Women who want to help other individuals or couples experience the joy of raising a child may consider becoming a gestational surrogate—carrying a baby who isn’t biologically related to the surrogate.
Can I be a surrogate if my tubes are tied? At Reproductive Possibilities, not a day goes by without answering this question at least once or twice. A common misconception is
Becoming a surrogate is a big commitment, one that entails meeting certain surrogate mother requirements put forth by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) as well as Fertility clinics. Women who