Find Surrogate Mothers,
Egg Donors and Intended Parents
In Our Online Surrogacy Community
Welcome to MySurrogateMom, the first independent surrogacy community in the US and Canada.
Finding the right surrogate mother, egg donor, or intended parents is an extremely personal process. We have created this space to help you connect with your surrogacy soulmate.
Surrogacy is a priceless experience, and the rewards are amazing. On our online community, we have put together all the resources, tools and information needed to help match extraordinary surrogates and selfless donors with hopeful intended parents.
Find surrogate mothers, egg donors, or intended parents online based on location, age, and/or special requirements.
Create a profile and add a photo, and you will have instant access to our surrogacy community.
Show interest in the members you like and get to know them. Ask a lot of questions and be as honest as possible.
Finding the right intended parents, egg donor, or surrogate is one of the most important steps in your journey.
Whether you are contemplating growing your family via surrogacy or giving the gift of parenthood as a donor or a surrogate, you probably have many questions about the process.
If you are looking for answers you can visit our blog, talk with other members or get in contact with any of the surrogacy professionals on our online community. Don’t wait, sign up now – it’s totally free!
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In Canada and the US, surrogacy has become a popular option for same-sex couples, straight couples, or single parents looking to build their families. This process may look complex, but once you learn a few things, you’ll realize that it’s easy to understand.
We have written this ten-step guide to help you understand how the process works.
Whether you are looking to become a parent through surrogacy or help someone as a surrogate, the first thing you need to do is decide if surrogacy is right for you. At this early stage, it’s recommended that you learn as much as possible about the process, the legalities, and the challenges that you may encounter.
Your journey should always start with a thorough review of possible destinations because surrogacy is legal in a limited number of countries. In addition, some countries only allow altruistic surrogacy (Canada) while others allow commercial surrogacy (the US). This can impact, both, the cost of surrogacy for the prospective parents and the potential surrogate’s compensation. It is recommended that you speak to a local attorney specializing in third party reproduction. He or she will be able to guide you through the specifics.
It's time to start working on your surrogacy plan, a roadmap of how you see the journey unfolding. Define your expectations and goals and make note of the surrogacy professionals you will work with. Also, it’s important to have a backup plan in case things don’t go as smoothly as planned.
Are you pursuing traditional surrogacy or gestational surrogacy? If you’re pursing the latter, prospective parents will need to consider if an egg donor is needed.
Whether you choose to go independent or use a surrogacy agency, the surrogacy journey will be challenging. A reputable surrogacy professional can help you overcome these challenges, but you shouldn’t feel obligated to see one. If challenges arise, it is quite possible that you can deal with them on your own.
Finding a surrogate mother or intended parents is arguably one of the most exciting and important steps of the process. You are going to have a close relationship for one year or more, so you need to ensure that you share similar values and expectations.
The prospective surrogate and egg donor will undergo medical screening at the fertility clinic. Once these exams are passed, a fertility lawyer will draft the surrogacy contract.
The next step in the process occur in rapid succession once the medical screenings have been passed and the legal agreement has been signed. The surrogate mother and egg donor will follow the fertility treatment to ensure a good egg donation, embryo creation, embryo transfer and positive pregnancy.
Upon the birth of the child, the paperwork will begin with the birth registration process, birth certificate, and passport. Children born via surrogacy in Canada or the US will be automatically Canadian or US citizens.
Upon the birth of the child, the paperwork will begin with the birth registration process, birth certificate, and passport. Children born via surrogacy in Canada, or the US, will automatically be Canadian or US citizens. It's time to return home! Also, the surrogate and the intended parents will need to adjust to their new relationship after being in an intense relationship for at least nine months.