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Surrogate Mothers Inc --Alternatives to Infertility Since 1984
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If you’re a first time intended parent, the process of finding a surrogate mother can be confusing and overwhelming. Here are some simple tips on communicating with your potential surrogate. Start to foster the beginning of a great relationship should she choose to be your carrier.

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An open surrogacy is one of the most debated topics in the surrogate community today. It can be difficult for a family to choose whether they want an open surrogacy or a closed one. It truly is up to each of the intended parents and the woman chosen as their surrogate. Here’s what you should know about open (and closed) surrogacy.

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Surrogacy is often depicted negatively in the media, mainly in the form of news stories when a surrogacy arrangement goes wrong. Unfortunately, the media frequently paints a disparaging picture of surrogacy without actually showing its reality. Here’s how media gets surrogacy wrong.

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Undoubtedly, surrogacy is a big commitment. Not only is it a physical commitment, it’s an emotional one as well. Intended parents want to be certain that their chosen surrogate is completely, 100% on board with becoming a surrogate and seeing the process through to the finish line. Here’s what you need to know about how surrogate mothers are screened and prepared for surrogacy.

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Deciding to pursue surrogacy to grow your family is an exciting time. At the same time, choosing a surrogate mother to bring your child into this world can be an overwhelming task. Here are 5 simple tips for choosing a surrogate and how to get the help and support you need as you explore surrogacy to have the family you always wanted.

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Surrogacy laws vary from state to state. The laws are overwhelming for families trying to understand how surrogacy works and whether or not it is the right option for them. Here’s a guide to some of the surrogacy laws across the U.S.

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A surrogate mother must have had a previously successful pregnancy. Why? First, she needs to know that she can successfully conceive. It would be quite ironic if a woman volunteered to become a surrogate only to find out that she, herself, was infertile. Second, a woman needs to understand what is going to happen with her body, both physically and emotionally during and after the pregnancy. Although prior pregnancies can help new surrogates anticipate the process, there are some differences that mothers need to be aware of. Here’s what you can generally expect during a surrogate pregnancy.

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Surrogacy may seem like something celebrities do, or an alternative used by elite families, or when the mother of a child doesn’t want to be physically pregnant. However, the reality is that surrogacy can be used by many different kinds of families for many different reasons.

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Is surrogacy right for you? This is a difficult decision, and many different factors need consideration, such as who will be the biological mother and father of the child, the kind of relationship you’ll with your surrogate, what to tell family members, etc. But there are also financial matters to be addressed. In fact, financial issues are often a barrier to surrogacy for many people. Here are some creative ideas for financing surrogacy and growing your family.

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If you’re interested in becoming a gestational surrogate, it’s natural to have questions about the process. Here’s what you need to know about the steps to become pregnant in a gestational surrogacy.
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