After a Miscarriage: Coping as a Surrogate

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For any woman, a miscarriage can be a heart-wrenching experience, but for a gestational surrogate, there is the added worry she has let down the intended parents and the surrogacy agency. It’s important, however, not to blame yourself. Miscarriage is one of those things you simply can’t control and happens to almost every woman. Here… Read more »

Can You be Declined from Being a Gestational Surrogate?

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For many women, becoming a surrogate is a dream come true. Many surrogates have expressed that although their family was complete, they missed being pregnant and wanted the opportunity to give another family the gift of a child; these feelings are not uncommon. While becoming a surrogate is an extremely rewarding journey, it is also… Read more »

Gestational Diabetes and Surrogacy: What This Means For You

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Just like traditional pregnancies, surrogate pregnancies run the risk of developing gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes is a condition characterized by high blood sugar or glucose levels that happen for the first time when a woman is pregnant and goes away after the baby is born. Almost all women have some degree of impaired glucose intolerance… Read more »

Texas Surrogate Shares Her Story

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Making the decision to become a Surrogate is the first step of a rewarding journey. For Melissa, her path to becoming a Surrogate began when she became pregnant with her first son and then turned into a reality after her second son was born. Feeling the joy of motherhood made Melissa think about all the… Read more »