passed between you and the surrogate, such as paying for her medical expenses.
HOW TO CHOOSE A SURROGATE
Right now there aren't any regulations about who can be a surrogate mother. But experts agree on a few points about how to select one.
YOU SHOULD CHOOSE A SURROGATE WHO:
so she understands firsthand the medical risks of pregnancy and childbirth and the emotional issues of bonding with a newborn Has passed a psychological screening by a mental health professional to uncover any issues with giving up the baby after birth Signs a contract about her role and responsibilities in the pregnancy, such as prenatal care and agreeing to give you the baby after birth USING A SURROGATE
Is at least 21 years old Has already given birth to at least one healthy baby 38 JOY FEELINGS!
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine
MAY 2017 ISSUE