Parents who have struggled with infertility don’t always know where to turn when they’re looking for information about their family-building options, especially surrogacy. Now, we can point them to surrogate.com.
Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) April 28, 2017
For the estimated 1 in 8 couples who struggle with infertility, National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) highlights the need for more information and awareness of the family-building options available to hopeful parents. One new resource, surrogate.com, is answering that need with some of the most complete surrogacy information on the web.
Surrogacy as it is practiced today is a fairly new process — modern surrogacy has only been practiced for about 30 years. But with rapidly advancing medical technology and shifting social perceptions about what makes a family, it is becoming an increasingly common way for single parents, members of the LGBT community, and especially couples who have faced infertility to add to their families.
Despite this growth in popularity, surrogacy is a still-emerging and often misunderstood method of building families. Jason Tabuchi, an Adoptive Family Coordinator at American Adoptions, said couples often contact him looking for information about their family-building options. Unfortunately, Tabuchi said there are not enough surrogacy information resources available to the couples who may be interested in this form of assisted reproduction.
“Parents who have struggled with infertility don’t always know where to turn when they’re looking for information about their family-building options, especially surrogacy,” Tabuchi said. “Now, when the families who contact us need additional resources or information about options other than adoption, we can point them to surrogate.com.”
With sections for both prospective surrogates and intended parents, surrogate.com explains everything from the basic steps of the surrogacy process, to suggestions for choosing a surrogacy professional, to tips for surrogates to maintain a healthy pregnancy.
For families who are considering their family-building options and are new to surrogacy, some articles of particular interest might include:
Informed by leading professionals in the surrogacy industry, surrogate.com is the best source for online surrogacy information. The comprehensive website provides prospective surrogates, hopeful parents and others in the surrogacy community with the education and resources they need through every step of the surrogacy process.