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You Don’t Need to Be Married to Be a Surrogate Mother

We recently chatted with a couple of our Gestational Surrogates about their experiences with surrogacy as single parents.   Kara and Jade are both single mothers to their children. These superwomen somehow juggle parenthood (mainly solo), providing for their... read more

Being a Surrogate for Intended Parents With HIV

HIV is now a long-term treatable infection. People with HIV have a comparable life spam to people without HIV. Surrogacy is an ideal option for gay Intended Parents with HIV, single Intended Parents with HIV, and other Intended Parents where one or more parties is HIV... read more

The Basics of Surrogacy Medication

One of the top things future Surrogate Mothers come to Proud Fertility asking is what medications they will be taking. As an agency, we don’t have information about surrogacy medications for you specifically.   Every clinic and every Surrogate will require... read more

Parenthood is Not a Race

It’s funny the way that one’s journey to parenthood often seems to best prepare us for our journey as parents. Whether we become parents through surrogacy and egg donation, adoption, or giving birth ourselves, there are many lessons along the way. One of the greatest... read more

You Don’t Need to Be Married to Be a Surrogate Mother

We recently chatted with a couple of our Gestational Surrogates about their experiences with surrogacy as single parents.   Kara and Jade are both single mothers to their children. These superwomen somehow juggle parenthood (mainly solo), providing for their... read more

Canadian Surrogates Pay It Forward

Canadian Surrogates and Egg Donors choose to become involved with surrogacy and egg donation for many reasons, personal and individual. Our Surrogates have chosen to help others become parents because they: have loved ones who experienced infertility have experienced... read more

For Gestational Surrogates: When Embryo Transfers Fail

After many months of preparation, you have had your embryo transfer and the waiting began. You crossed your fingers and toes and ate the french fries. You wore your lucky embryo transfer socks, you followed every suggestion, even the superstitious ones. And then, you... read more

For Intended Parents: When Embryo Transfers Fail

Heartbreak. Hopelessness. No matter how long you’ve been pursuing parenthood, how many methods you’ve tried, a failed embryo transfer can be devastating. You’ve invested a small fortune, monetarily and in hope. In an instant, it’s all gone. You knew that failure was a... read more

7 Tips to Prepare for Your Embryo Transfer

As a Surrogate, the weeks and days leading up to your embryo transfer can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. You want to do everything you can to ensure your Intended Parents get their BFP (Big Fat Positive)! You may feel like the weight of the world is resting on... read more

Being a Surrogate for Intended Parents With HIV

HIV is now a long-term treatable infection. People with HIV have a comparable life spam to people without HIV. Surrogacy is an ideal option for gay Intended Parents with HIV, single Intended Parents with HIV, and other Intended Parents where one or more parties is HIV... read more

Guest Blog: Surrogates Choosing to Express Breastmilk

You have decided to give one of the most monumental gifts that anyone can give another; the gift of parenthood.  Once the intended parents, or parent, embark on their lives with their new little one, you may be left wondering about this ability for your body to... read more