Who Are the Surrogates?

Who Are the Surrogate?

Our surrogates in the USA are recruited from all around the USA and are typically American citizens living in different cities. Many of them are between their late 20s and mid-30s. Most commonly they are stay at home moms with one or two children.

What is a surrogate?

Why does a female wish to be a surrogate?

There are several reasons why a woman in the USA might choose to become a surrogate. It is important to remember that every individual’s motivations are unique, and a combination of factors might influence their decision. Some common reasons include:

Some women may have experienced generosity in their own lives. As a result, they decide to
become surrogates so they can give back to those in need.
Some women may be motivated to help others build a family through surrogacy due to their religious or
community beliefs. This could be because of their cultural values.
A woman’s motivations for becoming a surrogate can be complex and multi-faceted. It is important to
note that this list is not exhaustive. The decision to become a surrogate is deeply personal and individual.

What is the Surrogate Selection Process?

Candidates must pass a long and thorough screening process to be accepted into the program. They must also have had at least one healthy baby from a successful pregnancy. They are flown to the selected IVF Center for embryo transfer. 

However, during the pregnancy, they live at home with their families and maintain their usual lifestyles. During the first trimester, the IVF Center physician monitors the pregnancies.

After the first trimester, our surrogates are monitored by their personal gynecologist physicians near their homes. Throughout the pregnancy, surrogates undergo routine pregnancy tests. They also have regular blood tests to make sure they are healthy. These tests ensure the pregnancy is progressing without any issues.