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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    How Your Diet Affects Fertility

    There are many at-home methods to be used that can increase your chances of a successful transfer. As always, check with your doctor before trying any of these methods. It is always good to begin with a healthy, well-balanced diet.Studies have shown that pesticides can affect estrogen and other hormones.

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    Pregnancy and Back Pain

    It’s not a secret that pregnancy often yields discomfort and the central point of that discomfort is usually your back. For many surrogates (and expectant moms everywhere), finding relief can sometimes feel impossible.If you are experiencing back pain and have already tried using popular methods such as ice, heat, or massage to relieve symptoms, there are other methods we want to share with you that may help.1. Strengthen your back muscles from the beginning; even before your transfer.

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    Communication Afterbirth

    It is one of the more uncomfortable topics that you must discuss with your surrogate. There are times when one party does not feel the same as the other. What happens then?

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