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Four Common Surrogacy Myths

Four Common Surrogacy Myths

The general public believes many myths about surrogacy. Here are four of the most common, and the facts.

BY STACI SWIDERSKI

If you’re just starting to think about becoming a parent through surrogacy, you may know little about the process and not know where to start. Then, as you start researching, you may feel inundated with information—and, unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation out there, too.

Here are four of the most common misconceptions about the surrogacy process:

1. The child is genetically-related to the surrogate. Although this is true in a “traditional” surrogacy arrangement, in a gestational surrogacy arrangement the embryos are created with either the intended mother’s eggs or eggs from a donor, or a donor embryo is used. The surrogate’s eggs are never used in gestational surrogacy.

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About Staci Swiderski

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Staci Swiderski is the co-founder of the surrogacy agency Family Source Consultants, with offices in Illinois and Florida. Swiderski completed her family through surrogacy and has been an egg donor twice.

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  • Bridel

    I’m wanting to learn more about surrogacy,I am unable to have kidz anymore,my hubby has none of his own,what do we need to do to learn more

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