Surrogacy and Compensation

Surrogacy and Compensation

One of the first questions that arise when someone finds out you are a surrogate is, “How much do you get paid?” This question can be downright insulting, but it’s just plain curiosity and some people just can’t help themselves. All surrogates do not get paid to have...
Vision and Pregnancy

Vision and Pregnancy

There are many ways pregnancy can affect your vision. While your body changes temporarily, your eyes can too. Between the hormones, metabolism, fluid retention and blood circulation, pregnant women can experience blurry vision, floaters and light sensitivity. This is...
Can I Still be a Surrogate with Tubes Tied?

Can I Still be a Surrogate with Tubes Tied?

If you are finished growing your family and have had a tubal ligation, you can still qualify to become a surrogate mother. Many women choose this process after their families are complete as a means for permanent birth control. Although there are other requirements...
Healthy Eating While Pregnant

Healthy Eating While Pregnant

There are obvious rules most know about diet during pregnancy such as no drinking and no smoking. Then, there are some things that you never knew you couldn’t have such as raw fish. But even more surprising, you may not realize that you can’t have your...
Considering Surrogacy? Consider Shared Conception!

Considering Surrogacy? Consider Shared Conception!

Becoming a surrogate or deciding to use Surrogacy to help create your family, is a big choice for both you and your family. It not a snap decision. You weigh your options, do your research and take days, months or even years to conclude whether it’s the right path for...
Going Insane on Bedrest? Read This!

Going Insane on Bedrest? Read This!

Bedrest. This is when you are prescribed to relax and take it easy. Many fertility clinics require surrogates to stay on bed rest for 48-72 hours post transfer to help keep that little embryo safe and snug. Or if you are already pregnant, you may be prescribed to...