First Trimester Tips for Surrogate Moms

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

Want to Become a Surrogate? Questions to Consider on Bonding

  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.

Understanding the Risk of Surrogacy Twins

Surrogacy can be a physically demanding and emotional journey. But the impact that you have on a family’s life and the joy that you bring them is priceless. However, some Intended Parents feel that having multiple pregnancies will help save them both time and money. Today, we will discuss the known risks and costs associated

Helpful Tips for Feeding Your Surrogate-Born Miracle

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

Do Surrogates Develop an Attachment With the Baby?

Do Surrogates Get Attached to the Baby? This is probably the most common question surrounding gestational surrogacy. At times it’s a big concern of the intended parents or the general population who try to understand such a selfless act. The key is realizing that, surrogacy isn’t giving up a child, instead it’s giving the child

Top Reasons to Use a Surrogate

Starting a family is a wonderful time in anyone’s life. However, there are many people who want to start a family, but, for some reason or another, are unable to become pregnant. Many couples and individuals take the surrogacy route.   Types of Surrogacy There are two main options when it comes to surrogacy, traditional

5 truths (and myths) all about surrogacy process

Surrogacy Process Surrogacy, especially gestational surrogacy, is extremely misunderstood despite how many people its helped. You may have heard wild claims about surrogates and surrogacy and we hope to address these myths. Myth: The child is related to the surrogate Truth: A common question is, “Does a surrogate mother transfer DNA to the baby?”

How much do surrogates get paid?

How Does Surrogacy Work Surrogacy provides couples and individuals the opportunity to become parents where otherwise may not be possible. Surrogacy is a selfless sacrifice, which can provide a lifetime of happiness for both the intended parents and the child. Because of this we believe surrogates should be rewarded and celebrated through a generous compensation

How to Find a Surrogate Mother

So, you’ve decided to explore the surrogacy option to help build your family. Finding the right woman to carry your child can be overwhelming.  Luckily, doing your research and speaking to individuals who've been through surrogacy before will help alleviate your fears. We’ve made this decision process even easier for you. Here’s a simple guide

22 Surrogacy Terms To Know

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