Gestational carriers, popularly known as surrogate mothers, are usually determined, emotionally strong and willing to help.
They must be psychologically prepared to avoid possible future consequences. Therefore, it is important that there be a relationship of trust with the intended parents, since in this way they act based on mutual respect and wellbeing, thus avoiding the possible psychological risks derived from the surrogate pregnancy.
Read the full article on: Being a Surrogate: Psychological Aspects, Risks and Benefits ( 52).
By Cristina Mestre (embryologist), Dr. Joel G. Brasch (gynecologist), Natalia Álvarez (project manager) and Romina Packan (babygest staff).
Last Update: 08/29/2019