Written by Lauri on November 30, 2009
If you pass the initial screening, we will ask you to fill out a much longer questionnaire, which covers a broad range of subjects so that we, and eventually potential Intended Parents, can get to know you. This questionnaire should take roughly 30 minutes to complete. We prefer to send and receive the questionnaire by e-mail.
We will also need photographs of you and your family. It’s easiest if the photographs are digital format and are sent through the Internet. If
Written by Lauri on November 26, 2009
Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving!
From all of us at Agency for Surrogacy Solutions
Written by Lauri on November 23, 2009
There are two general types of Surrogate Mothers — Gestational Surrogates (GS) and Traditional Surrogates (TS). Each has some variations:
1. Gestational Surrogate (GS) or Gestational Carrier (GC)In this process, the Gestational Surrogate becomes pregnant through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), using the eggs from the Intended Mother (IM). The Gestational Surrogate receives the fertilized egg through an Embryo Transfer (ET), a quick, painless procedure. The Gestational Surrogate has no genetic relationship to the baby. This is currently the most popular form
Written by Lauri on November 18, 2009
You undoubtedly have many questions about the surrogacy process, and that’s a good instinct! Although surrogacy is simple in theory — a woman carries a baby for someone else who can’t — in reality it is a complex process with many interconnected elements.
The first step is to see if you’re qualified. The Agency for Surrogacy Solutions work only with women who fulfill these criteria:
Are between 21 and 40 years old
Are a non-smoker, non-drug user who maintains a healthy lifestyle
Written by Lauri on November 17, 2009
Our goal at Agency for Surrogacy Solutions is to help our Intended Parents’ surrogacy journey become as problem-free and as emotionally rewarding as possible. We will guide you through the process of surrogacy from the initial steps until after you take your baby or babies home with you. Being former Intended Parents, we know how expensive a surrogacy pregnancy can be. Therefore, we try our best to keep costs to a minimum, and are sometimes able to negotiate lower rates