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Meet Whitney Hall – Care Coordinator, Surrogate Solutions Whitney Hall recently joined Surrogate Solutions as a Care Coordinator. She works with intended parents (IPs) and gestational carriers once they have been matched to guide and support them throughout the surrogacy process – from the initial medical screening to the pregnancy and delivery. Like many of… Read more »

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Written by: Hillary Redwine   When we talk about the surrogacy experience, it is typically from the perspective of the gestational carrier (GC). But surrogacy impacts the entire family, not just the woman carrying the baby. Having a committed partner to support her along the way and share in the experience of helping intended parents… Read more »

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Written by: Hillary Redwine   Meg Watwood truly has a servant’s heart. A two-time surrogate and mom of four, Meg loves helping intended parents create their families and views surrogacy as another way she can serve others. She was drawn to surrogacy after she and her husband struggled to conceive following the birth of their… Read more »

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Why do you want to be a surrogate? This is one of the first questions we ask our gestational carriers during the application process. Oftentimes they will mention a family member or friend who has experienced infertility. Other times, it is simply that as mothers themselves, they cannot imagine what it would be like not… Read more »

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Being a gestational carrier (or surrogate) is an incredible way to help a family. Many women who serve as gestational carriers are motivated to help intended parents because, as mothers themselves, they cannot imagine what it would be like to not have a child, and they want to give that gift to another person. Being… Read more »

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Leukemia, Lymphoma, Tumor, Blood Disorders, Cancer, Immune Disorders, Metabolic Disorders… How are we going to save our children from all these diseases?? It’s estimated that a patient in the US is diagnosed with a blood cancer every 3 minutes!! And children are more likely to get blood cancer due to the environmental factors, radiations,  chemicals… Read more »

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Shared from: Robyn Horsager-Boehrer, M.D.Obstetrics & Gynecology On the path to parenthood, surrogacy is becoming an increasingly popular option for those who can’t carry their own pregnancy. In the U.S., the number of embryo transfer procedures using assisted reproductive technology and gestational surrogates nearly tripled in eight years, from 1,957 in 2007 to 5,521 in 2016. In these… Read more »

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    We help Intended Parents Create Happy Families via Egg Donation & Surrogacy  with the help of  caring Egg Donors & Surrogates.  Why use an agency, Surrogate Requirements, Can I be a Surrogate?, Facts about Surrogacy, Information on surrogacy,  What our agency can offer you , Surrogacy FAQs, Families who need you, Learn more, Apply now. 

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Written by: Karen Persis As an attorney who specializes in surrogacy in Florida, I have had the opportunity of representing many Intended Parents as well as Gestational Surrogates in the legal process. Frequently with Gestational Surrogates, their reproductive lawyer might be the first lawyer they have ever engaged for legal services. That might seem a… Read more »

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Written by: Jenna Sherman of Parent-Leaders. It’s likely that your whole family is excited about school starting again in the fall. However, sending kids to school while virus transmission is still a concern could be a challenge for parents. Fortunately, there are some important steps you can take to help prepare you and your kids for the… Read more »