Infertility Awareness through Virtual 5K Proves That Life – Including the Surrogacy Journey – Continues During COVID-19, says Global Surrogacy Services

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The gestational surrogacy agency comments on a recent article that Infertility Awareness Week is an outstanding time to considering starting on a gestational surrogacy journey.

Global Surrogacy Services guides intended parents and gestational surrogates through the entire journey to bringing a new life into the world.

Dealing with infertility or pregnancy complications can be heartbreaking but modern medicine provides a powerful option for intended parents in the form of gestational surrogacy via IVF.

An April 15 article on Patch reports on a virtual 5K in honor of Infertility Awareness Week that was organized to raise money and awareness for infertility and miscarriages. In keeping with social distancing protocol, the run was carried out individually to avoid a large gathering, with participants running in their neighborhoods or on treadmills at home. Proceeds raised through the registration fees were donated to help families cover the costs of nontraditional paths to parenthood. Los Angeles-based surrogacy agency Global Surrogacy Services praises all the efforts that have gone into the Infertility Awareness campaign and notes that dealing with infertility or pregnancy complications can be heartbreaking but modern medicine provides a powerful option for intended parents in the form of gestational surrogacy via IVF (in vitro fertilization) .

Global Surrogacy Services says that despite current shelter in place rules and limitations on elective medical procedures, it is still able to help intended parents with the earlier non-clinical phases of surrogacy, including free virtual consultations to start the entire process of matching families with a surrogate and navigating complex legal details. The firm notes that the same applies to women who are interested in learning how to become a surrogate. They can reach out to the agency and begin the comprehensive screening process that protects surrogates and allows intended parents to feel confident in the process. The agency, which is based in Los Angeles but functions both nationally and globally, adds that it has long made a practice of arranging virtual meetings for clients across state and national borders so organizing meetings among people who may live closer together is also highly feasible if needed.

Global Surrogacy Services says that other facets of the surrogacy process can also be completed during the current crisis. Nearly anything that doesn’t require a face-to-face meeting can be started virtually. For example, extra paperwork may be required when working across borders, as many different states and countries have varying laws regarding surrogacy. The agency says that intended parents can begin drafting all the necessary documents that can later be reviewed by lawyers obtained through the agency. This can speed up the legal process once the surrogacy process officially begins, allowing intended parents to focus more on the truly significant and joyful parts of the parental journey when that time comes.

Global Surrogacy Services says that the process intended parents and surrogates go through on the way to creating a new member of the human race can be lengthy, but that they are there for both parents and surrogates every step of the way. Even though the world is experiencing uncertain times and many things are being delayed, it won’t be that way forever, says the firm, so there’s no reason not to get at the front of the line and begin the gestational surrogacy today.

Interested readers can learn more about Global Surrogacy Services by visiting their website at or by calling (800) 355-2009.

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