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Extraordinary Conceptions readies for Europe

EC Welcomes Former Surrogate

Whenever Extraordinary Conceptions travels the world for its complimentary educational receptions, quite naturally, the dreams of parenthood follow.

Extraordinary Conceptions, an international egg donor and surrogacy agency based in San Diego County, continually garners the attention of intended parents around the globe. Its years of experience, coupled with compassion and integrity enables them to be one of the most sought after agencies.

Additionally, their recent media coverage highlights the passion for what they do.

Extraordinary Conceptions visits Europe a few times a year.

On this trip, founder of Extraordinary Conceptions and the Surrogacy Law Center, Stephanie Caballero, Esq., will champion visits to Milan and Bologna in Italy, and Geneva, Switzerland, spanning the dates of Sept. 13 to 20.

Joining her will be Dr. Vito Cardone, considered by many as the pioneer in the field of infertility in both the U.S.A and Canada. He opened the doors to three renowned fertility clinics in the U.S.A.

Dr. Cardone is fluent in English, Italian, French, and Spanish.

Caballero, who battled infertility, sought a surrogate to fulfill her dreams of motherhood. She wholeheartedly understands the sadness so many couples face when realizing their inability to bear children. Now the mother of twins, Caballero is also a professional assisted reproductive law attorney.

She has represented more than 2,000 clients worldwide.

Caballero will discuss how European couples, including gay spouses, can rely on the U.S.A.  The educational agenda includes information on fertility centers, the role of doctors in helping intended parents, and the women who would be happy to carry a baby for those wanting to become mothers and fathers.

From a legal standpoint, Caballero will speak about surrogacy in U.S.A. These subjects will include how European couples return with their baby who has an American passport, and of course, the birth certificate which has the names of the intended parents on it.

These educational receptions are small and intimate. Generally, no more than five couples are in attendance. This intentional decision gives Extraordinary Conceptions the ability to meet clients one-on-one and address any questions which may arise.

Building relationships is what Extraordinary Conceptions does best.

Over the years, Extraordinary Conceptions has helped couples who thought they could never become parents. The special people they have met include women who have been born without a uterus, individuals who have undergone cancer treatments which render them infertile, have physical disabilities, or have been denied a child because they are LGBT.

At Extraordinary Conceptions, everyone has the right to love and to be loved by a child. With kind and professional guidance, this agency has been honored to assist exceptional individuals to create a family legally through egg donation and surrogacy.

Our surrogates, a compassionate group of women, want to make the dreams of parenthood come true. Surrogates are especially privileged to help families from all around the world; and, the relationships formed between international intended parents and surrogates are brimful for the anticipation of “delivery day.”

For those interested in attending this free educational reception, please contact Erica at erica@extraconceptions.com to learn more as well as reserving a seat in a particular city. Space is limited. In the meantime, Extraordinary Conceptions invites all to visit their website, www.extraconceptions.com, to view its database of surrogates and egg donors.

By | 2017-07-22T19:09:40+00:00 August 13th, 2014|All Posts, intended parents, LGBT Family Services, Surrogate|0 Comments