Seven Surrogacy Insurance Questions Asked and Answered

surrogacy insurance questions

 A surrogacy journey is one of altruism, of relationships, of personal growth, a journey of fulfillment. But, at its core, it is a medical journey, and therefore, one singularly important element is medical insurance. Many potential surrogates have questions about health insurance as it relates to a surrogacy journey, and we want to answer some […]

Which Maternity Support Products Can Make Your Pregnancy More Comfortable?

maternity support products

Written by: Karoline Gore Feeling comfortable during your surrogate pregnancy is key: studies have shown that there is a link between stress during pregnancy and longer term issues. Being pregnant today has advanced in leaps and bounds in terms of comfort, with a host of products – everything from pregnancy pillows to attractive fashion items – making […]

The COVID Vaccine and Surrogate Pregnancy: What You Need to Know

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Circle Surrogacy & Egg Donation sat down (virtually!) with Infertility Specialists and Reproductive Endocrinologists from some of our partner fertility clinics to discuss surrogacy in the time of COVID, and how the vaccine might affect those who are pregnant, or soon to be pregnant. Our panel of specialists include: Dr. Michele Evans, Infertility Specialist and […]

Becoming a Surrogate Mother: Does an Agency’s Location Matter?

Surrogacy Agency Location

Whether you are researching surrogacy agencies as a prospective surrogate mother or are an intended parent looking for the right agency to help your family grow, you’ve most likely come across location information listed on different agency websites. You may not know this, but you do not need to choose your agency based on its […]

Surrogacy And Gestational Diabetes: How To Have A Healthy Pregnancy

Gestational Diabetes

By Karoline Gore, guest blogger Gestational diabetes—a type of diabetes that’s diagnosed for the first time during pregnancy—affects up to 10% of pregnancies in the United States every year, according to data from the CDC. It’s thought to be caused by hormonal changes during pregnancy that results in insulin resistance. Women with a history of gestational diabetes […]

New Surrogate Program with Guaranteed Pay & Support

Surrogate Program

If you’re considering applying to become a surrogate – also called a gestational carrier or gestational surrogate – you have many agency choices available to you. While most agencies will follow the same clinic and ASRM guidelines for the criteria for women to qualify to become surrogate mothers, what is offered to their gestational carriers […]