It typically takes between a few weeks to a few months for a match to occur. We spend a lot of time trying to make compatible matches.

Yes, you can still be a Gestational Surrogate if you have had a tubal ligation.

Yes, we believe everyone has a right to be a parent.

We only work with gestational surrogates (intended mom’s egg or donor egg). So, you will not be using your own eggs.

Usually, the decision on the number of embryos to be transferred is made by the IVF physician in consultation with both the surrogate and intended parents.

Depending on where you live and the fertility clinic that you work with, travel might be needed. However, if you do not want to travel, please let us know during the application phase and we can match you with someone local. Matching time might take a little longer though.

Yes, we work with many surrogates who do not have insurance or do not have surrogate friendly insurance. We will need to have intended parents purchase a policy for the duration of the surrogate pregnancy.

Usually, IVF clinics set an age limit of 40 because the risks associated with pregnancy for her and the baby become higher. But, in some cases, IVF clinics will approve woman over 40.

We can use your current policy as long as there are no surrogacy exclusions. The insurance premiums, co-pays and deductibles will all be covered by the intended parents.

We work with many single moms! We want all our surrogates to have support whether they are single, married or partnered. Their marital status does not matter.

After you fill out your application and submit your medical records, the IVF physician will review. If approved, we can move ahead.

No, all fees and costs are covered by the intended parents.

The intended parents that you are matched with will pay any traveling expenses related to your surrogacy.

You can go to your own OB after you are released from the fertility clinic. Typically, this is after confirmation of fetal heartbeat. You will need to make sure that your OB accepts the health insurance plan that covers the surrogate pregnancy(if different from your previous insurance).

Your surrogacy funds will be held by a third party escrow agency. This way, you can receive funds by direct deposit or check, whichever you prefer, in a timely and safe manner.