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Hopefully, the pregnancy will be a joyful journey for all involved, with many happy days (including ultrasounds and, of course, the birth). Communication should be open to ensure everyone is on the same page. Again, this is where an agency can be so important.

Even if everyone is in agreement, it is wonderful to have the agency take the responsibility of reminding the surrogate of her appointments. Be sure to find out exactly what testing and oversight are included throughout pregnancy to prevent surprises.

We attend all doctor’s and other pregnancy-related meetings with the surrogate. Find out if your surrogate receives recommendations from the nutritionist and is supported by a personal psychologist as we do.

During pregnancy, you constantly receive information on the visits of the surrogate in English. The photos and videos from the ultrasounds are forwarded to you too.

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Shayne Dahl Lamas, an American reality television personality and actress, known for winning twelfth season of the popular reality television show The bachelor got married to Nik Richie in 2010 and in 2011 Shayne Lamas and Nik Richie were blessed with a daughter Press Dahl Lamas-Richie. Two years after the birth of her first child, Shayne was expecting her second child but in February 2014, she collapsed in her Orange County home and was taken to the hospital. Later, it was revealed that she had suffered a miscarriage due to internal bleeding in her uterus. Further, after the complicated miscarriage of her 20 weeks baby, Shayne also had to get her uterus removed which made her incapable of conceiving a child but the hope wasn’t lost.

Shayne Lamas announced in September that they expecting a baby via surrogate, and  she revealed that the woman who was carrying her baby was her stepmom.

Surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction where intended parents work with a gestational surrogate who will carry and care for their baby(ies) until birth. Intended parents use surrogacy to start or grow their families when they can't do so on their own.

Shayne Lamas chose the path of surrogacy and got blessed with a baby boy with the help of her stepmother. Surrogacy can change lives of many.

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Neil Patrick Harris, ‘Legendary’ Barney Stinson from How I Met Your Mother an American sitcom is not only a famous American actor but also a singer, writer and a producer. Neil Patrick's husband David Burtka was starred in the same series as Scooter. Who would’ve thought that Barney will marry Scooter in real life.

Harris and Burtka got married in September 2014. Harris said he didn’t know Burtka was gay at first, but when de discovered, he decided to make his move. They are happily married and they have two children, a son named Gideon and a daughter named Harper.

Neil Patrick and David Burtka welcomed their son and daughter via surrogacy in 2010. The “How I met your mother” star opened up about the surrogacy process, revealing that they found a surrogate who had helped same-sex couples before. He added, “We inserted two eggs, one with my sperm and one with David's sperm and they both took,” he said, so no one knows “whose is whose.”

The couple knew the surrogate, but the egg donor - who they found through a donation bank and thus were able to research her personal and medical history - was anonymous
Surrogacy changed their lives and blessed them with twins and the twins conception was quite a miracle of modern science. Harris told they 'lucked out' that both of the embryos took and reports the children are healthy and thriving.

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A woman acted as a surrogate and carried quadruplets for her best friend who wasn't able to get pregnant.

A woman and her best friend are sharing their incredible story of surrogacy and how one of them carried the other’s quadruplets following a hard-fought battle with fertility. Giving your best friend a gift not only shows them you appreciate them, but it makes them feel loved, and it makes you feel good, too. But one woman went far beyond one gift, and ended up giving her best friend the gift of four children.

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A woman in Idaho, who served as a surrogate for a couple, decided to care for the baby for almost half a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Just two months before Emily Chrislisp was scheduled to give birth, COVID-19 became a global pandemic — pausing all travel and putting up strict restrictions to stop the spread.

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Kelley McKissack acted as her daughter's surrogate in 2016. Now, her daughter has given birth to her second child.

A woman gave birth to her second child four years after her own mother was the surrogate for her first child. The woman and her husband are thrilled to welcome their baby girl into the world. They say both of their children are miracle babies, as their first child was born through a surrogate – the woman’s mother.

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Because a NIPT test for fetal abnormalities. is a simple blood test, the chance of any complications is extremely low, and it doesn't have the same risk of miscarriage as a diagnostic test.

You can have a NIPT if your surrogate carrying twins, although it may not give you as much information as for one baby. For example, the test can’t tell you which twin may be affected if the results show a high likelihood of Down syndrome. And a NIPT may not be able to tell you the sex of both twins.

NIPT isn’t recommended for triplets or more, because there hasn’t been much research on its usefulness or accuracy for multiple pregnancies.

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Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kandi Burruss Welcomes Baby No. 3 Via Surrogate

Welcome to the world! Kandi Burruss’ surrogate gave birth to her third child on Friday, November 22.

“She’s here! Blaze Tucker born at 6:54 p.m. on 11-22-19 weighing 8 lbs, 1 oz,” a text message the reality star sent to her fans reads. “I’m so thankful to add another healthy, beautiful, baby girl to the family!”

After The Shade Room shared the exciting news, Burruss added, “We’re so in love!”

In September, Bravo broke the news that the Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 43, and her husband, Todd Tucker, were expecting a child via gestational carrier. This news came three years after the couple welcomed son Ace, 3. He joined the reality star’s 17-year-old daughter, Riley, she shares with ex-boyfriend Russell Spencer, as well as Tucker’s daughter, Kaela, from a previous relationship.

Burruss told Us Weekly exclusively about their surrogacy plans in November 2018. “We did find someone, and right now we are in the process — you know it hasn’t been done — but we’re in the process,” the Bravo personality explained at the time. “We have two embryos that are still left from when we had Ace. So, we have two embryos left and we know they’re girls.”

The Georgia native admitted that she was “nervous” and “kind of scared,” adding, “I don’t have anybody who can tell me [about it]. When we were going through the IVF process, I did have a couple of friends who had done it, so, you know, I could talk to them, but this is a situation where I don’t have anybody I can talk to.”

But five months later, the former Xscape member spoke to Busy Philipps about the surrogacy advice Andy Cohen gave her once his son, Benjamin, arrived.

“I had made a comment. I said something like, ‘I guess I’m gonna have a baby mama,’” Burruss said on Busy Tonight. “And he said to me, ‘Don’t you ever say that because you are the mother. And to say she’s your baby’s mom is taking away from you.’ It made me feel better. At the time I didn’t know that he was doing [surrogacy] too. And then when he announced it, he hit me up immediately and said, ‘Now you see why I felt so strongly.’”

Article by US Weekly By Riley Cardoza

Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine:

Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the world struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine, our amazing medical facilities and professionals, surrogates and donors are in Ukraine, because Ukrainian law protects the rights of parents and their children from inception at affordable costs and high success rates.

Unique to Delivering Dreams, we offer guaranteed not to exceed, all-inclusive pricing and contracts under US law to provide prospective parents legal and financial security.

1 in 6 couples are struggling with infertility. You are not alone. We want to be your path to parenthood.

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The due date for the Million Dollar Listing New York agent's babies is only weeks away.

Fredrik Eklund just put the finishing touches on the nursery for his twins, and right in the nick of time, because his babies will be here before we know it. "It's weeks," the Million Dollar Listing New York agent recently told The Daily Dish about the impending arrival of his twins. "It's not months; it's weeks."

Fredrik and his husband Derek Kaplan are expecting twins via a surrogate, the couple announced in the Season 6 finale of MDLNY. And it appears that Fredrik and Derek have formed a close bond with the woman carrying their son and daughter, so much so that she's even living with the couple, the MDLNY agent recently shared with The Daily Dish. "So I see her stomach, I kiss her stomach, I touch, and I speak to them," Fredrik gushed in the video, above.
Fans haven't had the pleasure of meeting Fredrik and Derek's surrogate yet, but the MDLNYagent did share this positively glorious photo of himself with her bare baby bump on Instagram in September. Do you feel that? That right there is instant joy.

At least Fredrik and Derek have already worked out how they're going to divide up responsibilities with their babies. "I'm like a 3-year-old myself. Derek is the strict one who's gonna, obviously, give them structure," Fredrik explained. "I'm just gonna be a kid myself. I'm gonna have friends in them." 

We imagine there will be some high kicking lessons in the twins' futures, too. 

From Bravo article by LAURA ROSENFELD

Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine:

Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the world struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine, our amazing medical facilities and professionals, surrogates and donors are in Ukraine, because Ukrainian law protects the rights of parents and their children from inception at affordable costs and high success rates.

Unique to Delivering Dreams, we offer guaranteed not to exceed, all-inclusive pricing and contracts under US law to provide prospective parents legal and financial security.

1 in 6 couples are struggling with infertility. You are not alone. We want to be your path to parenthood.

Would you like to learn more? Please contact us to share your challenges, ask questions and discuss solutions. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., www.Delivering-Dreams.com and www.international-surrogacy.com, 1.908.386.3864

International surrogacy made simple!

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In this beautiful and simple piece by Giselle Potter, all the concerns and stages of considering surrogacy and who your surrogate and donor will be are mentioned. They are similar to those in Ukrainian surrogacy.

Enjoy the article:

You, hello, waiting at Penn Station, are you my surrogate? You, walking past the diner in a small Texas town, is it you?

This is a love letter to the woman who will incubate my baby. A want ad for its first babysitter. You won’t have to change diapers, calm fussiness or warm bottles: For nine months I’d like to borrow your womb. Are you interested? Can we get coffee?

Since first dates are for back story… For five years, as a single woman, I’ve tried very hard to get pregnant. The good news: I have a litter of frozen embryos. The bad news: For reasons unknown, my uterus won’t let them implant. Rather than being the sticky surface embryos need to nestle in, my uterine lining repels them, like a cranky old lady on a porch rocking chair flicking mosquitoes off her shoulder.

Like many women who must leap into the hamster wheel of infertility, I’ve had almost every procedure, test and medication. Acronyms I never wanted to know — IUI, I.V.F., F.E.T., hCG, N.K., MTHFR — now fly off the tongue. Six uterine biopsies, hundreds of pills, countless injections in stomach and thighs. Hoping to fix my implantation problem, I’ve taken drugs that induce temporary hot-flashy menopause.

You’re no doubt curious about how I got here. It’s a long tale, best saved for a second date, but let’s just say it involved lesbianism at a time with few role models for queer parenthood. It involved my parents dying suddenly when I was 25 and 27, making the rest of my 20s — a time when many women are beginning the settle-down trajectory — a blur. And then it involved relationships with men who decided they didn’t want kids. So now I’m wooing a woman again. Not for sex but something even more intimate.

When you put down your coffee (if this works out, you’ll switch to tea, right?) you say I seem to be keeping it together. I am. But after years of infertility’s always-hopes and always-misses, devastation lurks beneath the surface. The kind of steel-toed grief that can kick over the stereo at a raucous dance party, transforming a festive moment into utter silence. The kind of grief that can clear a room.

I hope my back story has stoked your empathy. I know we’re only at the beginning of our courtship but might you be The One?

My doctor says your body mass index must be below 30, your age less than 40, and you’ve had at least one uncomplicated birth. You shouldn’t hate being pregnant. I’d like us to be close enough in age that you could never be my daughter.

Psychological evaluations will ensure we’re both ready for this relationship: that you won’t become impossibly attached, that I won’t wind up camping on your lawn or calling five times a day or sending more boxes of organic vegetables than you can eat. There will be medical screenings to guarantee your uterus is in tiptop shape and that you’re free of S.T.D.s. Background checks will ease any concerns; it’s important to know if you ever stole something that wasn’t yours.

There are financial questions too: your base compensation and any extras — maternity clothes, if bed rest, if a C-section, etc. Lawyers will draft contracts. And you must birth in a surrogacy-friendly state where this arrangement won’t incur us fines or jail time. I’m willing to get on a plane for you. Ideally you’re somewhere I can easily visit, chat on your couch, coo to your belly. There’s a lot to sort out before we can commit to each other. But please don’t be overwhelmed. We can do this.

From the get-go, our relationship will require extreme clarity. Some things we must agree on: how many embryos will be transferred into you; if we’d reduce triplets to twins; if we’d terminate for Down syndrome; if I can be in the delivery room, catch the baby, cut the cord; if you’ll provide breast milk; what kind of relationship we’ll have, if any, in years to come.

If you were an egg donor I’d care about I.Q., hair color, creative pursuits. Since I’m just subletting your womb I care about its square footage, if the appliances work, if it’s a safe neighborhood. You should have a robust support system. I wonder what your kids will think if you return, empty-handed, from the hospital.

My savior, hero, business partner, fun house mirror; you’re the embodiment of my body’s failure, the manifestation of my last hope. It’s a lot, I know. As in any relationship, it may take time to fully trust each other. Ideally you’ll care for my baby as if your own, with enough distance to keep your love in check.

I want us to feel like family. You will forever be imprinted on my child. It will have ingested your nutrients, felt your emotions. For its formative months, yours is the voice it will hear each day. Yours is the gait that will feel like home. When the baby comes into my arms, all of us joyously sobbing around the hospital bed, it may feel like adopting my biological child out of someone else’s body.

For you I will always be grateful. For you I may always be a tiny bit sad.

Surrogacy isn’t something one considers out of the gate. It comes later, every option exhausted, when addiction to the doctor’s “one more thing we could try to get you pregnant” has left you bone-crushingly drained. Although surrogacy is overwhelming — emotionally, financially — I desperately want a new conversation. I am sick of infertility being life’s dominant topic, bored of the broken record, ready to hear a bright new song.

Hello, you, reading this on the subway, could it be you? Or you, scrolling this on your phone at the grocery store? When we meet, we’ll know. Maybe it’s like love at first sight. Regardless, I can’t wait. Here’s my hand. It’s open. Reach out and grab it.

Our upcoming book, “Successful Surrogacy: Your Guide to Realizing Your Dreams of Parenthood Through Ukrainian Surrogacy” reveals the process, details and answers to embower you to start your Ukrainian Surrogacy Journey and ensure it will be an affordable, secure and happy experience.

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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.

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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.