Discussion forum for those particularly interested in adoption and surrogacy and wish to share their experiences of parenthood.
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- Joined: Mon Jun 25, 2012 5:07 am
I live in a state in the US where paying someone to rent their womb IS legal, yet have a friend who is 32 who volunteered to be our surrogate. I'm not sure if I should have it be more of a business transaction or take the friend up on her most generous and kind offer? This is a very complex situation...does anyone have any personal experiences or advice? Many thanks!
36 yrs, Unexplained, 3.5 yrs TTC, 3 IUIs - All BFN
* 6 IVF Transfers: 4 Fresh, 2 Frozen, 3 BFNs, 2 BFPs (1 no heartbeat, 1 ectopic), 1 TBD
* 5 Fresh IVFs: 1 transfer cancelled due to lining
* 4 Frozen IVFs: 2 transfers cancelled due to lining
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- Joined: Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:29 pm
- Location: Carthage, Missouri
The surrogates must receive the full amount for their surrogacy, the clinic taking nothing at all. In addition, while Clinic helps counsel the surrogates on money matters, don't expect a single dollars of it nor would we take any. This service is for their benefit, as well as those of valued patients. It is a win-win situation and it will consider themselves blessed to be able to fulfill people’s dreams.
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- Joined: Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:33 pm
Its not necessary to have a friend. Their should be a legal contract binding surrogate and intended parents. Everything related to the terms of payment, cost of surrogate mother, custody of the child after birth and all relevant documents need to be prepared. The problem may arise in absence of any legal paper work and there may be unwanted emotional trauma later on. Get the advice at http://www.iwannagetpregnant.com/index
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