How to Tell Your Kids That Mommy’s a Surrogate
Before becoming a surrogate, you have likely finished having your own kids and declared your womb c
Surrogacy: What It Means For Your Significant Other
Before you decide to start the journey to become a gestational surrogate and help someone welcome a
Being a Surrogate in a Different State
Unfortunately, gestational surrogacy agreements are not valid in all 50 states. Lawyers and agencie
What Happens if You’re Put on Bed Rest During Your Surrogate Pregnancy?
As a surrogate, your doctor may order you on bed rest at some point during your pregnancy. Being on
Single Mothers and Surrogacy: Is It Right For You?
Most states and agencies require surrogates to have had at least one child already. As a single mom
Preeclampsia During Surrogacy: What You Should Know
Preeclampsia is a condition that affects pregnant women and, if left untreated, can cause serious h
What Is Involved In a Surrogacy Background Check and Who Sees the Results?
When applying to become a surrogate, you might be wondering what your background check will entail
Advantages of Surrogacy in the U.S. for International Parents
If you are an international intended parent considering surrogacy, then the United States is likely
How GSHC Supports U.S. Surrogacy for International Parents
The United States is a popular destination for international parents looking to create families thr
Surrogacy in the United States: Why U.S. Citizenship or a Green Card is Required
Surrogacy is a complex process that requires legal and medical expertise. It’s no wonder many
The Importance of a Pregnancy Test by Heartbeat
Transfer day is one of the most exciting milestones during a surrogacy journey. After weeks of scre
Preparing for the Emotional Handoff
A parent’s bond with their child is like nothing else in the world. However, it’s common for many i