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Gestational Surrogacy

Women who become gestational surrogates change the lives of those who cannot carry a child to term. Fulfilling this role is highly rewarding, but the decision to enter into this relationship must be carefully weighed. We work closely with you to ensure you are making the right decision for the right reasons.

To enter into this arrangement, you must be between 21 and 38, and have given birth to at least one child. Your obstetrical history must be non-complicated. We have an extensive screening process that includes a questionnaire covering your personal and medical history, and personal meetings with our specialists in which we detail the surrogacy process and answer additional questions.

Interested in becoming a surrogate?

There’s a huge demand for gestational surrogates. Is it right for you? Complete our brief initial application and our staff will contact you to discuss the surrogacy process and answer all questions.


Once you have spoken with us or feel confident pursuing your decision to become a Gestational Surrogate we invite you to complete our full application.

To learn more, contact us or read our frequently asked questions. Or download our brochure that outlines four experts’ perspectives on gestational surrogacy.

A Surrogate’s Story:
Tina

I started working with Alternative Reproductive Resources in 2005. The process to become a surrogate was more complicated than I had expected and I’m not going to lie, at first it was stressful. Luckily, ARR held my hand through the entire process. You see, I was a surrogate twice. The first time, the embryo transfer didn’t take, which was not only hard for me, but for the couple I was trying to help. Due to health issues, the couple had to focus on other needs. Nevertheless, that experience made me stronger and more motivated to help another couple. ARR introduced me to another couple. This experience was very different – not only was I working with new parents, but a different team of doctors. In May 2007, the embryos were transferred and took. I was pregnant with twins. The feeling was overwhelming. Throughout the pregnancy, the intended parents, ARR and my family were very supportive and I was able to give the couple two very precious gifts.

 
 
 
 
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