having a prior experience with pregnancy and delivery of a baby ensures sustainability of the whole process including preparation, IVF and pregnancy itself. This requirement is beneficial not only for the agency or intended parents, but for surrogates as well because no one wants to take the responsibility that can’t be dealt with physically. So, when it comes to this requirement, our goal is to remain maximum probability of success and not to make surrogate mothers be accountable for the things they are not able to take.