When first considering whether to become a surrogate (also referred to as a gestational carrier), many women are intrigued by the concept of helping someone achieve their ultimate goal of
Becoming a surrogate is a unique opportunity for women to do something truly incredible for an individual or couple who dreams of having a family but is unable to on
Updated on 08/20/2021 Becoming a gestational surrogate is one of the most giving and selfless things that a woman can do for others. While it is a selfless act, it’s
By G. David Adamson, M.D., Founder and CEO of ARC Fertility Having a child is one of the most important decisions in your life. It impacts your lifestyle, your body,
Every day, countless individuals and couples dealing with infertility or undergoing fertility treatments do so in silence and often feel alone in their struggle; speaking out about their experience can
By Haley Longman If you’re considering becoming a surrogate or a gestational carrier, there are many things you may be asking yourself, the biggest one likely being “is surrogacy right
One of the most important requirements to become a surrogate is that the woman must have given birth before to at least 1 child. When these incredible women choose to
Navigating the surrogate process can be complicated, and it helps to understand the glossary of words and phrases involved in the journey. If you want to become a surrogate, we’ve
A surrogate home visit is an important part of the screening process. If you’d like to know more about how the process works, check out our post!
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.
Talking to kids about surrogacy is an important part of the journey. Read more about how to start that conversation here!
There is no one size fits all approach for building a relationship with your intended parents, but we’ve got some tips on how to make the most of your journey!