Diet and infertility

Written by Lauri on September 5, 2019

When Trying to Get Pregnant, Your Diet is Important

Ask any medical professional involved with reproductive issues and they will tell you there are many reasons for infertility.

In the United States, 10% to 15% of couples are infertile. Infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant despite having frequent, unprotected sex for at least a year for most couples.

And since it takes two to get pregnant, that increases the mystery. In about one-third of cases, there is an issue

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Proud of Our Team

Written by Lauri on August 30, 2019

Meet Molly

Agency for Surrogacy Solutions has a great team and we’re proud of how everyone takes this journey with our Intended Parents and Surrogates with love and respect.  One of the interesting parts of being a surrogacy agency is we work on doth a deeply personal level and a legal level. A part of what we do is legal and we knew that because we’ll be working so closely with our legal team, we had to hire some one special.

Meet

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Selecting the Right Surrogacy Agency

Written by Lauri on August 28, 2019

How to Make the Right Surrogacy Decisions

When you make the decision to hire a surrogate to carry your child, among the many factors you consider is the cost. Of course the majority of the cost goes to a surrogacy agency. So you ask yourself, “Do I go outside the United States?”  Do you go to a country with less regulation in the hopes of spending less?  All those question should be balanced with the fact that, if you’re American, countries

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Surrogacy Gives the Gift of Family

Written by Lauri on August 27, 2019

End the stigma of infertility by choosing surrogacy

Infertility. It’s a loaded word and stirs a lot of emotions. But chances are, whether you are aware of it or not, you know someone or a couple who wants to get pregnant but is struggling to get or stay pregnant. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 10% of women (6.1 million) in the United States ages 15-44 are in this situation. For men, their infertility accounts for

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Starting Another Surrogacy Journey

Written by Lauri on August 19, 2019

So here I am. Agency owner, mom to 3 – the two youngest via the same surrogate, and now Intended Mother again.

My husband and I knew we wanted to have one more child. We knew that when we had our egg donor do an extra cycle (straight to freeze) after our surrogate was confirmed pregnant with our daughter. We just didn’t know that this much time would go by between the last child and now. My youngest is nearly 4,

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Written by Lauri on October 24, 2017

US Supreme Court turns down appeal of surrogate mother who refused to have abortion

Melissa Cook appears in a screen capture of a press conference held on May 24, 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear the case of a surrogate mother who was pressured, but refused, to have an abortion after it was found that she was carrying triplets.
Melissa Cook, 47, became pregnant with triplets after she was implanted with anonymous donor eggs fertilized by the sperm of Chester

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Written by Lauri on October 24, 2017

Perez Hilton Welcomes Daughter Mayte Amor

Perez Hilton is a dad again!
 
The 39-year-old father of two and infamous gossip blogger (whose given name is Mario Armando Lavandeira, Jr.) welcomed daughter Mayte Amor on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 3:26 p.m. Born via surrogacy, the baby girl weighed in at 7 lbs., 4 oz., measuring 20 inches long.
 
Hilton shared the good news with his followers on Instagram Tuesday — uploading a photo of himself holding the newborn baby in the hospital alongside his mother,

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Written by Lauri on October 24, 2017

Woman Carries Sister’s Rainbow Baby After Three Miscarriages and Loss of Two Newborns
 

Sisters share an unbreakable bond, and that statement couldn’t be any truer for Beth Guadino and Anna Howat.
The two, who have both experienced the heartbreak of miscarriage, will now be forever linked through the birth of Guadino’s first child through surrogacy via Howat. 
It was in May of 2015 when Guadino, now 32, revealed to her sister that she was pregnant with twins. Having endometriosis, a condition that can

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Written by Lauri on November 8, 2016

We are so proud to be a part of this surrogacy journey with Celynn McManus and her husband and their amazing surrogate and her family. Please follow both side’s journey through surrogacy, you can read about the IP experiences on their blog: http://www.ourpeaherpod.com/blog

 
Then get a view from the other side as you follow their surrogates experience: http://www.bunjourney.weebly.com/
 
 
Celynn and her Hubbie on the left. Their surrogate and her Hubbie on the right.
 

 

 


Surrogacy laws for single parents in the UK to change after court ruling

Written by Lauri on May 25, 2016

Surrogacy laws which prevent single people from claiming parental rights are set to change following a ruling by the Family Division of the High Court.

 The court ruled earlier this month that a single man who fathered a child via a surrogate mother had his right to raise the child discriminated against.

 

 The man claimed the current law meant an application for a “parental order” could only be made by two people.

 

The government said it was now considering updating the legislation.

 

The

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