Being a Surrogate Mother: Be Careful What You Eat!

There are certain requirements that applicants need to meet to become a surrogate mother. One of them is BMI, which is calculated from an individual’s height and weight. Surrogacy agencies usually use this number to accurately screen applicants for weight-related health issues, like diabetes, that can lead to complications during pregnancy. But how much of

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