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Surrogacy affords the opportunity of a dream-made-true for couples and individuals hoping to become parents but face the burdens of infertility or other health issues which make pregnancy and delivery dangerous or impossible. Surrogacy also allows same-sex couples and LGBT individuals the chance to live out their dreams of parenthood. It enables parents to welcome a child into the world that is biologically their own and continue the miracle of their family lines.

Surrogacy is comprised of two different types: traditional and gestational.

In traditional surrogacy, the surrogate is the child’s biological mother. Sperm is introduced through artificial insemination, the mother uses her own egg, and then delivers the child herself.

In gestational surrogacy, the surrogate is biologically unrelated to the child. The surrogate carries the eggs and sperm of the intended parents, the implantation process takes place in a medical clinic, and the surrogate delivers the child for the intended parents.


If you, your spouse, or your partner is confronting fertility issues, you’re far from alone.

According to the American Pregnancy Association, infertility affects more than 6 million individuals throughout the U.S and more than 2 million married couples have been diagnosed as infertile. Infertility rates are directly proportional to age, with nearly 33% of couples in which the woman is 35 or older confronting fertility problems.

For couples or individuals facing infertility, surrogacy can provide an avenue to bring a child into your family who is truly your own.

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Same-Sex Couples and LBGT Parents

For LGBT couples and individuals, surrogacy presents the same wonderful opportunity: the chance to welcome a child into your family who is biologically yours.

Future Family Starter believes deeply that a parent’s love, care, and responsibility are the most important predeterminants to raising a happy, healthy child. We encourage LGBT couples and individuals who wish to become parents to consider a surrogate arrangement and offer our full services in support of your parenthood.

Female Health Conditions Preventing Pregnancy and Delivery

For some couples and individuals, infertility is not the obstacle to parenthood, but rather an existing medical condition which renders the arduous physical efforts of pregnancy and delivery too dangerous, risky, or plainly impossible.

If you, your spouse, or your partner faces such a condition, you may wish to consider a surrogacy arrangement which will allow you to bring a child of your own into the world through the help of a surrogate.