Being a surrogate mother is a life-changing and rewarding experience in which you carry a pregnancy for a loving family in waiting. Many say there is no greater gift to give. Indeed, most surrogates report surrogacy as a top 3-lifetime experience. If you recently came across the idea, you’re probably wondering exactly how to become a surrogate. In this article, […]
There are several factors influence the physical appearance of offspring and determine whether the baby will look like the intended mother, surrogate, or someone else entirely. As with all babies, a surrogate baby’s looks are determined by the biological parents genes so whether you are using traditional or gestational surrogacy makes a huge difference.
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.