What is Cord Blood?

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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 »

Preparing Your Kids for Returning to School

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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 »

The one where they are pregnant

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If you follow us on social media, you have have seen our post about the sweetest couple Josh & Nicole. They allowed us to SHARE their story, in hopes of finding a surrogate. Their story was shared over 110 times & resulted in finding an amazing surrogate.   They had their transfer June 21. If… Read more »

How do Escrow providers differ in Surrogacy Arrangements?

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How do Escrow providers differ in Surrogacy Arrangements? The services that escrow providers offer vary greatly between providers. Some of the most significant differences fall into one or more of the following areas: Fund Management vs. Fund Holding Fund Management is an escrow arrangement in which disbursement requests are submitted to the escrow provider by the… Read more »

Why surrogates should select their own attorney

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Written by: Stefan Beuge, Esq Florida, California, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Nevada (to name a few) all law requires a legal contract between a surrogate and a Commissioning Intended Parent(s). Like any other contract, a surrogacy contract describes each party’s rights and obligations and governs the relationship of the parties. An attorney for the Commissioning Intended… Read more »

Coronavirus Reference Guide and Resources for Assisted Reproduction

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Written by: by Stephanie Bodolay http://www.bodolaylaw.com/contact/ This reference guide is meant for those persons that are going through Assisted Reproductive Services during the current COVID19 pandemic. Please note that this is not a substitution for a legal consult, which you should obtain from your attorney for your particular case. Additionally, the circumstances and current guidelines are changing… Read more »

Becoming a family of 4

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Hilton and Juan were married four years ago and they knew that they wanted to have a family. They first contacted Egg Donor Solutions about three years ago. They said the entire team was very educational, resourceful, professional and compassionate. They appreciated that the egg donor database was continuously updated and that the donors profiles… Read more »

What Surrogate’s Kids Think

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  Most Surrogates get asked what they told their kids and how their kids feel about them being surrogates. We recently asked our current carriers and here are some of their responses. Courtney says: My girls think it’s awesome now and love to tell people that mommy’s having a baby for another family. My 3… Read more »

Welcome Kayla

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We would like to welcome Kayla, our newest team member. Kayla is Surrogate Educator with Surrogate Solutions. Kayla has a business background and she owned her own business for several years before joining the team at Surrogate Solutions.  Kayla has a friend who was a surrogate through Surrogate Solutions, and Kayla had the opportunity to… Read more »

Injection Tips

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Part of this amazing journey is preparing your body for the embryo transfer. This is done through specific medications and monitoring your cycle so the embryo transfer can occur on the optimal date. Aren’t medicine and science amazing?!?! At this point, the clinic and your coordinator will work out your treatment calendar and you will… Read more »