Prospective surrogates come from many places and can be found through various avenues. While an incredibly important step in any intended parent’s surrogacy journey, finding the right surrogate or even knowing where to start can be challenging. Here we explore exactly how you can find the best surrogate for your journey.
The surrogacy process involves a series of administrative, legal, and medical measures filled with emotional considerations that require careful planning and execution. It is a complex and personal process that, for good reason, can overwhelm many intended parents. Here we explore the surrogacy process in detail.
People often want to know if a surrogate mother (the woman carrying the pregnancy for the intended parent(s)) shares DNA with the baby they carry. It’s a common and valid question for both intended parents and gestational carriers, as issues surrounding DNA, genetics, and parenthood are very important for all parties in surrogacy.
Surrogacy is one of the most selfless things you can do for someone, but each surrogacy has a lot on the line. Because of this, you must meet strict requirements and qualifications to successfully become a surrogate. Learn all about the requirements here.
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Yifat Shaltiel, Director of Surrogate Steps and Reproductive Law Attorney, discusses Jewish Surrogacy with the Jewish Theological Seminary (www.jtsa.edu/ethicallife)