Fact or Fiction: The Truth About Gestational Surrogacy

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Gestational surrogacy is growing more common each year, but persistent myths continue to swirl around the practice. Here are a few questions you may have heard, along with some answers that will help you separate the fact from the fiction. Do they use my egg? No, the egg will come from the intended mother or… Read more »

Gestational Surrogacy and the Big Decisions around Selective Reduction and Termination

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Perhaps one of the heaviest topics every surrogate and IP will need to address when considering surrogacy is how they feel about termination and selective reduction in pregnancy. Although an unpleasant discussion to have, termination in the case of genetic or medical defects is a topic in which most IPs and surrogates are at least… Read more »

The Affordable Care Act and Gestational Surrogacy – Will it Have an Impact?

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With the Affordable Care Act now in full effect, many United States citizens are learning firsthand how this new law will impact them; however, because of how new the Affordable Care Act still is, many individuals are still figuring out how the act will affect them personally. This sentiment rings especially true in special situations… Read more »

Strategies for Helping Your Surrogate During (and Right After) Transfer

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The time during and immediately following an embryo transfer is critical for both the Surrogate and Intended Parents alike. The embryo transfer is one of the last steps on the journey to becoming pregnant, so it is often a time of both excitement and nervous anticipation for all parties. While there is nothing during the… Read more »