It’s important for gay men to explore several questions with their prospective gestational carrier when meeting for the first time.
Gay men considering surrogacy might balk at the suggestion they need therapy. But counseling is an essential part of the process.
Reputable surrogacy agencies require three screenings of intended fathers as set forth by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).
Despite a clear benefit – both gay dads can have a genetic connection to their baby – having a sister serve as egg donor has serious consequences.
Choosing a surrogacy agency to work with is not an easy decision. You should conduct thorough research to make sure your needs will be met by the agency.
The average cost of surrogacy for gay men in the United States is roughly $120,000. The total cost can vary greatly depending on several factors.
Before you even meet with potential gestational carriers, review our list of 7 important considerations.
Traditional surrogacy provides gay men a unique opportunity to have a biological child, but the practice is not legal everywhere in the United States.
In this article, a comprehensive review of U.S. states where same-sex couples can and where they cannot use gestational surrogacy to become fathers.
Thanks to a procedure known as “sperm washing,” HIV-positive gay men can safely reproduce without passing HIV on to their gestational carrier or offspring.