Are There Surrogate Travel Restrictions?

If you’re interested in becoming a surrogate, then here’s what you need to know about surrogate travel restrictions.

Becoming a surrogate can be one of the most life-changing journey’s you’ll ever embark on. When you begin the  surrogacy process, you have a hand in giving hopeful intended parents the gift of having a child. To ensure the safety and success of everyone involved, there are qualifications you must meet in order to become a surrogate.

We prioritize the well-being of both you and the precious life you carry. When it comes to traveling during a surrogacy journey, understanding the potential surrogate travel restrictions can help you navigate your pregnancy with confidence.

To see if you’re eligible to be a surrogate, contact us online now or text us at 913-204-0224 to speak directly with a specialist.

Are There Surrogate Travel Restrictions?

While there are no surrogate travel restrictions when you work with our agency, some medical professionals may advise against travel during the later stages of pregnancy. Some surrogate travel restrictions revolve around the potential health risks for you and the baby especially if unforeseen circumstances lead to an early delivery.

Your surrogacy specialist might recommend incorporating travel restrictions into the surrogacy contract after a certain stage in the pregnancy. These surrogate travel restrictions are there to safeguard the health of all parties involved and ensures necessary precautions are taken should any situations arise.

Can Intended Parents Set Surrogate Travel Restrictions?

Some intended parents might set their own preferences regarding your surrogate travel. These preferences may be discussed and outline when your surrogate contract is drafted. Clear communication and mutual understanding can help you establish a relationship with the intended parents.

This can make it easier for you to navigate any surrogate travel restrictions they may set early on. These restrictions aren’t meant to hold you back but are there to protect you and the baby’s well-being. Regardless of what is outlined in the surrogacy contract, it’s important to talk to your doctor before any surrogate travel. This helps ensure that both you and the baby are healthy enough to travel.

Tips for Traveling as a Surrogate

Although there are no surrogate travel restrictions in place when you work with us, there are some tips we recommend to help you stay safe as you travel.

  • Prioritize Comfort: Choose comfortable clothing and footwear for your surrogate travel.

  • Stay Hydrated and Snack Smart: Keep hydrated and pack healthy snacks to maintain energy levels.

  • Move and Stretch: Regularly move around and perform light stretches to avoid any muscle stiffness and blood clots.

  • Plan Adequate Rest: Schedule breaks during the trip to rest and relax.

  • Communicate With The Intended Parents: Make sure to keep the intended parents in the loop and if you’re not traveling to meet them, make sure to keep them updated on any extensive travel you may have planned.

Understanding the dynamics of surrogate travel restrictions is vital for your safety and well-being. While we don’t enforce any travel restrictions, we emphasize the importance of open communication and prioritize your health and safety throughout this life-changing journey.

We’re dedicated to helping you become a hero in someone else’s story. Contact us online now or text us at 913-204-0224to be a part of this life-changing journey.