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
Getting advice about surrogacy regulations before entering into any surrogacy arrangement will ensure that all parties involved understand matters in their legal context and know what they are committing to. Read more
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.
On February 15, 2021, the Child-Parent Security Act in New York finally brought an end to the decades-long ban on paid gestational surrogacy that hindered modern family-building for countless New Yorkers.
Staci started off with FSC as a receptionist in 2009. She has worked her way up over the years to her current position as Director of Recruitment.
For things to run smoothly in egg donor and surrogacy arrangements, there are many moving parts involved, including the matching process, medical details, financial details, legalities, and logistics. As such, it’s important that you work with a competent egg donor or surrogacy agency when pursuing this path to parenthood.
Jennifer has been a member of our FSC family for approximately 10 years. She was a surrogate for a family from Italy in 2009-2010 for whom she delivered a little girl.
Some of the most common reasons for using a surrogate to have a child are medical in nature.
Donna has been with Fertility Source Companies for 3 years and has made herself at home doing great work collecting medical records for our surrogates and egg donors.
Denise has been a Surrogacy Recruitment Coordinator since 2014. After serving our country in the intelligence field within the United States Marine Corps and 28 years in sales, Denise found a love for guiding our surrogates throughout the screening process. She says, “It’s such a joy to see these wonderful ladies through the beginning of their journey. Experiencing their excitement and anticipation in doing something so rewarding is amazing to be apart of.”