The surrogacy process is both daunting and rewarding. Intended Parents need to arm themselves with knowledge before committing to their journey. The vocabulary associated with surrogacy can sometimes be strange and confusing, making the available information less clear. In this post, we will define and explain some of the common terms you should know and
As any experienced gestational surrogate or gestational carrier can tell you, the first trimester (first three months) of pregnancy can be rough. Two weeks after you find that the embryo transfer was successful and you’re pregnant, the excitement of being a surrogate for the first time slowly starts to wear off and the reality of
If you are reading this, chances are very high that you are thinking about becoming a surrogate. However, there are always concerns that you will bond too much with the baby. Intended Parents also share the same concern. Physician’s Surrogacy is here to address some of those concerns and how to deal with them.
During Infertility Treatment Women Suffer Guilt and Stress, By Reminding Her That You Love and Support Her You Can Lift Some of the Burden Infertility treatment can be one of the emotionally charged things a couple can go through and most of the stress and worry is taken on by the woman. It’s not fair,
Infertility is a Battle, You Fight with Everything You Have and Then You Reach Acceptance Infertility is an insidious enemy, it often attacks with no warning and leaves its victims perplexed, angry and sad. So how do you fight an enemy that can rob you of your self-esteem along with your thwarting your biological urge
The Stages of Grief Experienced While Undergoing Infertility Treatment Can Help Prepare You for Life After Infertility and Adoption Most people who go through an adoption have gone through infertility treatment first. This is not because adoption is a “second best” scenario when it comes to becoming parents but because humans are programmed to reproduce
If You’re Trying to Help Someone Who is Trying to Conceive Stay Positive and Supportive When a woman is trying to conceive she, and her partner get all sorts of advice and nosy questions. Most of the time the advice isn’t helpful, and the nosy questions just add to their stress. Here is a list
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