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Understanding the Medical & Legal Aspects of Surrogacy- An Option in Infertility

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Surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction for people who are either unable to conceive due to medical complications, or any other reason. It is an agreement where a woman agrees to carry a pregnancy for a couple or a person, who will become the baby's parent after birth. Surrogacy has been a controversial issue around the world and involves a lot of complicated contracts that intended parents as well as surrogates need to abide by. We are discussing the medical and legal aspects of surrogacy with reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Aimee D. Eyvazzadeh, reproductive/fertility lawyer Greggory M Field, and Emily M Field who became a mother through surrogacy.

Dr.Aimee also known as the ‘Egg Whisperer; is one America’s most famous fertility doctors. She is a Harvard educated board certified OBGYN, specializing in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. But it’s her Egg Freezing Parties that made her a media darling. She has been featured in magazine like People and Marie Claire, and has also been featured on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Morning, and Fox Network, along with a number of other newscasts. Her goal it to teach everyone about fertility awareness and how to #GetAheadOfInfertility.

Mr. Greggory M Field is an Attorney and Partner with Field Fertility, Goldfarb, Zeidner & Field Attorneys at Law. A “Rising Star” awardee and a member of several prestigious societies, as a Third Party Reproductive Lawyer, Mr. Field represents surrogates, egg donors, intended parents, and embryo donors.

Emily Dubin Field is a mom thanks to IVF and surrogacy - after a long and emotional fertility journey, which she is very open about. She has her MBA in nonprofit management, and is also a member of the Society of Ethics of Egg Donation and Surrogacy.

 

 

 

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