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 […]

Hormones from Pregnancy Through Postpartum: What to Expect as a Surrogate and How to Make the Transition Smoother

Hormones from Pregnancy

Written by Jane Sagui, Pollie CEO & co-founder We know that hormones are important when it comes to pregnancy, but do you know how? Female reproductive hormones perform a delicate dance from pre-pregnancy through postpartum to conceive, grow, and deliver a healthy baby, as well as readjust your body to a balanced point after birth.  […]

How Health History May Impact Your Surrogate Application

health history

We receive a lot of questions from women wondering how their existing conditions or past health history might affect their eligibility to become a surrogate. While some common health conditions and histories may not be a big deal, there are some issues that can interfere with the In-Vitro Fertilization process and might prevent your application […]

A Guide to Getting Back Into Exercise After a Surrogate Birth

Exercise after a surrogate birth

A Guide to Getting Back Into Exercise After a Surrogate Birth Written by: Lucy Hellstrom on behalf of Circle Surrogacy After giving birth, most women dream about returning to their pre-baby body as soon as possible. While half of the baby weight may come off six weeks after giving birth, it can take several months to more […]