A results-oriented, full-service surrogacy agency, Shared Conception provides clients with the highest standard of care in the surrogacy industry at an affordable price.  Effectively and efficiently, we match and facilitate gestational surrogacy arrangements with surrogate mothers and Intended Parents residing in the United States and internationally. Shared Conception actively works with traditional, gay or lesbian couples, singles, and with all races, religions, and ethnic backgrounds. We offer our clients a platinum standard of service, an insider’s knowledge of the surrogacy process and experienced and professional referrals to insure the Intended Parent’s and surrogate’s comfort every step of the way.

Your dreams of parenthood begins NOW as you peruse our site and reality starts to set-in-you can be a parent, really. Let the dream begin!

Let us help you give a priceless gift in a way only YOU can-through surrogacy!

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    Never giving up on a dream through surrogacy

    In life, some dreams are achieved without much effort, while others take sacrifice and tears to attain. The latter pertains to couples who are unable to have children due to infertility.It is a topic matter which affects more couples than one might think.In recent years, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 7 million Americans are suffering from infertility.  With a closer magnification on these numbers, 1 in 8 couples are sadly touched by this.

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    Another Celebrity Blessed by Surrogacy!

    Infertility rates are increasing with each passing year. Coupled with this medical hurdle, numerous same-sex couples are yearning to become mothers and fathers. Gay men in particular, look to surrogates so they can build the family they dreamed of always having.High profile celebrities have emerged, sharing their surrogacy success stories, giving so many individuals the tangible hope of becoming parents one day.One star to share her surrogacy news is Jordana Brewster of “Fast and Furious.&...

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    How a surrogate helped a breast cancer survivor

    Reporter, Paul Swiech, interviewed Allie Ruff, 29, who became a mother to a baby girl via surrogacy in late August 2016. Ruff was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma after discovering a lump. She and her husband, Dave, were married only a year at the time.Faced with immediate healthcare decisions to make, Ruff realized that her treatments, which would include chemotherapy, could trigger infertility.

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