There are a number of reasons why you may be considering becoming a surrogate. You might feel that your family is complete and you want to help others grow theirs. To prevent any future unplanned pregnancies, you may have taken permanent measures like getting a hysterectomy. Or maybe you suffered from a medical condition like endometriosis and wanted relief, but are now interested in becoming a surrogate.
We’re here to help you understand the complexities of surrogacy after a hysterectomy. From understanding the intricacies of hysterectomy procedures to discussing the limitations they present regarding surrogacy, our goal is to provide you with clarity as you navigate the possibility of becoming a surrogate after a hysterectomy.
To learn how you can make a difference in someone’s life, contact us online now to speak with a specialist.
What is a Hysterectomy?
A hysterectomy is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of the uterus, and in some cases, other reproductive organs like the cervix, ovaries and fallopian tubes. This procedure is usually considered when dealing with severe medical conditions such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, cancer or persistent pelvic pain.
There are various types of hysterectomies, each differing in the extent of organ removal:
Total Hysterectomy: Removes the entire uterus and the cervix.
Partial Hysterectomy: Removes only a portion of the uterus, leaving the cervix intact.
Radical Hysterectomy: Removes the uterus, cervix and surrounding tissue.
Can You Be a Surrogate After a Hysterectomy?
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to become a surrogate after you’ve undergone a hysterectomy. The removal of the uterus means there is no longer a viable place for a baby to develop during a pregnancy. This makes it not possible for those to become a surrogate after a hysterectomy.
We understand the desire to change lives through surrogacy, and it’s a heroic decision to want to help others experience the joys of parenthood. Although becoming a surrogate after a hysterectomy is not possible, know that we will do everything we can to help you feel supported as you consider other options.
You can learn more about the surrogacy medical process here.
Alternatives to Becoming a Surrogate After a Hysterectomy
Just because it isn’t possible to become a surrogate after a hysterectomy doesn’t mean you can’t become a hero in someone else’s story. If you know anyone who would make a good surrogate candidate, you can earn $5,000 just for referring a friend. Here’s how our referral program works:
Step 1: Refer a friend who you believe will make a great surrogate.
Step 2: Your friend will go through our initial screening.
Step 3: Once approved, she will join our program and match with intended parents.
Step 4: You’ll receive $5,000 in referral fees within 30 days of the embryo transfer.
We know how important it is for you to contribute to the life-changing journey of becoming a surrogate after a hysterectomy. If another professional offers a higher referral fee, then let us know. We’re committed to offering the highest compensation possible for the generous service you’re providing.
While it isn’t possible to become a surrogate after a hysterectomy, there are still ways you can support surrogacy to positively impact the lives of a couple who has dreamed of becoming parents. Your willingness to consider surrogacy as a way to help others is admirable and we’re dedicated to helping you receive the highest compensation for your referral.
If you have more questions about our referral program or surrogacy after a hysterectomy, contact us today. If you’re ready to refer a friend for surrogacy, have them text us at 913-204-0224 and make sure they mention your name.