The Surrogacy Process Articles
Whether you are considering surrogacy as a hopeful single parent, a member of the LGBT community or a couple who has struggled with infertility, surrogacy can be an amazing way to grow your family. But how exactly does it work?
Surrogacy can be a complex process, and your surrogacy journey will vary based on your specific needs and circumstances. However, the articles in this section can help give you a general understanding of what to expect, from the basic steps of the surrogacy process, to the legal requirements involved, to budgeting and financing for surrogacy and more.
When you speak with a surrogacy specialist at American Surrogacy, you can learn more about what is involved in the surrogacy process and the steps you may need to take in your individual situation. You can speak with a surrogacy professional now at 1-800-875-BABY (1-800-875-2229) or request more information here.
Did you know that by considering surrogacy and clicking this article, you’ve already begun the surrogacy process?
Because of the number of people involved and the medical expenses required for vitro fertilization, it's no secret that surrogacy may be quite expensive.
How to pay for surrogacy can be a complicated question. Read more about loans for surrogacy and surrogacy financing options to take advantage of.
Interested in finding an egg or sperm donor? Find out what you need to know and discover some gamete donation banks you might want to check out.
Now that DNA tests are readily available, is using an anonymous egg or sperm donor realistic anymore? Here's the truth about using known sperm and egg donors.
It's a question that many hopeful parents ask themselves when they decide to start a family: "Should we grow our family through surrogacy or adoption?"
Do surrogate mothers share DNA with the baby? If not, how does the baby not have surrogate mother DNA? Find out how gestational surrogacy works here.
A surrogacy birth is a unique (and amazing) experience. Here's what to expect at the hospital as an intended parent, how to prepare, and how your experience will differ from a "traditional" hospital stay.