How to Become a Surrogate in Oregon

Surrogate in Oregon

Surrogacy is a rewarding and beautiful experience. There are few things more selfless than sharing your time and body to help someone else in need. The ability and desire to help another family by providing the gift of life attests to your character, compassion, and integrity. Future Parent Options provides people all over the world with the opportunity to become parents and supports those that want to make a difference in the lives of others. Though based in Portland, Oregon, Future Parent Options considers themselves a global agency that helps families expand both in the United States and internationally.

Surrogate mothers provide an opportunity for individuals to have children that would otherwise be unable to. They are a blessing to people everywhere longing to experience all that comes with building a family. Though surrogate mothers must be altruistic by nature, they are compensated well for their service. Future Parent Options compensates surrogate mothers up to $60,000 plus benefits and gifts. Applicants who are accepted can qualify for a $1,000 signing bonus, as well as housekeeping allowance, and health and life insurance.

If you are thinking about becoming a surrogate, you must meet a few basic requirements.

To be eligible to become a surrogate in Oregon through Future Parent Options, the following statements must apply to you:

  • I am 21 to 38 years old.

  • I am a United States citizen or legal resident.

  • I am a healthy non-smoker, and I don’t use tobacco in any form.

  • I have a BMI below 32.

  • I am the mother of one or more children.

  • I am NOT currently taking antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications.

  • I have NOT had more than three C-sections.

If you meet the qualifications, you might consider becoming a surrogate. The next step is to simply fill out an application on the Future Parent Options website. The application will go over your lifestyle, pregnancy, medical, and work history. It Is important that you answer every question honestly, as we use this application to find a match for appropriate future parents.

How to Become a Surrogate in Oregon

The entire process from the time a surrogate’s application is accepted, to the time of birth could take anywhere from fourteen to seventeen months. So, while patience is key, the team at Future Parent Options makes the journey smooth, and you can rest assured that everyone involved will be taken care of the entire time.

Once a potential surrogate mothers application is accepted, they’ll receive a call from one of the highly-trained staff members at Future Parent Options, to answer any questions and request additional information if necessary. We will provide the surrogate mother and the future parent(s) with detailed information to ensure all parties involved are comfortable before moving forward. If the surrogate mother and the future parents are in agreement, a meeting will be scheduled for a time that is convenient for everyone. The meeting can be held via phone, Skype, WeChat, or in person. The purpose of this first meeting will be for both parties to develop a partnership with one another and outline all expectations.

Required Medical Screening and Psychological Evaluation

Surrogate mother in Oregon

Potential surrogate mothers are screened to ensure they are physically and psychologically fit to embark on the arduous journey that is carrying someone else’s unborn child. Lab work may include blood tests, urinalysis, PAP smear, and a drug screen. The physical will assess your overall health, and to further determine you are fit for pregnancy, a vaginal ultrasound and hysteroscopy may be necessary. The psychological evaluation and medical screening is a measure we take to ensure the safety of both the surrogate and the baby.

The IVF Process and Embryo Transfer

Typically, a surrogate will begin taking medication a month prior to the embryo transfer. All costs will be covered, of course, and a surrogate’s only requirement is to follow the doctor’s orders for medications and other health-related recommendations. Whether the embryo transfer is fresh or frozen, the process only takes a matter of minutes. Most surrogates will be ordered to take it easy for about 24 hours after the embryo transfer. Ten to fourteen days after the transfer, a blood test will confirm the pregnancy, and the journey will truly begin.

Being a Surrogate in Oregon

If you’re interested in becoming a surrogate mother, Future Parent Options is a wonderful choice. Our team of professionals keeps everything running smoothly, and you will be taken care of throughout your journey. Our agency not only provides high compensation and great benefits, but we also make dreams come true, and giving women the power to help others who want nothing more than to start a family. Sarah, a surrogate for Future Parent Options had this to say about the program:

“Being a surrogate has been the most rewarding and gratifying experience of my life. I am glad that I approached Future Parent Options and they gave me the chance to help these families.”

By becoming a surrogate mother for Future Parent Options, you’re making another person’s dream of being a parent, a reality. Giving someone else the opportunity to expand their family is a beautiful, selfless act that will change your entire perspective of the world. Future Parent Options will support you every step of the way. From financial compensation and life insurance to emotional support, you will have someone there for you throughout the entire journey.

For women who want to make a difference in the lives of others, consider becoming a surrogate through Future Parent Options. Your heart will grow more than you ever thought possible, and you will change the lives of an entire family forever.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach out at any time by phone, email or live chat.