Having your best surrogate journey possible means fostering positive connections with the intended parents, and these communication tips are sure to help.
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Are you considering becoming a gestational surrogate? Vermont Surrogacy Network's surrogates share their insight on what they wish they'd known before starting their journey.
Families and individuals unable to start a family on their own may find gestational surrogacy an exciting option. However, it also comes with potential concerns. Vermont Surrogacy Network can help you navigate them with ease.
When you're embarking on the beautiful, selfless journey of surrogacy, there are steps you can take when talking to your family members to help them appreciate your decision.
What is it like to be a gestational surrogate? Read Eliza's story and find out what led her to become a surrogate, the joys and challenges of the process, and what being a surrogate means to her.
In June of 2022, the United States Supreme Court decision overturned Roe v. Wade, taking away Americans' constitutional right to abortion. This has a specific impact when it comes to cases of third-party reproduction.
Are you in the right place in your life to become a surrogate? There is no one size fits all solution but here we'll look at what you should have on your checklist before you move forward.
Why are hopeful parents choosing surrogacy as the best way to build their family? It is a wonderful option for anyone who wants a child but is not in a place to have one themselves. The decision to embark on the surrogacy journey comes from various reasons such as health concerns, infertility, and having a non-traditional family.
Every family faces a unique set of challenges when starting their family through surrogacy. This article provides insight into how LGBTQIA+ families can overcome these challenges.
Are you considering surrogacy? It's a big decision, but one that can be incredibly rewarding. Here are a few things to consider if you're thinking about becoming a surrogate mother.