SURROGATE BLOG

Becoming a Surrogate:  Am I Qualified?     

Curious About Becoming A Surrogate? There are many varied and valid reasons to choose to become a gestational surrogate.  Your reason or reasons will be just as unique as you are.  While it would be amazing to be able to accept every kind-hearted and...

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Becoming a Gestational Surrogate: No Eggs Required!

Canadian Surrogacy By Canadian law, gestational surrogacy is legal and altruistic.  It’s a selfless opportunity to give a gift unlike any other. You would allow the use of your body to help support the growth and development of a baby, for people who would...

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Safe Beauty Tips For Surrogates During Pregnancy

Whether you consider yourself a minimalist or hoarder when it comes to beauty items, habits and preferences, some changes should be taken into consideration when preparing to become a gestational carrier (or in preparation for your own baby). There are...

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Celebrating Pregnancy Milestones During Surrogacy

Surrogacy, while bringing many individuals and couples joy and happiness, also has the potential to become loss and heartbreak. At any point during your journey, whether after the transfer or during the pregnancy or birth, tragedy can strike,...

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Progesterone: Suppositories vs. Injections

Progesterone is a hormone released within the body that stimulates the uterus, preparing the endometrium for the possibility of pregnancy after ovulation. The uterine lining thickens to receive the fertilized egg. It also prevents the uterus...

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Packing a Hospital Bag: Surrogate Edition

What are the things you should bring to the birth of the most precious gift you're about to give? Here's our top recommendations: Birth Plan Your body, your birth.  You may be generously allowing the use of your uterus to house and grow a beautiful little...

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Dear Breastmilk Donors

Most people know the amazing miracle that breastfeeding and breastmilk is….   It contains antibodies that defend your baby against infection Breastmilk can soothe diaper rashes, ear and eye infections and plugged eye ducts (common in newborns!)...

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