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If you are thinking about donor sperm insemination as a way to build your family, The National Infertility Association says you should consider the following questions:
If the clinic provides the donor sperm, ask the clinic the following questions:
Are you just starting your parenting journey? Your options are varied, and surrogacy has become a popular method for family-building.
Growing Generations provides the most important questions you should consider when searching for a surrogacy agency.
The company believes the questions below should be asked of any agency that you are considering.
Foster parents are required to take charge of the childrens' lives. To help with this task and prevent possible allegations, the following is a list of questions to ask prior to accepting a placement:
Name, gender, age?
Reason for placement?
Intended parents are required to complete a questionnaire which introduces him/her/them to the potential surrogate mother. The following questions may be included on your questionnaire:
Name and Age:
When and where were you born?
Where were you raised?
How many siblings do you have?
What order were you born? (youngest, eldest, only child?)
Is your mother living? Is your father living? Are all your siblings living? If not, at what age did they pass away?
Listen when your kids talk. Show your love. Praise them. Be consistent. Spend time with them. These parenting ideals may seem obvious but it helps to be reminded of them.
The American Academy of Family Physicians offers guidelines to help your children grow up healthy and happy.