6 Frequently Asked Questions From Gestational Surrogates

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Becoming a gestational surrogate can be a rewarding experience; however, as with any new experience, it can be a little scary. You may have questions before you undertake your surrogacy journey, which the experts at Surrogate Solutions are happy to answer for you, but we wanted to share a few of the most common questions… Read more »

The Benefits of a Doula During Surrogacy

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A doula can provide support to you as a gestational surrogate, preparing you for and guiding you through the birthing process. Even though you’ve been through it before, every pregnancy, labor and delivery is different. Your doula can act as your advocate, seeing that your birthing plan is followed, and the process proceeds as smoothly… Read more »

The Quick-Read Guide to Surrogacy Terms and Abbreviations

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When you first begin to investigate surrogacy, you may be overwhelmed by the number of terms and abbreviations you might have never heard before. Whether you’re considering creating your family through surrogacy or thinking about becoming a surrogate yourself, there’s a lot to learn. Here’s a quick guide to some of the most common terms:… Read more »

Is Your Spouse Considering Becoming a Gestational Surrogate? Here’s What You Need to Know

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If your spouse or significant other is thinking about being a gestational surrogate, they are going to need a lot of support from family, friends and especially you. Are you ready? Here’s what you need to know. Your support isn’t optional Many surrogacy agencies require you to sign off on the surrogacy agreement before the… Read more »

Unexpected Ways Surrogacy Will Change Your Life

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No one knows better than the founder and Surrogacy Program Director of Surrogate Solutions, Gayle Garrett, the many ways surrogacy can change the lives of both gestational surrogates and intended parents. Today we are talking with Gayle about some of the surprises surrogacy can bring and the impact it can have on everyone it touches…. Read more »

Gestational Surrogacy Stats in the United States

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Gestational Surrogacy is on the rise in the U.S. for a variety of reasons. It’s become more widely accepted nationwide. There is a greater understanding of what is involved. Medical technology has improved, offering surrogacy as an option to greater numbers of couples and individuals wishing to have families. Here are a few recent statistics… Read more »

6 Signs You Haven’t Found the Right Surrogacy Agency Yet

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When you consider becoming a gestational surrogate, one of the most important things is choosing the right surrogacy agency. You need an agency that makes you feel valued and appreciated. One you can trust to guide you through the journey from start to finish with your best interests in mind. Consider these six signs that… Read more »

Embryo Grading and Gestational Surrogacy: What You Need to Know

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There is a lot of planning and research that goes into gestational surrogacy. Many thoughts about surrogacy revolve around emotions and relationships such as the heartbreak of infertility and the importance of trust and a connection between the surrogate, the agency, and the intended parents. But one of the most essential factors to understand is… Read more »

Gestational Surrogacy Books to Add to Your Library

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For many parents-to-be, reading is an important part of nesting. This sentiment rings even louder for many Intended Parents considering Gestational Surrogacy as the answer to creating the family of their dreams. If you are looking to add some of the most helpful and informational books on Gestational Surrogacy to your personal library, begin by… Read more »

What is Gestational Surrogacy?

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Pregnancy is a very special time for many women. Even after one’s family is complete, it is not uncommon for some women to express how much they enjoyed being pregnant in the past and even miss it. For women who have had healthy, enjoyable pregnancies, yet recognize they are finished having children of their own,… Read more »