When two people decide to become a couple they embark on a journey to find happiness together as companions. After they are married, they live with each other through thick or thin experiencing all the happiness and also frustrations that life throws at them. Somedays are perfect, others, not so much- but with the knowledge that they have each other, couples get through life successfully together. Eventually, a couple may decide that it is time for them to grow their family. This is when they consider having children of their own that they can rear in love.

A baby can bring so much joy to couples, as it presents them with endless potential and gives them an opportunity to raise a future generation. Many families plan when they will have children and usually consider this after certain goals are met or when they feel they are well-prepared. Sometimes, babies come as a welcome surprise that strengthens the bond between the couple. With every child, the couple finds a renewed sense of joy in their lives.

But, what if the couple, due to one of many unfortunate reasons, is unable to conceive naturally? Are they supposed to live with disappointment forever or do they have other options?

What is the best option?

To find a surrogate mother who is more than willing to carry your child is a wonderful solution for couples that can’t carry the pregnancy themselves. So, how does this work? If the couple consists of a male and female who are unable to conceive due to any number of biological disruptions of the female’s reproductive system, then the female’s egg can be taken and fertilized with the male’s sperm at the IVF laboratory to create embryos. The embryos will be carefully monitored for a few days for growth before deciding which to transfer to the surrogate mother’s body where they will hopefully implant resulting in a pregnancy and continue to grow for the rest of the gestation period.

If the couple belongs to the LGBT community, then there are fresh and frozen eggs and donor spermavailable with highly qualified donors with a myriad of qualifications for the couple to choose from. The demand for qualified donors is high and there are options for a variety of budgets including frozen eggs or shared egg donation cycles which offer a fair price for eggs from special egg donors who are highly fertile and have exceptional qualities.

How to get chosen?

So, how do you choose a surrogate mother? The surrogate mothers must apply online and then they will be carefully screened for their medical, psychological and criminal history, their mental and financial stability and their personality. Only the best of the best will qualify to proceed. To find a surrogate, youare required to contact, consult withand sign up with the agency, who will consider your needs and preferences and then help match you with a suitable surrogate who is likely to be a great social fit.

To find a surrogate might seem tedious and difficult, but, with the right help from a trusted organization and with trusted partners, the process can be infinitely smoother. Surrogacy is a wonderful human experience shared between people with a common goal. Surrogate mothers are doing an incredible deed by giving hope to infertile parents wishing to buildtheir own families when it was once an impossibility.

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Sara T. Loving

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