If your pregnancy test is negative, then you will stop medications and get a period/menses within a few days. The next steps will be determined by your physician clinic team.
If your pregnancy test is positive, then you will need close monitoring during the first trimester (12 weeks gestation) with regularly scheduled fetal viability ultrasound exams and/or blood tests to evaluate prenatal and pregnancy hormones
At the end of the first trimester most surrogates transfer care to their own obstetrician (OB) or one that has been agreed to
Presumably, your pregnancy will progress routinely after the first-trimester until giving birth
Depending on whether you have a cesarean or vaginal delivery, recovery generally takes 4-8 weeks
If you are willing, then some intended parents may ask you to provide nursing milk for their newborn. This can usually be coordinated through the Surrogacy agency
After the child is born, your relationship with the intended parents and newborn will be guided by you and the parent(s) wishes
It is recommended that you wait approximately one year from giving birth to consider another pregnancy/surrogacy in order to give your body time to completely recuperate and to limit pregnancy risks associated with a short interval-of- pregnancy