Infertility & Surrogacy - What Are the Medical Reasons for Surrogacy?
Surrogacy or surrogate motherhood may be an infertile couple's first choice or a last resort for certain medical reasons. Absence of uterus, uterine anomalies, contraindication to pregnancy, serious medical conditions, or a biologic inability to conceive and bear a child are some causes. Read more
What Is a Surrogate Mother? - Everything You Should Know
A surrogate mother or gestational carrier is a woman who becomes pregnant by means of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with the purpose of carrying a child for someone else. Becoming a surrogate requires a series of previous steps in order to make sure that you are healthy and prepared to give the gift of live to others. Read more
Medical Contraindications to Pregnancy - When to Use a Surrogate
Some conditions are considered contraindications to pregnancy and women who suffer from them may need to use a surrogate to have children. Examples of them include cardiovascular diseases (CVD), autoimmune diseases, neurological diseases, blood clotting disorders, etc. Read more
Surrogacy FAQs - 12 Common Questions for Intended Parents
What is surrogacy? Is the surrogate the biological mother? How long does the process take? Surrogacy is a challenging fertility treatment that can be a bit overwhelming for hopeful intended parents. For this reason, we have gathered the 12 most common questions about surrogacy for commissioning parents. Read more