EDSI Tackles Unique Problems Related To Surrogacy During COVID Pandemic

The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed all of our lives in many, many ways. Whether you are working from home for the first time, starting a new habit, learning a new skill, or homeschooling your kids, our lives have simultaneously gotten more complicated and harder than ever.

For surrogacy agencies, a ban on travel, difficulty meeting people in person, and working from home has all shifted the way we build families. However, the process hasn’t stopped. We have developed new and effective ways to manage our cases, and much of the medical aspects of surrogacy have continued just the way they were before the pandemic.

However, That Isn’t To Say We Haven’t Found Unique Problems – And Unique Solutions

Of course, there have been some unique problems faced by surrogacy agencies, including EDSI, throughout this time. We have worked to meet every speed bump, including some issues that face our Intended Parents.

You should know that surrogacy is still an extremely safe and protected journey – we are constantly working to make it a beautiful experience for everyone involved. We’ve even discovered new techniques that we will use when this is over and the world goes back to “normal.”

To read more about one of the biggest issues facing International Intended Parents, click here to read our feature on AZ Family

Thinking of Starting Your Family Through Surrogacy? Give Us A Call Today

Throughout the surrogacy journey, we recruit Egg Donors and Surrogates to match them with Intended Parents, including those who cannot conceive on their own, single parents, and gay parents. From there, we seamlessly orchestrate the fertility journey through pregnancy and delivery. We make it a rule to be active problem solvers and advocates for our clients, making their experiences pleasant and hassle-free.

It would be our honor to help you grow your family. Please give us a call today so that we can start building your family on your own schedule. We look forward to speaking with you.