Medical check-ups are performed periodically during pregnancy to study the evolution of the pregnancy and rule out possible problems in the surrogate and / or the fetus.
In addition to monitoring the weight, heart and blood pressure of the surrogate, the gynecologist performs routine tests and ultrasounds. Genetic tests are used to detect genetic anomalies, especially in risky pregnancies.
Read the full article on: Surrogate Medical Follow-Up Before and During Pregnancy ( 57).
By Amalia Bayonas MD (psychologist), Andrea Rodrigo (embryologist), Cristina Mestre (embryologist) and Marie Tusseau (babygest staff).
Last Update: 04/12/2019