How Surrogacy Works

As a woman considering surrogacy, you want to understand exactly how this process works. From a general overview of the steps involved to details about finding intended parents and having a healthy surrogate pregnancy, we’ve provided everything you need to feel confident and well-informed about your surrogacy decision.
Getting Started
Finding Intended Parents
The Medical Surrogacy Process Identified Surrogacy

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Getting Started

When you’re thinking about becoming a surrogate, knowing where to start can sometimes be the hardest part. Surrogacy is a complicated process, especially when you are thinking about being a surrogate for the first time — but we’ve got you covered. Here, find the basic information you need to get started, from an overview of the surrogacy process to the requirements for being a surrogate and more.

Finding Intended Parents

The intended parents you choose to work with will have a major impact on the rest of your surrogacy process — so it’s important to find intended parents you’re comfortable with and excited to carry for. But how exactly do you do that? In these articles, learn everything you need to know to find the right intended parents and start building a relationship with them.

 
 

The Medical Process

You are becoming a surrogate to experience pregnancy again and deliver a happy, healthy baby to the intended parents — which means the medical surrogacy process is one of the most exciting stages of your journey. However, it can also be one of the most stressful and intimidating. Here’s what you need to know about surrogate health requirements, medications, upcoming procedures and more.

Identified Surrogacy

Have you already found intended parents for whom to carry? Are you thinking about being a surrogate for a friend or family member? Identified surrogacy is a beautiful, unique journey for both intended parents and their surrogate — but not one to start before doing your thorough research. Before you take this journey together, find out more about this process in the articles below.