About Gestational Surrogacy
People explore surrogacy for several different reasons. Gestational surrogacy is a wonderful option for intended parents to have a child that is biologically connected to one or both parents for cases where they cannot carry themselves. Unlike traditional surrogacy, the baby is not biologically connected to the carrier in any way. The surrogate is the host for the embryo to grow and make it’s way into this world with a willing and healthy womb.
Many same-sex couples choose a surrogacy arrangement allowing at least on of them to be biologically connected to the child. Women who have a medical challenge that does not allow them to carry a child turn to gestational surrogacy as do women whose professions are limiting for a pregnancy. Whatever the reason for choosing a gestational surrogacy arrangement, one common thread is the altruistic spirit and warm hearts of willing candidates.
Becoming a Gestational Surrogate
- Please complete the online information form.
- Upon receipt, the information is reviewed and you should get an email within 24 hours or less. If for any reason you do not receive a follow-up email please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call to follow up. There are sometimes internet glitches.
- You will be sent some pre-qualifying questions and if all goes well, we will then discuss the full process to insure surrogacy is right for you at this time.
- Profiles will not be reviewed by intended parents until you fully understand the process and are qualified as mentally, physically and psychologically ready to begin your journey. This journey is just as much about the carrier as it is about the intended parents. It is vital that you understand everything and know what is required of being a carrier prior to proceeding.