Whether you’re considering surrogacy as an intended parent or a prospective surrogate, it’s important to be up-to-date on all the latest surrogacy news and information you need to know. But, with so much information out there, how do you find the stuff that’s relevant to you?
Thankfully, there are many surrogacy social media accounts out there that curate all of the constantly emerging surrogacy information. When you choose to follow them, you’ll receive all this information straight in your social media feeds, rather than attempting to gather it all yourself.
Keep in mind that because there is a lot of information on the internet about surrogacy, not all of it is accurate or helpful. Therefore, surrogacy social media accounts are a great way to receive only the information that is credible, accurate and useful. You can find social media accounts that are informational and objective or personal accounts of someone’s experience with surrogacy. Whatever you’re looking for, it’s likely that you can find it.
This is just a small sampling of the social media accounts available to you, but some of the ones that American Surrogacy recommends the most, both for surrogacy and general pregnancy health information:
- American Surrogacy, Twitter: @US_Surrogacy
- All Things Surrogacy, Twitter: @AllThingsSurro, Instagram: @allthingssurrogacy
- RESOLVE: The National Infertility Assocation, Twitter: @resolveorg
- Fertility Smarts, Twitter:@fertilitysmarts, Instagram: @fertilitysmarts
- The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, Twitter: @AWHONN, Instagram: @awhonn
- Surrogate Mothers Online, LLC, Twitter: @surromomsonline
- Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Twitter: @NICHD_NIH
- American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Twitter: @ReprodMed
- Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys, Twitter: @ReproLawAcademy
- Surrogacy By Design, Twitter: @SurrogacySusan
Remember, these are only a few of the social media accounts about surrogacy and infertility that you can follow. Keep an eye out for posts from other helpful organizations, and drop us a line when you find one you think we should add!