Same Love Surrogacy was created with you in mind, by individuals much like you. On your first visit with us, you will meet an experienced counselor who will guide you throughout your journey to becoming a parent—the same person will be with you, from finding the perfect egg or sperm donor and surrogate, all the way through fertilization and birth. From start to finish, the process of becoming a parent via surrogacy typically takes about 12-18 months, and sometimes longer, depending on the success of fertilization procedures. Because we have gone through the experience ourselves, either as intended parents or surrogate, we can promise you will be included, informed and prepared, every step of the way. Amongst the staff here at SLS, our surrogate coordinators have birthed 27 surrogate babies and counting, while our intended parent coordinators are raising their 11 surrogate babies and counting. Our resources include an extensive network of highly qualified physicians, clinics, attorneys, surrogates and egg and sperm donors. We’re also happy to work with any providers of your choice—we even offer sliding-scale pricing for those who have already chosen a surrogate or donor.
If you are ready to take next steps, please complete our brief online information request.
Featured Egg Donors
She has a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Northwest Nazarene University. She describes herself as outgoing and intelligent. She enjoys going to the gym and being active outdoors.
She has her Bachelor's degree in Event & Sports Management along with Tourism. She currently owns her own business. She describes herself as independent and determined. She enjoys playing the guitar and roller skating.
She has her bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Kentucky. She describes herself as caring and compassionate. She enjoys playing games and listening to music.
She attended college and now is a small successful business owner. She describes herself as creative and extroverted. She enjoys spending time with her children and writing.
She has her degree in Forensic Science with a focus in Papology from Anne Arundle College. She describes herself as creative and friendly. She enjoys playing the drums and dancing.
She has her Bachelor's degree in Communications from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She describes herself as creative and motivated. She enjoys photography and traveling.
She has her Bachelor's degree in Music with a focus on composure of Music. She is a classically trained Pianist. She enjoys being outdoors and cooking.
She has her Bachelor's degree in Business Management and a Master's degree in Strategic Leadership from Barton College. She describes herself as outgoing and ambitious. She enjoys exercising and traveling.
She is attending college to become a social worker. She currently aids children with special needs. She describes herself as creative and smart. She enjoys horseback riding, gardening, and swimming.
She attended the University of Mount Union with a degree in Art. She currently works as an Art teacher and considers herself an Artist. She enjoys learning new languages and plays the piano.
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The Same Love Surrogacy difference begins with your very first meeting: We will meet with you in whatever setting is most convenient and comfortable for you . . .
Once you feel fully informed and ready to embark on your journey to parenthood with Same Love Surrogacy, we will ask you to sign and submit our retainer agreement . . .
Unless you have already selected an egg or sperm donor or surrogate, our next step will be to identify donors and surrogates who are compatible with your personality . . .
Next, one of Same Love Surrogacy’s recommended clinics, or a clinic or physician of your choice, will conduct medical screenings of donor and surrogate to ensure they are physically capable of serving in their roles . . .
Properly executed agreements between intended parents and egg or sperm donor and between intended parents and surrogate are essential to ensure the rights and obligations of each party are clear and legally documented . . .
Once proper legal agreements are in place, the surrogate and intended mother or egg donor are medically prepared for retrieval of eggs and in vitro fertilization . . .
The happy ending. Ten to 12 days following the embryo transfer, the surrogate is given a blood test for pregnancy. Once the surrogate is pregnant, an ultrasound scan will be conducted to detect the baby’s heartbeat, usually eight to 10 weeks into the pregnancy . . .