How Surrogates and Intended Parents are Matched in Nevada
Are you thinking about applying to become a surrogate or an intended parent in NV? Then you probably have a lot of questions about surrogacy, one of them being how aresurrogates and intended parents matched in NV?The matching process can seem like a challenging part of the surrogacy journey. At Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada, we do everything we can to ensure that the proper match is made between surrogates and intended parents so that the pregnancy may be a healthy, safe, and successful one.
- Background Check
Both the surrogate and intended parents must fill out an initial application when beginning the surrogacy journey in Nevada. This is part of the surrogacy process, so we can learn more about your background and the reasons why you are interested in using surrogacy to grow your own family or becoming a surrogate mother yourself.
We will ask you about your social history. It is important for us to get a clear picture of your social life and personality to ensure that surrogacy is the best choice for you. These questions can also help in the matching process when it comes to personality fits.
An in-home assessment may also need to take place to ensure that the environment in which the surrogate mother will be living, along with the home in which the child will be raised, is safe and suitable. Criminal and credit background checks will also be conducted. At Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada, we do everything we can to ensure that the surrogacy journey is safe and healthy for everyone involved.
- Health Check
Health assessments will also occur in order for the surrogacy process to move forward. Medical and family history details will need to be submitted by the gestational carriers and the intended parents. Physiological assessments will also be conducted for the intended parents and surrogate mothers. It is important to ensure that intended parents and surrogates are mentally and physically healthy enough to undergo the surrogacy journey before the matching process begins.
The Surrogacy Matching Process in Nevada
After the background and health checks have been completed and both the intended parents and surrogate mothers are ready to move forward on their surrogacy journey, the matching process can begin. Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevadawill help match intended parents with surrogate mothers. We create extensive profiles of gestational carriers, including photos. Everything is kept anonymous until a final match is made.
You will be matched based on your personalities, expectations for communication during the surrogacy journey, location, number of embryonic transfers, and views on selective reduction or termination. We will take into account specific requirements when it comes to matching from both the intended parents and the surrogate mother to make sure everyone is satisfied with the match. Once the match has been finalized, the gestational surrogacy process can begin.
How are Surrogates and Intended Parents Matched in NV?
At Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada, we work to ensure that the matching process runs smoothly and efficiently, so everyone involved is satisfied with the match. Extensive background and health checks are conducted to ensure that both the intended parents and surrogates are emotionally, physically, and financially ready for the surrogacy journey. As you can see, there are a lot of factors that go into the matching process, but we are here to guide you every step of the way through the surrogacy process.
Are you interested in becoming a surrogate or wish to apply as an intended parent?
Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Nevada has been providing adoption and surrogacy services across Nevada since 2012. You can also 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).
Hunter Frederick is a graduate of Siena College with a degree in English and a Theatre Certificate. She is the co-author of the virtual reality play, Paneless, along with the play, the Little Vagabond, based on William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience. She is also the co-author of a historical play, Yours, for the Oppressed, based on the lives of Albany Abolitionists, Harriet and Stephen Myers, who toured Underground Railroad Sites of New York State.
In her free time, you can find Hunter cooking in the kitchen while listening to Musical Theatre songs.