Looking into surrogate agencies can be intimidating at first as a new surrogacy mother. We understand being anxious about picking the right one to start this new journey in your life. We know that you want to choose the best one so that you can give intended parents a child they’ve wanted forever.
There is so much that is a part of surrogacy agencies that many don’t know. If you have never been a surrogate mother, you may not know everything about surrogacy in Nevada. That’s where we come in to help!
Here at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada, we want to give you the most stress-free surrogacy process. We have surrogate professionals available to you 24/7. We are only a call or text away if you have any questions about our agency or about the surrogacy process.
What is a Surrogacy Agency?
A surrogacy agency is an agency that has professionals who know everything about the surrogacy process. They help surrogate mothers go through every stage safely and healthily. There are different types of surrogacy agencies in Nevada, full-service or partial service. Each agency has its own benefits.
Full-service surrogacy agencies in Nevada are when the surrogacy agency has the right amount of surrogacy professionals and other staff who are involved with the surrogacy process. These can be the egg donation coordinators from the beginning of your surrogacy journey to the legal teams who will be there throughout the entirety.
Here at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada, we are a full-service surrogacy agency. We will be here for you from the very beginning of your surrogacy process, from when you first call us to when you give birth and give the baby to the intended parents. We have all of the resources for your entire surrogacy journey, so you won’t have to worry about being alone at any point during this part of your life.
This being said, through our agency, we will be there for you from the start. We will be there to match intended parents with you and have one-on-one consultations with you two before the entire process starts. We will be there when you are taking the medications to get your body ready for the IVF treatment and the embryo transfer and during the medical and psychological screenings. We will be there at every doctor’s appointment until the birth. We will be there while any legal documents are being signed. We will also be there when the baby is given to the intended parents and afterward for professional counseling if needed by any member of the surrogacy. We will be there every step of the way.
Partial service surrogacy agencies in Nevada don’t have the resources or the staff to support all parties of the surrogacy journey from the beginning until the end. Although they may help intended parents get matched with a surrogate and start that process, they will not support the entire pregnancy, birth, or the handing off of the baby to the intended parents.
How Do I Find a Surrogacy Agency in Nevada?
Understanding which surrogacy agencies in Nevada are near you is trustworthy and which licenses are important. You want to get into the best agency that will be good for you as a surrogate mother and make the process as smooth as possible. We understand that you don’t know everything about the surrogacy process if you are going through the surrogacy journey for the first time. We want to put ease into your mind when starting your surrogacy process.
Looking at your state’s surrogacy agencies, local to you or not is the first step. You can connect with them and ask as many questions as you want. We are here for you 24/7 if you have a question about the surrogacy process, compensation, how legalities work with the process, or anything at all!
Finding out which agencies are full or partial serviced agencies is important to fit your needs right now. You also want to make sure that you trust them in guiding you through this process. The surrogacy process is a very vulnerable process, and we know how it can make surrogate mothers feel.
As a surrogacy agency ourselves, we want you to feel comfortable with everyone in the process. From the surrogate professional you connect with at the start to the doctors who help you through all of the treatments and medications that you have to take to the intended parents for who you will be carrying their baby. We understand that being so vulnerable to strangers can feel scary, but they won’t be strangers once you start your surrogacy journey.
Surrogacy Agency’s Sole Importance is the Surrogate Mother
When you are thinking about starting your own surrogacy journey and getting in touch with a surrogacy agency like us, Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada, you might be worried about the start of a new process in your life. Surrogacy agencies are here for surrogate mothers. All we want to do is make sure that you are taken care of, comfortable throughout the entire process, and getting the treatment you deserve.
You are the only reason why surrogacy is happening. If it wasn’t for you being the surrogate mother, the intended parents wouldn’t have their own child. There are so many intended parents who are unable to conceive on their own for several reasons. Surrogate mothers are the most important thing in their lives. You will always be the top priority with surrogacy agencies.
We want you to feel important throughout the entire process. You can choose surrogacy at any point before you turn 40 and give intended parents a child they’ve been dreaming for. Contact us at any time with any questions, and we will be more than glad to help! There is so much to surrogacy agencies, but the surrogate mothers are the heart of them.
Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada has been providing adoption and surrogacy services across Nevada since 2012. You can call us to speak to someone now. Contact Us 24/7: 855-940-4673 (Toll-Free) | 702-474-4673 (Las Vegas) | 775-825-4673 (Reno) | 775-738-4673 (Elko) | 775-884-4673 (Carson City).
Meet the Author: Molly Allington is an aspiring author born and raised in Syracuse, New York. When she’s not watching her latest Netflix obsession, you can find her nose deep in a book or in her writing. She has been writing books since she was twelve and is in the process of trying to get her finished books published. Molly has a BA in Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University. With her writing, she is hoping to share supportive information and help as many people as possible. Once she starts her own family, she is wanting to adopt.