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23-Jan-2019

Kim Kardashian West's Second Surrogacy Decision Highlights How the Procedure Can Help Intended Parents Dealing with Medical Concerns, says Global Surrogacy Services

Kim Kardashian West's Second Surrogacy Decision Highlights How the Procedure Can Help Intended Parents Dealing with Medical Concerns, says Global Surrogacy Services Global Surrogacy Services comments on a recent article that conditions like placenta accreta are one major reason intended parents turn to its services.

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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22, 2019

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- A January 3article in People Magazine reveals the previously unknown reason Kim Kardashian West chose surrogacy. During her pregnancies with her first two children, the 38-year old reality TV superstar survived a frightening brush with placenta accreta, a condition that occurs in 1 of 100 pregnancies. With this condition, the placenta remains connected after childbirth, which can result in dangerous hemorrhaging. In the case of Kim Kardashian West, her doctor was forced to manually detach the placenta. The actress described that birth as the most painful experience of her life. Global Surrogacy Services says that many women and men face similar physical challenges that make achieving a pregnancy problematic. However, the technology behind gestational surrogacy allows intended parents to produce their own children in a positive, supportive atmosphere.

Global Surrogacy Services says that gestational surrogacy offers couples and individuals with all kinds of challenges and situations an effective path toward achieving their hopes without undue risk or psychological stress. Due to ongoing advances in medical science, surrogacy procedures have never been safer or more effective for both babies and surrogates. The service adds that, with the number of surrogate pregnancies on the rise, the process is being met with growing social acceptance and far less stigma than ever, as evidenced by celebrities of all genders and orientations who have openly decided to become parents through surrogacy. However, due to a wide range of laws which differ substantially from state to state and country to country, the legal challenges can be even more daunting than some medical issues. The agency says that its work involves teaming with expert legal specialists and highly qualified medical personnel, while also keeping intended parents and surrogates in the loop at all times as it cultivates an atmosphere of compassion and empowerment.

The agency adds that the mental, physical and emotional well-being of all participants is always its very highest priority. Towards that end, the service makes sure that surrogates are thoroughly vetted, not only for physical and mental health, but also for temperament and compatibility with prospective parents. Surrogate mothers need to meet many criteria, starting with already having at least one child of their own and being comfortable and committed to the surrogacy process for the right reasons, says the agency. The firm notes that many surrogates report following enjoying a deeply fulfilling experience that enriches their lives in many ways.

Some parents may have special concerns, particularly if they are high profile individuals who wish to maintain a degree of privacy. Global Surrogacy Services adds that its VIP concierge service offers truly comprehensive personal support so that the process of beginning or adding to a family will be as serene and comfortable as possible for all parties.

To learn more about Global Surrogacy Services, contact the agency by telephone at (800) 355-2009 or visiting its website at https://www.globalsurrogacyservices.com.

 

SOURCE Global Surrogacy Services

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Last Updated: 23-Jan-2019