Becoming a surrogate

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Become a Surrogate in Utah

When you become a surrogate for intended parents, you are providing them with the greatest gift imaginable – the gift of a child. The emotional rewards of surrogacy are immense, both for the parents and for the surrogate herself.

When you become a surrogate for intended parents, you open yourself up to an incredibly special and unique relationship. You are not only providing them with the ultimate gift by carrying their child, but you are also forming a deep emotional bond that will last a lifetime.

The emotional rewards of being a surrogate are truly immeasurable. You will experience the joy of watching the parents-to-be become first-time parents, and witness firsthand the amazing transformation that takes place within them. You will feel an incredible sense of pride and satisfaction knowing that you have helped to create a family, and will forever be a part of that family.

Most importantly, you will develop a deep and abiding love for the child you have carried, and for the parents who have entrusted you with this most precious gift. This is a love that will last a lifetime, and will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life.


Surrogacy is an amazing way to help someone have a child when they are unable to do so themselves. It is a selfless act that can change lives forever. If you are considering surrogacy, there are a few requirements you need to meet.

  • At least 21 years old.
  • U.S. citizen or legal resident.
  • Be in good physical and mental health with a BMI (Body Mass Index) below 32.
  • Have a reliable support system in place.
  • Have at least 1 healthy, uncomplicated pregnancy and birth.
  • Be able to undergo a medical screening.
  • No drinking, smoking or drugs.
  • No psychiatric or illegal medication.

If you meet all of the above requirements, then please click the button below to take the first step.

Compensation & Benefits

When you become a surrogate, you're compensated for your time, energy, and commitment to help create a family. It's a selfless act that comes with many rewards.

First and foremost, it's important to understand that surrogacy is an incredibly rewarding experience. Not only will you be helping to create a family, but you'll also be forming a special bond with the intended parents. It's a life-changing experience for everyone involved, and one that you'll never forget.

As a surrogate, you'll receive a generous base compensation starting at $55,000 for your time and dedication, with the potential for higher compensation based on your surrogacy experience. In addition to your base compensation, you will also receive additional benefits such as: health insurance, lost wages, household and childcare allowance and bonuses for completing the surrogacy process within a certain timeframe, or for meeting other milestones along the way. Allowances and benefits for both first time and repeat surrogates total up around an additional $10,000 - $30,000. lt is also important to note that the intended parents will cover your medical expenses, lost wages, and all other out-of-pocket costs associated with the surrogacy process.

Most importantly, when you become a surrogate, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you've helped to create a family. The gratitude of the intended parents - and the child or children you help to bring into the world - will be a lasting reward.

The Surrogate Process

Becoming a surrogate is a wonderful way to help a family create their dream of becoming parents. The process is very detailed and there are many steps involved, from applying to being a surrogate to delivery.

The first step of the process is to complete an application form. This is to get to know you and your medical history better.

After we've received your application, you will have an initial consultation with our coordinator. This is to make sure that you understand the process and to give you an opportunity to ask any questions.

You will then undergo a series of medical and psychological screenings. This is to make sure that you are physically and mentally ready for the surrogacy process.

Once you have passed the screenings, you will be matched with intended parents. We will try to match you with parents who have similar values and beliefs as you do.

Once you have been matched, you will meet (virtually) with the intended parents to get to know them better. This is to make sure that you are both comfortable with each other.

If everything goes well, you will then sign a surrogacy contract. This contract will outline all of the legal details of the surrogacy process.

Once the contract is signed, you will begin taking fertility drugs to prepare your body for the embryo transfer. Once the embryos are ready, they will be transferred into your uterus. This is done through a simple, outpatient procedure.

Once you become pregnant, you'll carry the baby for the intended parents. This involves regular check-ups and monitoring by your doctor.

The entire process can take anywhere from six months to a year. It's a big commitment, but it's also an incredibly rewarding one.


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