Calls for More Respectful Language around Pregnancy Highlight the Need to Honor Surrogates and All Mothers, says Global Surrogacy Services

Friday, May 31, 2019 General News
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The Los Angeles based service comments on a recent article that surrogate mothers are giving others the greatest gifts of all.

LOS ANGELES, May 30, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- A May 11 commentary on Time explores

the long-standing tendency to use less than fully respectful, or at least outdated, synonyms and euphemisms for pregnancy. Writer Katy Steinmetz argues that careless slang phrases imply that woman are merely vehicles for reproduction, assigning them an inferior role in society and negating the nobility of pregnancy. Gestational Surrogacy Services says that it's clear that, even in a society that claims to deeply honor motherhood, it's clear that all too many of us treat the continuation of human life as somehow undeserving of esteem. Global Surrogacy Services says that it's high time that members of the public realize that all mothers deserve extra respect and that gestational surrogates, in particular, should be prized for their act of incredible generosity in helping couples and individuals to build families of their own.

Global Surrogacy Services points out that it has devoted itself to honoring the women who become surrogates by ensuring that they are treated with sensitivity and with the very best in medical attention at all times. The agency says that it prides itself on its painstaking commitment to the welfare of gestational surrogates, making sure they are screened in every way necessary to ensure each candidate is prepared, both physically and psychologically, to handle the challenges of childbirth.

The agency notes that, while all prospective surrogates should be admired for their willingness to take such a major step, becoming a mother in this way is obviously not for every woman. Specifically, Global Surrogacy Services says that any woman considering becoming a surrogate needs to be between the ages of 21 and 38, must have already given birth and to have a child at home. It says that it ensures that all prospective surrogates are rigorously screened in terms of their physical and psychological health. Not surprisingly, gestational surrogates must live a healthy lifestyle in a stable environment and have no history of problems such as substance abuse. Naturally, they must live in smoke-free households as well as being nonsmokers themselves, says the agency.

For the women who are able to meet all of the criteria and enter their pool of surrogates, Global Surrogacy Services says that it provides outstanding medical and psychological support every step of the way, along with substantial compensation. Using cutting edge technology, the firm monitors each case to assume that both the child and the surrogate are progressing appropriately. The firm recognizes that, while the needs of infants and intended parents are always paramount, gestational surrogacy itself is an incredible act of kindness and compassion, and the women who make it possible should be treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.

Intended parents and potential surrogates who would like to find out more are encouraged to call Global Surrogacy Services at (800) 355-2009 or visit its website at


SOURCE Global Surrogacy Services

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