So you’ve been facing infertility issues for an extended period of time. You’ve tried alternative methods of getting pregnant, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) and artificial insemination (AI). Yet, nothing seems to be working, and you’re anxious to bring a new baby into your family.
One of the many options available to couples that are trying to achieve pregnancy here at the Center of Reproductive Medicine, is having a baby by way of the services of a surrogate. If you're considering surrogacy, one question you may be asking yourself is how to choose a surrogate to carry your child. In an effort to assist you in making your decision, we thought it might be helpful to give you a quick guide of things to consider.