We often receive questions from potential surrogate applicants about why surrogates have to have already given birth and be parenting. This is something that is set by the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. ASRM is an organization that ensures ethical standards are upheld through the practice and advancement of reproductive medicines. In order to be approved […]
In honor of March being National Social Work Month, Circle would like to extend a big THANK YOU to the hard-working Circle Surrogacy Social Workers, who work tirelessly providing support and guidance to our intended parents, surrogates and egg donors along every step of their journeys. We have eleven – count them, eleven! – smart and caring social workers on […]
Circle is excited to start working with women from Washington on surrogacy journeys! Compensated surrogacy in Washington will be allowed starting in 2019. For years, compensated surrogacy in Washington was not allowed. However, this will change starting January 1, 2019. Governor Inslee just signed Senate Bill 6037 into law, allowing for compensated surrogacy – and other […]
On March 3-4 Circle attended the Men Having Babies South Surrogacy Conference & Expo in Austin. Men Having Babies (MHB) is an international non-profit organization that helps gay men worldwide become biological parents.
Ever wonder what it’s really like on the day of the birth of a baby born via surrogacy? Intended parents and surrogates have been working together on an emotional rollercoaster leading up to this one very special day. Intended mother Lauren and her surrogate, Sarah, share their beautiful story – from both points of view […]
Surrogacy with Egg Donation is a method of assisted reproduction becoming increasingly popular for those experiencing infertility. According to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, there have been about 10,000 fresh egg donation cycles per year for the last decade. So what is egg donation and who does it help? Simply put, it is an assisted conception […]