Why Surrogacy?

 

An intended parent is someone who cannot have children naturally.  Some intended parents have struggled to conceive naturally for years, leaving surrogacy their only option to have a child or children of their own. An intended parent can be a single mom or dad. Intended parents can also be a gay or lesbian couple. We accept all intended parents no matter your relationship status, gender identity, or sexual preferences. No matter your background, we are here for you to help make your dreams of becoming a parent a reality. 

The advantages of surrogacy are clear to the hundreds of families who have been created in this special way. Here are just a few surrogacy benefits that intended parents enjoy:

  • In most cases, gestational surrogacy allows one or both parents to be biologically related to their child.

  • Surrogacy gives hopeful parents the opportunity to raise a child from birth.

  • Intended parents are involved throughout the pregnancy experience. They are generally able to be present for many key milestones from the embryo transfer to their baby’s birth.

  • Surrogacy gives intended parents the opportunity to form a special bond with their surrogate and her family.

  • Intended parents may face fewer restrictions with surrogacy than with adoption; those who cannot adopt due to agency restrictions on factors like age can still pursue surrogacy.

  • Surrogacy gives intended parents more control and peace of mind throughout the pregnancy than they usually have with fertility treatments or adoption.

Surrogacy can have challenging aspects for intended parents, however, it is often the only answer to years of hard work and frustration. With surrogacy, hopefull couples have a chance to experience the miracle of life and joys of parenthood. 

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