Separate Professional Teams For Surrogate And Intended Parents

While both the surrogate and the intended parents share some common goals, such as the goal of creating and delivering a baby, they could find themselves with opposing viewpoints and concerns. For this reason, the surrogate and the intended parents should have their own separate professional teams for legal, medical, and counseling advice and treatment. This way both parties can be properly represented should a conflict occur.

Of course, the fertility specialist must deal with both the surrogate and the intended parents because that doctor will perform the ART as part of the surrogacy services. However, the surrogate should obtain obstetrical care from a physician who is not involved with the intended parents in any way. This allows the surrogate to feel comfortable during pregnancy and delivery with a doctor of her own choosing.

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