The relationship between Intended Parents, IP’s, and a Surrogate has the potential to be very stressful, and if the match of the IP’s and the Surrogate is not good, there is the potential for a very antagonistic relationship with the person who is carrying your baby. Once you have chosen a surrogate, and she becomes pregnant, it is a relationship that you must sustain until the baby is born.
From the surrogate’s perspective, many surrogates choose to work only through an…
The American Fertility Society has developed a classification system to define the extent of disease.
The stages are based upon the extent of involvement of the cavity, (the entire cavity or a part of it), the type of adhesions, (thick, band like or thin and filmy), and the menstrual pattern, (absent or scanty periods).
Stage I. Mild Disease.
Involvement of a small part of the cavity with filmy adhesions and a fairly normal menstrual…Continue
Added by Rafat Abbasi on January 20, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Aren’t all women who volunteer to become surrogates/carriers considered “compassionate”? Most are but because money is involved the altruistic part is often overlooked and the focus becomes more financial. However, there are women out there who are willing to carry a baby for another couple/individual because…Continue
Added by Sharon LaMothe on August 12, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments
We recently chatted with professional organizer and life stylist, Rachel Strisik. She is not only an expert when it comes to staying organized during our busy lives but she is also the mother of identical twin girls born in January of 2008. We thought it would be great to ask Rachel a few questions about how to stay organized when it comes to dealing with…Continue