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How to Get the Most Out of a Surrogacy Arrangement

Entering into a surrogacy arrangement is an exciting time for both intended parents and their gestational surrogate. Understandably, expectations on both sides will be high, and everyone will want to feel confident that their preferences for the surrogacy journey are being respected. We have provided this guide for both parties to help ensure that everyone feels they are truly getting the most out of the arrangement. We hope intended parents and surrogates will consider our recommendations below prior to the matching process. Read more

Celebrate Pride Month with Fertility Source Companies

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month! This month, we honor the history of the gay liberation movement led by the activism of trans and gender-nonconforming organizers. Pride has evolved immensely over the past few decades, entering the mainstream in waves unheard of just twenty years ago. However, though much has changed in the eyes and opinions of the public, the driving forces of LGBTQ+ advocacy remain steadfast. The ability to publicly connect with the rich history of June helps queer people look confidently into the liberated future.

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How to Be a Fertility Awareness Ally

In the United States, approximately 1 in 8 couples struggle to conceive and/or sustain a pregnancy. However, the conversation around infertility remains largely in the shadows. Because of this lack of awareness, many who are coping with infertility report feeling confused, isolated, and anxious. With the number of people facing infertility, there is a strong chance that someone you know is struggling to start a family and is suffering emotionally from the experience. Luckily, there is a way you can help.

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Surrogacy, Egg Donation, and Endometriosis: Knowing Your Options

If you’ve been diagnosed with endometriosis, know that you are not alone. It’s estimated that about 1 in 10 women suffers from this condition and that an overwhelming majority also face infertility issues. If you are among these women and are hoping to conceive, you and your partner may be considering assisted reproduction. However, because endometriosis affects every woman’s body and fertility differently, fertility treatments can vary among patients.

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