Hello, Intended Parents. If you are reading this article then you are probably thinking about using a surrogate, you might already be having a baby through surrogacy, or maybe just doing your research. Physician’s surrogacy is located in San Diego, CA and has been helping couples and individuals to build their perfect family for more
Why I Agreed to Let My Wife Become a Surrogate I’m in the military, so we move around quite a bit. While my wife is 100% behind my choice of careers, it does make it hard for her to get a job that pays well and has potential growth. We had a
15 Reasons Why I Decided to Become a Surrogate 1. I enjoy giving life, it’s a gift that I relish sharing. Giving birth to my two children were two of the most incredible experiences of my life. It’s still hard to believe I was able to create such perfect little life forms.
Here are 9 things to keep in mind when becoming a surrogate mother: 1. Becoming a Surrogate Mother As you may already know, roughly 12% of the reproductive age population is suffering from infertility in the US. For many of these people, the only option is surrogacy. Fortunately, this is easier than
Gestational Surrogacy Surrogacy rewards couples with unmatched gratification, although its associated vocabulary and terminology can be confusing at times. To sort out this confusion we have prepared a detailed list that includes some of the most common terms you’ll come across during your surrogacy journey. 1. Carrier/Surrogate/Surrogate Mother These terms can be used interchangeably. The
Surrogacy is a generous and selfless act. You have chosen to give a precious gift to those who cannot start a family on their own. However, this does not mean it comes without its challenges. To start you on your journey, Physician’s Surrogacy has come up with the following insider surrogacy tips. Mental and legal