Women applying to become surrogates, are often unaware of the medical details surrounding the process. In particular they often wonder if a surrogate pregnancy differs from a personal pregnancy, and how this works physiologically.
by Sarah, experienced surrogate mother Starting out, I didn’t know exactly what to expect— though I could imagine the possible effects. When I first found out I was pregnant with my daughter, it was a complete surprise, and I was initially in shock and did not know what to feel or think about being pregnant. […]
Heartburn. Check. Waddle. Check, check. Frequent trips to the ladies’ room. Check, check, check. My surrogate pregnancy was similar to my personal pregnancies. However, there were definitely a few (rather large) ways that it differed from the pregnancies I’d had with my own children. In Vitro Fertilization In the weeks leading up to the scheduled embryo […]
The most recent installment of Circle Surrogacy’s guest posting over on Gays with Kids: Surrogacy is an incredible way to grow your family. When researching surrogacy, one of the first questions intended parents ask is: “How much does it cost?” And rightfully so. Surrogacy is a financial investment as much as an emotional one. Just […]
The second installment of our guest blog over at Gays With Kids. In our second post, one surrogate tells her story in “5 Things I Learned Serving as a Surrogate for a Gay Couple”
We’re excited to announce our new blog series with our friends at Gays With Kids. Circle will be demystifying surrogacy in each blog post over the next few months. Our first post: Surrogacy is NOTHING like what you see in the movies and on TV, “Why Does Hollywood Get Surrogacy So Wrong?”
This post, written by Circle Director of Marketing Kristin Marsoli, was originally published on Parents via Egg Donation Infertility can be a long road. You’re investing a tremendous amount of time, money and emotion into doing everything you can to fulfill your dreams of parenthood. But, unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out the way you […]