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  • You must be between the ages of 21 and 40.

  • Your height to weight ratio BMI should be below 32.

  • You should not have any personal health issues that would be exacerbated by pregnancy.

  • You must have experienced a full-term pregnancy and delivery of a child of your own and are raising that child.

  • You cannot have had any major complications in any of your previous pregnancies. Examples include toxemia, pre-eclampsia, preterm labor, incompetent cervix, and pregnancy-induced hypertension. If you have a question about a complication, feel free to call our office to discuss. 

  • We ask that our surrogates be tobacco-free.

  • We ask that all surrogates avoid exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke.

  • You must reside in a surrogacy-friendly state and are not permitted to move into another state once the testing for surrogacy has commenced. 

  • You must be a U.S. Citizen or possess a Green Card that is valid for at least the next 3 years.

  • You cannot have been convicted of a felony or have a partner who has been convicted of a felony (we will do a complete background check).

  • You should be financially stable and not have a history of bankruptcy in the last 24 months or on any kind of state benefits.

  • Surrogacy should not be a sole source of income for any woman/family seeking to become a surrogate. We perform regular household income verification.

  • You cannot have been diagnosed with any psychiatric illness, post-partum depression, or have used prescribed anti-depressants or anti-anxiety medication in the last 4 years. 

  • You must be able to provide medical records from your treating OB/GYN and the hospital where all of your babies were delivered for all previous pregnancies.

  • You must obtain a clearance letter from your current OB/GYN approving you as a surrogate.

  • You need to have a good support system in place

  • You must be willing to adhere to all contractual obligations throughout the process and attend all appointments as scheduled.

  • Surrogate applicants must have a valid driver’s license in their state of residency and have available reliable transportation to travel to all medical appointments.

  • Surrogates who test positive for certain STDs or who are found positive for drug consumption including marijuana will be unable to proceed. 




Am I ready to be a surrogate?

The decision to move forward as a surrogate is very personal and only you will know in your heart if this is the right fit for you. We encourage you and your partner, is applicable, to take the time needed to honestly evaluate if this is the right decision for you at this time. If you want more information about the medical or psychological considerations, we encourage you to discuss your questions either with our agency or with a reproductive specialist or psychological professional who can help you to better understand the process and considerations. Our agency wants you to be informed and feel confident in your decision to proceed and to have a belly mate for nine months. This should be something you will look back on with great joy and pride in your future, knowing you generously gave the gift of life and helped someone to realize their dream of being a parent.
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