Greg helps Anne administer a hormone shot.

When someone has a successful pregnancy and is interested in becoming a surrogate to help another family, their partner is a huge source of support for that decision. We talked to Greg, one of the partners of Forward Fertility’s gestational carriers, about his role and the questions he had during the process. 

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James and Kate smile at a restaurant

When someone has a successful pregnancy and is interested in becoming a surrogate to help another family, their partner is a huge source of support for that decision. We talked to James, one of the partners of Forward Fertility’s gestational carriers, about his role and the questions he had during the process.

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Photo: breastmilk is bagged and stored in a freezer

No one plans to have their baby admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. With gestational carriers, the likelihood of this happening is lower due to careful selection of candidates. However, even when ‘everything looks good’ for gestational carrier candidates, NICU admissions can occur. Here are tips to help during NICU visits.

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Anne uses gallon bags for organizing milk.

Guest blogger, Anne, a two-time gestational carrier with Forward Fertility, shares her detailed pro-tips on exclusively pumping. These tips are good for ANY woman who is pumping breastmilk! They are tried and true.

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Photo shows the inside contents of a hospital bag including clothing and snacks.

Packing your hospital bag for a delivery as a gestational carrier is similar to when you went for your own children, with a few exceptions. Since you won’t have a newborn to care for, pay special attention to YOU.  Bring any little items that will bring you joy and comfort.

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An infant smiles while being buckled into a car seat by a parent's hands

You can complete your surrogacy journey during a global pandemic and get home safely with your precious cargo and this advice from other parents.

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