Congrats – You’re Having Multiples! (Don’t Panic)

Posted

There are endless books, blogs and videos for expectant parents that talk about what to expect when one new baby arrives. But what happens when you find out your gestational surrogate is carrying twins, triplets or more? Multiples are not uncommon in surrogacy, and it’s natural to freak out when you hear the news. But… Read more »

Navigating the World of Multiples in Surrogacy

Posted

While today’s IVF procedures typically take a more conservative approach when deciding the number of embryos to be implanted, it’s still possible for a surrogate to carry as many as two or three babies. This can occur because more embryos thrive than anticipated or because the intended parents choose to have multiples. As a surrogate,… Read more »

“And then Our Family Grew by Not 1, but 2 (or 3!)” – Advice for Surrogate Pregnancy with Multiples

Posted

In Vitro Fertilization technology has evolved so much over the years that pregnancies with four, five, six or more babies have become increasingly rare. But twin and triplet pregnancies are still pretty common. Doctors are reluctant to transfer several embryos to the surrogate because multiple child pregnancies bring risks to both the surrogate mother and… Read more »