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Does the surrogate mother share DNA with the baby? When considering if starting a family through surrogacy is the right decision for you and your partner, a question that may come up is if the surrogate mother will share DNA with your newborn baby. In today’s blog we will go over this question to better
So, you’ve decided to start your journey to becoming a surrogate mother, congratulations! Now, most likely, your next decision is which surrogacy agency are you planning on having represent you. Having the right surrogacy agency represent you can be very beneficial as that agency will walk you through
Chances are, if you are reading this article, you are considering if becoming a surrogate mother is the right decision for you. Choosing to become a surrogate mother is a big, life-changing decision that should only be made after you have given it a lot of thought. Although we can not make the decision
One of the more common questions we get asked by our new surrogates is if there are any diet recommendations, or restrictions, they should be aware of throughout their pregnancy. For any pregnancy, including those through surrogacy, it is important to maintain a healthy diet for both you and the baby. Unlike
Third-Party reproduction using a known Oocyte donor, anonymous oocyte donor requires a thorough pre-screening of any oocyte donor prior to IVF. There are three important steps required prior to approval: A psychological examination – in the case of an anonymous egg donor this is arranged for by Creative
It’s a question you may hear often after having a baby, especially in those early years, when the thoughts are still fresh. Tell us your birth story. How long were you in labor? What techniques did your Doula use? What supportive practices did you engage in with your partner? Did you have a partner?