Surrogate Pregancies That Require Bed Rest

  During a surrogate pregnancy or right after going through IVF, the doctor may order bed rest. This may sound like a prison sentence to some, but you might find that the time spent in bed can actually be very productive. Here are some ideas. Learn a new computer...

Surrogates: Benefits of Pregnancy

Besides helping to create a family, any pregnancy including a surrogate pregnancy, brings about positive changes. Several of those changes are great benefits to your body. The following are some of the top benefits that you may not know. Fewer Cramps: Your menstrual...

Pregnancy Tests For Early Detection

  Some intended parents prefer that the surrogate not take a home pregnancy test and wait for the blood tests which is usually administered 10-14 days after a transfer. However, for those who just can’t wait until the blood tests, here’s the scoop on home pregnancy...

Surrogacy Matters: A Failed IVF

A failed IVF cycle takes a toll emotionally and physically. Dealing with these issues may come easier if the intended parents are fully aware of the risks and are prepared to deal with possible failure. The first thing that should happen after a failed IVF attempt is...

Egg Retrieval and Surrogacy

Starting the surrogacy process is an exciting time. Egg retrieval is a major part of the process and the intended mother should be prepared. Before beginning the process of egg retrieval several screenings are required. These include: Ovarian reserve testing (blood...