First of all, it is a beautiful thought of thinking to become a surrogate mother and my humble appreciation to all those females who would like to associate them with such a wonderful cause to help infertile couples in a big way.
Becoming a surrogate mother is not an easy decision as it needs full support from your family and also you should accept the fact that you are only renting your womb without having any emotional feelings for the baby to be born.
As seen nowadays, Infertility is also commonly seen in male partners as well in contrast to females who were earlier to be blamed for not able to conceive a child. Today, infertility is hitting many couples around the world mainly because of changes in lifestyle which includes late marriages, eating, drinking habits etc.
Biologically, after the age of 30 infertility problem happens among most of the females. It is then they choose surrogacy wherein another woman carry the baby and give birth to him.
If you are thinking to become a surrogate mother then indeed, it is the wonderful opportunity you are getting to help someone who needs you the most in this lifetime. Keeping in mind also, when we do good for others it will come back to us in unexpected ways.
Secondly, by becoming a surrogate mother you are helping to realize the dream of the childless couple and giving them a precious gift of having their own child.
Thirdly, you will gain financially and support your own family to grow. You can also utilize this amount in various ways and to fulfill your dreams like completing your education or starting a new business venture or even purchasing a home for yourself.
There are many good healthcare agencies organizing surrogacy programs. If you wish to work for such a good cause then you should contact them and understand the whole program. With help of a medical expert having good experience can guide you through the whole process.
Ravi Sharma is the director at ARTbaby Global (ARThealthcare). And a successful pharmacist and a marketer. He loves to write about IVF, Surrogacy and other ART (assisted reproductive technology) news, issues, and updates. He is a Pharmacy graduate (B. Pharm) and M.B.A (marketing).