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6 Ways To Handle Stress While Finding A Surrogate in Sacramento

Your fertility journey has likely been one that has been filled with stress – so much so that you feel like it is just part of you at this point. It doesn’t have to be like that – you don’t have to be stressed out when finding a Surrogate in Sacramento, for example. This can come from choosing a surrogacy agency that you trust, working with a team that has experience, and having a really great surrogate.

Even so, many of us will have stress when everything is going exactly according to plan. So how can you handle that stress? Here are some tips for Intended Parents who are anywhere in their journeys:

Think About What You Can Control

There are things we can control in this life and there are things that we cannot control. While you can’t necessarily control the weather on a certain day, you can control how you react. If traffic gets backed up and you miss an appointment, for example, you can feel disappointment but you don’t need to add to that stress by going for fast food for lunch, which will make you feel sick later in the day.

The worst thing you can do in an already stressful situation is adding to that stress by making poor decisions. Every day, think about what is in your control and what isn’t – and go from there.

Get (Healthy) Coping Mechanisms

If you know that you are going to be stressed (and you likely will at some points in the surrogacy journey), you may want to find healthy coping mechanisms. Deep breathing is a great one for people who tend to get stressed when they are in public or in the car.

Other people enjoy going to the gym, working on crafts, reading, dancing, or playing with their dogs. Find what works for you and ensure that you have access to it on a regular basis.

Practice Mindfulness

Mindfulness doesn’t have to be meditation, but it can be. Essentially, it is taking a few moments and checking in on yourself – no looking at your phone, no outside stimuli, no other people. Breathe deeply, focus on how you feel, check in on your mental health, or completely clear your brain.

There are many different ways to be mindful – you just have to find the one that works for you.

Exercise

As mentioned, a healthy coping mechanism is to exercise. It can be as simple as stretching (for those times when you are stressed and at work) or going for a nice, long run on the treadmill. Walking, dancing, and playing group sports can also help you to ease your stress.

Ensure That You Sleep

Once you become a parent, sleep will be something that you covet, so make sure that you get enough now. When we are stressed, many of us actually lose sleep, and then we are even more stressed. It’s a vicious cycle.

Everyone should try to get at least seven or eight hours of sleep per night. If you have trouble, you may want to look into natural methods of inducing sleep, cutting back your time on your phone, or simply buying a new mattress.

Start Writing

For so many people, writing has been the best way to reduce their stress. Whether you want to journal every day for a few minutes or you simply want to take a few seconds to write down a word or intention for the day, if you start writing, you will feel better.

Ready To Start Your Surrogacy Journey? Contact Us Today

Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience that will change your life forever. If you are ready to get started on the surrogacy process, make sure to contact us today. We can help you through the process and explain every step of the way so that you never feel lost or alone – we know this is complicated, and we are here to make it easier.

5 Ways To Handle Stress While Being A Surrogate in California

Stress is a very serious thing, especially for women who are pregnant. If you are a Surrogate in California (or anywhere), the amount of stress that you feel may be immense. The hormones in your body when you are pregnant make it seem like you are under so much stress, at some points, that you need coping mechanisms to help you handle your stress level.

Luckily, we’ve worked with enough Surrogates to know many different ways to handle stress. Here are some of our favorites:

Listen To Your Favorite Music

If you are feeling stressed out during surrogacy, there is nothing better for you to do than put on some music, bust a move, and just de-stress. While some people recommend listening to calming music, and you can certainly do that if it is your favorite, there is nothing wrong with putting on some Post Malone, Taylor Swift, Spice Girls, Cher, Beyonce, Lizzo, or the Hamilton Cast Recording. Whatever music you love to listen to, put it on and feel better.

Talk To A Friend – Or Another Surrogate

If you are really feeling stressed out, sometimes the best thing you can do is simply talk it out with a friend – or, even better in this situation, another Surrogate. When you become a Surrogate in California, you will be connected to a web of women who are going through Surrogacy at the same time you are – and they are there to help you.

Find someone that you can talk to for even a minute, and you will start to feel less stress. Even if you aren’t talking about what is really bothering you, sometimes just gossiping about the latest celebrity divorce, happenings on your favorite reality show, or trend can be enough to reduce some of your stress.

Make Sure You Are Eating Healthy

If you are a Surrogate, you know that eating healthy is essential. However, when we get stressed or overwhelmed with a situation, we tend not to eat well. Try to avoid eating sugary foods or fatty snacks and instead eat healthy foods. Fruits and vegetables have been shown to reduce some of the symptoms of stress and support a healthy brain.

Know That You Set The Boundaries

If you are a Surrogate, you get to determine the boundaries in your relationship with Intended Parents. If you feel like you are getting smothered or overwhelmed by the relationship, make sure to talk to your caseworker who can help to even out the relationship.

Sometimes you just need some time to yourself without the constant attention, and that is fine! Make sure that you don’t just push through your stress here or it may just seem worse.

Know What Is Stress And What Is Caring

Sometimes we misunderstand what we are feeling – if you think you are stressed, you may just be caring. You were selected to be a Surrogate because of your caring nature, so it isn’t a surprise that it comes out now.

productive — or at least inevitable — response to stress. But we mistake worry for action.

Ready To Start Your Surrogacy Journey? Contact Us Today

Finding the right fit can be quite difficult, and as this is a big decision to make taking all the time you need to make those decisions is imperative. We are here for you whenever you make that choice. We are happy to give you more information now or schedule your consultation.

Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience that will change your life forever. If you are ready to get started on the surrogacy process, make sure to contact us today.

The Role Of Vitamins In Pregnancy & San Jose Surrogacy

When you are pregnant, no matter if it is through San Jose surrogacy or you are pregnant for yourself, taking care of your health is so important. While most of us hope to get our vitamin and mineral needs through whole foods and healthy diets, it can be difficult, especially if your stomach just cannot handle certain things.

Just what vitamins can be extremely helpful and which ones can you skip? While this will be determined by your individual health and needs, there are some general recommendations that many organizations and surrogacy centers recommend.

Prenatal Vitamins

Prenatal vitamins are often taken by women who want to get pregnant. When you compare them to a regular women’s multivitamin, they contain more of certain nutrients and are just more potent. Sometimes, we will suggest that surrogates take prenatal vitamins before and during their pregnancies.

Prenatal vitamins are important because they ensure that your body is strong and healthy. They cannot replace a healthy diet, but they can bolster it since most of us do not get what we really need from our foods.

Throughout your pregnancy, prenatal vitamins can help to supplement when you get morning sickness, if you are carrying multiples, or if you cannot eat certain foods because of dietary restrictions, allergies, or you just cannot stomach them.

Calcium, Folic Acid, & Iron

There are a few nutrients that most surrogate mothers cannot get on their own and thus, they need some supplementation.

Calcium is important for a surrogate (and women in general) because it can prevent the loss of bone density during pregnancy. It can also fortify the development of the bones within the baby. With calcium, you may also want to add a Vitamin D supplement to your diet to help with proper absorption.

Folic acid is often recommended to a surrogate because it helps to prevent birth defects, especially the ones that impact the brain and spinal cord development. This type of supplementation is critical within the first few weeks of pregnancy. While many traditional pregnancies aren’t detected at this time, surrogacies are – which is why we suggest taking it early. Even so, folic acid is recommended through at least the first three months of pregnancy.

Of course, you should also supplement a diet filled with folic acid. Work leafy greens, nuts, citrus foods, and beans into your diet.

Finally, iron can help the blood in both the baby and the mother carry oxygen so that the baby continues to develop healthfully.

Iodine

Iodine is another critical nutrient that many women do not get enough of when they are pregnant. However, deficiencies can be extremely detrimental, leading to deafness, stunted growth, and even mental disabilities. Sometimes, it can even result in stillbirth or miscarriage.

Some good sources of iodine include dairy products like milk, yogurt, and cheese, fish (cooked), enriched or fortified grain products (make sure to check the label to ensure this is the case), and iodized salt with discretion.

Ready To Start Your Surrogacy Journey? Contact Us Today

Finding the right fit can be quite difficult, and as this is a big decision to make taking all the time you need to make those decisions is imperative. We are here for you whenever you make that choice. We are happy to give you more information now or schedule your consultation.

Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience that will change your life forever. If you are ready to get started on the surrogacy process, make sure to contact us today.

Managing Social Media During Pregnancy And San Diego Surrogacy

We live in an age where social media is always present, whether or not you are on it. You may not have an Instagram account or a Twitter account, but your friends do and they may take pictures and put them online. Of course, most of us do have Facebook accounts, so social media is never too far. But how can you manage your social media accounts and what gets posted during your San Diego surrogacy (or surrogacy anywhere)?

Or maybe you are really active on social media and don’t want to have to play the “newspaper game” that many people do on sitcoms, where you have to hide your belly. Social media is a great resource for surrogacy – you may have found us through social media – but it can be tricky to navigate what is appropriate and what isn’t for all parties involved.

You Won’t Be Forced To Hide Your Surrogacy

Many women are afraid that they won’t be able to be authentically themselves when they are surrogates, but that isn’t the case. You will be able to take pictures with your family, show off your growing bump, and let people know that you are a surrogate – this is a miraculous gift and it is something to share. Whether your social circle is just the people you know and love or you have thousands of followers from across the world, you will be able to continue what you are doing online.

In fact, we encourage surrogates to take pictures, share their experiences, start blogs, and generally document everything that they can.

What You Cannot Post On Social Media As A Surrogate

When you are a surrogate mother for intended parents, there are some things that you do not want to put on display. Many of these things will be discussed with you, and some of them are negotiable! Some intended parents are fine with information about them being put online (after a certain time) and others do not want their names out there. This is a relationship and conversation you will need to have with your caseworker and the intended parents. Remember that this is reciprocal – the intended parents will have to abide by rules as well.

 

Some things you may need to talk about include:

  • Are both parties comfortable with their names being used in social media posts? How about last names?
  • Are you both comfortable with your photo being shared?
  • Once the child is born, how should that relationship be managed then?
  • Should the intended parents and surrogate be connected by social media?
  • What updates are okay to share, and which ones aren’t?
  • What level of interaction is okay? (Tagging, Mentioning, Liking, Sharing, etc.

 

Using Social Media For Good

If you are a surrogate, no matter where you are, you want connections and relationships with other surrogates who may be dealing with some of the same things you are facing. At EDSI, we ensure that our surrogates have long-lasting, healthy relationships with each other throughout surrogacy and beyond. One way to do this is through social media – you can create Facebook groups, establish group chats, follow each other on Instagram, and so much more.

Still, you will only have to do what you are comfortable doing – no one will force you to do anything.

 

Ready To Start Your Surrogacy Journey? Contact Us Today

Finding the right fit can be quite difficult, and as this is a big decision to make taking all the time you need to make those decisions is imperative. We are here for you whenever you make that choice. We are happy to give you more information now or schedule your consultation.

Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience that will change your life forever. If you are ready to get started on the surrogacy process, make sure to contact us today.

The Role Meditation Plays in San Francisco Surrogacy

Many people have been preaching about the benefits of meditation – and it is certainly something to talk about when it comes to overall health. However, if you are becoming a surrogate through San Francisco surrogacy or you are pregnant, mediation can actually play a huge role in your mental, physical, and emotional health. It can even establish a habit that will carry you through the rest of your life.

Whenever you are pregnant, there can be a certain amount of anxiety. For women who choose to become surrogates, there is some added pressure there. You need to find healthy ways to dissipate that pressure and stress. Meditation can be a way to do that in just a few minutes every day.

What Is Meditation?

Meditation is a skill that needs to be learned and practiced, but it is also accessible to all of us. It is a mental exercise that involves relaxation, awareness, and focus. Most people will do it in the seated position, focusing on their breathing and keeping their eyes closed.

Its aim is to bring awareness to your body and your mind, bringing them together to focus on what really matters. It is utilized in different religions, health practices, and even sports.

Why Meditation Helps Surrogates

Meditation helps to release a lot of what you are holding inside of yourself when you are a surrogate. It can help to tamper down some of the anxiety that many people feel, allowing you to empty your mind and focus on what matters. It is way too easy to get yourself worked up over things that aren’t important. Of course, meditation also gives you time for yourself, time to focus on how you feel and how your body is responding to pregnancy.

Meditation has been able to help surrogate mothers get better sleep, stay positive, release tension, and can even reduce sickness.

What Kind Of Meditation Is Good For Surrogates?

There are many different types of meditation out there, and most of them will not have a negative impact on your health. However, there are certain mantras or focuses that will help you to be more present and available during your pregnancy. These are very general categories that can be specified with specific classes.

 

Meditation For Positivity: One of the best types of meditation for surrogates is a meditation for positive. Often, these are categorized as “letting go” meditations. Essentially, includes a breathing exercise where you bring something positive to yourself on the inhale and release a negative feeling or emotion on the exhale. You can focus on one specific feeling for an entire session or you can focus on multiple, it just depends on how you are feeling.

If you aren’t sure what you want to let go, you can simply inhale on the word “let” and exhale on the word “go” to get the benefits.

 

Meditation For Body Awareness: When you are pregnant, it can sometimes feel like your body isn’t your own. You aren’t sure what you are feeling, how everything fits together, and what is just your new normal. With a focused meditation session, you can eliminate that feeling. Start by sitting however you are comfortable (or even laying down if that helps) and breathe deeply. Focus on your body from the tips of your toes to the top of your head. Take a few breaths for each part of your body, focusing on how they feel. Release any tension that you may have and take note of what isn’t helped in that session.

This is the perfect meditation to do at night when you are having trouble falling asleep – when people are really good at it, they will fall asleep by the time they reach their thighs.

 

Ready To Start Your Surrogacy Journey? Contact Us Today

Finding the right fit can be quite difficult, and as this is a big decision to make taking all the time you need to make those decisions is imperative. We are here for you whenever you make that choice. We are happy to give you more information now or schedule your consultation.

Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience that will change your life forever. If you are ready to get started on the surrogacy process, make sure to contact us today.

Common Misconceptions About Finding A Surrogate Mother In Los Angeles

Surrogacy is one of the most misunderstood subjects for people who do not go through it – everyone thinks they know what it is like, but few actually know the truth. Moreover, there are many common misconceptions about finding a surrogate mother in Los Angeles. For years, there have been stories about putting advertisements in the newspaper, posting on Craigslist, or simply asking an out-of-work actress to be a surrogate. At one time, those were all options people seriously considered.

That isn’t the truth anymore.

Finding a surrogate mother is easier than ever – and safer than ever – thanks to agencies like EDSI who have worked to build families in safe, controlled environments.

Let’s break down some of the most common misconceptions about finding a surrogate mother:

Los Angeles Surrogates Just Wants Money

We could all use a bit more money, this much is true. To say that getting money to be a surrogate isn’t a factor in the decision to become a surrogate is a lie – it is part of the decision. However, most agencies look for surrogates that also enjoy being pregnant and want to do something good for the world. There is a lengthy process that involves becoming a surrogate, including going through mental health testing, physical testing, and general discussions about the process. Women who are doing it simply for the money are typically eliminated or decide not to continue.

Most surrogates come to their decision to do the job after contemplating a number of factors, including payment. Most people also do it because they truly want to help in a unique way.

The Surrogate Will Try To Keep My Child

This misconception about Los Angeles surrogacy is one that keeps many parents up at night. It is a story that is wildly overused by Hollywood and the media. The truth is that very few surrogates ever try to keep the children they carry. Anyone who may want to do this is typically caught in the initial stages of the process.

Now, that isn’t to say that women may not become emotionally invested in the process. After all, pregnancy tends to stir up hormones and create bonds. Still, there are structures in place to support the surrogate and the Intended Parents – including lawyers, contracts, and doctors who are ready to intervene.

Los Angeles Surrogates Are Biologically Related To The Children They Carry

This is one of the most common misconceptions about surrogacy in Los Angeles. Almost all surrogacies carried out today are done using gestational surrogates – meaning the egg is from either the intended mother or from an egg donor. The same with the sperm, it is either from the intended father or from a donor. The embryo is formed outside of the surrogate mother and then implanted into the surrogate mother. She is simply the carrier of the baby.

You Will Be Judged For Using A Surrogate

Using a surrogacy agency has scared people in the past because they were worried that they would be judged. In Los Angeles in particular, women were afraid that other women would judge them for using a surrogate for vanity reasons.

Those days are gone – there are so many reasons to use a surrogate. Women talk more openly about fertility struggles, work ambitions, and physical health. While there may still be a handful of people who judge silently, the majority of people are simply happy that you can use surrogacy to start a family.

Ready To Start Your Surrogacy Journey? Contact Us Today

Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience that will change your life forever. If you are ready to get started on the surrogacy process, make sure to contact us today. We can help you through the process and explain every step of the way so that you never feel lost or alone – we know this is complicated, and we are here to make it easier.

Dispelling Myths About Egg Donation in Los Angeles

If you are thinking about either becoming an egg donor or using egg donation in Los Angeles, you have probably heard some myths. Whether those myths are from family and friends or they are from people on the internet, the best place to go for your information is neither of those sources – it is directly to a fertility agency, a surrogacy agency, or a clinic.

Over the last few years, certain myths have fallen by the wayside and others have become even more popular. Let’s dispell some of those:

Egg Donors Are Young Women Looking Only For Money

This myth is a complicated one because it is based on some reality. Yes, women who are egg donors do get paid. Some women who start the process only do so because they need money. Donors will use their payment to pay for college, reduce debt, pay for rent, or to finance a project.

Even so, most donors are not only in it for the money. They have a desire to help someone who is trying to start a family. Most donors find that the emotional and mental satisfaction they feel is far superior to the payment.

If I Donate My Eggs, I Cannot Have Children Of My Own

Women are born with a finite number of eggs and that number falls every month – typically by about 15-20, depending on how many are released during the menstrual cycle. However, only one of the eggs is used for ovulation and the body naturally eliminates the rest.

With egg donation, all of the eggs that are naturally produced by the body are developed through medication. The donation process doesn’t take any more eggs than the body would naturally produce in a given month.

Egg Donation Takes A Long Time

The process of being an egg donor doesn’t take a lot of time, but it isn’t just a few minutes of your time either. When donating through a traditional agency, the process can feel like it takes longer. Egg donors have to be matched with a recipient family. Even so, you are able to continue with your daily routine up until the point you are matched. From that point, you may need to undergo medical treatments or take medication to ensure you sync up with the recipient of the egg. This can take a few months.

Most of the appointments necessary for egg donation are under 30-minutes and can be booked around your schedule. There is only one day where you will need to take a day off of work or school.

The Offspring From My Donated Eggs Will Come Looking For Me

Many women who choose to be an egg donor will want to have some connection to that family – whether it is just to receive updates or to know about the birth. However, many women also choose to be anonymous egg donors. The recipients and the offspring will not know your identity and you will not know theirs. Some agencies do keep records that you may choose to have opened for the offspring once they reach a certain age.

All of this information is discussed, at length, before you become a donor and before you donate to a recipient. The agency facilitating the donation should make sure that everyone is on the same page.

Ready to Become An Egg Donor?

Are you ready to be an egg donor? Contact EDSI today to get started – we will walk you through every step of the process so that you don’t feel lost or alone. Instead, you will help you to make a decision about whether or not this is for you and from there, we can help you through the easy medical process and the follow-up.

Being An Egg Donor: Everything You Should Know

Being an egg donor is something that many women wonder about but few ever take the steps to do so. Why? There are a plethora of reasons, but one of the main reasons is that they have so many questions that they cannot find answers for – or they are afraid to ask aloud in order to get those answers. If you have ever wondered about the process, this is the place for you to look. We are able to answer many of your questions – if you have a question about being an egg donor that isn’t on this list, feel free to reach out and we can get any and all questions answered quickly.

How Does Egg Donation Work?

Egg donation is a highly regulated medical treatment that has been approved by the FDA and should always be carried out by professionals. There are many rules in place to ensure that the eggs are handled properly.

There are three main ways to be an egg donor:

  • Through an agency: Agencies typically connect Intended Parents to surrogate mothers and, if necessary egg donors. Working with an agency is the safest and easiest way to get through the process – everyone working directly with donors is incredibly skilled and adept at handling many different types of situations. They can help to ease your worries.
  • Through a clinic: Some people will go directly to an egg donation clinic and sign up to donate their eggs that way. This is an easy way to go about becoming an egg donor, but it doesn’t always result in someone actually using the eggs, which is how you get paid.
  • Direct donation: Sometimes a friend or family member will donate an egg to Intended Parents who need them.

How Many Times Can I Donate My Eggs?

As you likely know, women are born with a certain number of eggs and once they are gone, they are gone. It is recommended that donors only donate their eggs six times. This ensures that the body doesn’t go into shock and that there isn’t a high number of unknowing half-siblings in a specific area. As many women who donate their eggs are also younger, it ensures that they can be parents in the future as well.

While the number isn’t strictly monitored, most egg donors are questioned about whether or not they have donated before – and if they have, they are asked about the number of times.

What Do I Need To Do Before Becoming An Egg Donor?

Before becoming an egg donor through an agency, you will need to take a few psychological and physical screenings to help determine whether you are healthy enough to be an egg donor. The psychological tests help to ensure that you are of sound mind and can emotionally and mentally handle the process. The physical screenings ensure that the eggs will be healthy.

There are many things that can disqualify egg donors, though some at the discretion of the agencies and clinics (such as piercings or tattoo within the last year). Doctors may look at your travels as well – people who have been to certain countries may not be able to donate for a few months.

Doctors may also ask about your STI history. Certain STIs, such as HIV, syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea can impact fertility and the health of the eggs.

What Makes An Egg Donor A Good Candidate?

Not everyone who wants to become an egg donor and can become an egg donor will actually donate eggs that are used by Intended Parents. There are certain features and characteristics that make women better candidates than others. For example, most people prefer donors who are in their mid-20s, have graduated from college, and are in good physical shape. Some people will come in looking for specific physical features, while others do not.

Doctors look for regular periods, healthy diets, and good gynecological history.

Ready to Become An Egg Donor?

Are you ready to be an egg donor? Contact EDSI today to get started – we will walk you through every step of the process so that you don’t feel lost or alone. Instead, you will help you to make a decision about whether or not this is for you and from there, we can help you through the easy medical process and the follow-up.

Best Things To Drink While Being A Surrogate

It is easy to find many articles about what to eat while you are pregnant, but fewer people focus on what to drink while they are pregnant. As a surrogacy agency, we coach many people through their pregnancies. While everyone we work with has been pregnant before, we still like to provide actionable tips and advice. 

When pregnant, it is important to stay hydrated. You have more fluids within your body when you are pregnant and you need more fluids to sustain fetus development. It is especially important to stay hydrated when you have been in hotter climates or when you sweat a bit. 

But what is the best thing to drink while you are pregnant? Some drinks are better than others, so let’s rank them:

The Best Thing To Drink While Being A Surrogate: Water

Even when we aren’t pregnant, humans are comprised of a lot of water. In fact, water tends to make up over half of our body’s weight. Drinking water (or eating it) helps to keep all of our organs and systems functioning. As they are taxed even more when we are pregnant, keeping your body hydrated with old fashioned water is important. 

Water is the best thing to drink while you are pregnant because it is the easiest thing for the body to absorb and eliminate. You are constantly losing water and it needs to be replaced. As long as you are somewhere where you can trust the water, you can get tap water almost anywhere. Even so, filtered water is best when you are pregnant. 

Next Up: Milk For Calcium & Protein

Surrogates may also want to enjoy a nice glass of milk. Milk helps to keep your diet full of calcium and protein, which are essential for the growth of the baby. There are benefits to all kinds of milk, so you can enjoy skim milk and still reap the benefits. 

As dairy milk is something that some pregnant women cannot tolerate, there are many non-dairy alternatives to consider, including soy milk, coconut milk, or almond milk. Don’t expect to get as much protein, but you can still get some.

Fruit Juice, But Watch The Sugar

Many pregnant women will crave fruits and fruit juices while pregnant. While you can enjoy fruit juice in moderation, it is important to be aware of the sugar intake. Fruit drinks or super sugary drinks that don’t use real fruit juice shouldn’t be staples in your diet.  Instead, consider getting fresh-pressed juice or even just flavoring your water with crushed up fruit. When in doubt, check the label.

What Drinks Should I Avoid?

As a surrogacy agency in California, we get questions about many different types of drinks. In general, most protein powders are safe for pregnancies, but always ask questions if there is an ingredient you don’t know. At the same time, you don’t want to drink coffee, soda, or teas that have large amounts of caffeine.

Of course, you also do not want any alcohol. Sadly, this means you may have to kick your kombucha habit while you are pregnant as well, as it can contain alcohol.

Ready To Start Your Surrogacy Journey? Contact Us Today

 Finding the right fit can be quite difficult, and as this is a big decision to make taking all the time you need to make those decisions is imperative. We are here for you whenever you make that choice. We are happy to give you more information now or schedule your consultation.

Surrogacy is an extremely rewarding experience that will change your life forever. If you are ready to get started on the surrogacy process, make sure to contact us today.