How to Become A Surrogate Mother

Our goal is to find surrogate mothers who are compassionate, healthy women who have the desire to help others build their families. We are looking for women who have given birth before (with no medical complications), non-smokers, between the ages of 21-43.

Interested in Becoming a Surrogate Mother? Apply Here

If you're interested in becoming a surrogate mother please fill out our Surrogate Mother Application and we will contact you to share more information about this amazing journey.

What is Involved in Becoming a Surrogate Mother

Melissa and her husband are parents of twin boys and a daughter delivered via a gestational carrier (often times referred to as a surrogate mother). A gestational carrier is a woman who carries a child conceived through the process of in-vitro fertilization where the child is not biologically related to the carrier. Eggs used will be fertilized outside of the woman's body and the resulting embryos placed in the uterus of a gestational carrier. This medical procedure will take place at an IVF facility selected by the intended parents. If a pregnancy results, the gestational carrier and intended parents will work together with our office to ensure a happy and healthy delivery. This differs from a traditional surrogacy arrangement where the surrogate mother supplies the egg and is the biological mother of the child she delivers.

Reproductive Possibilities, LLC locates gestational carriers and manages gestational carrier arrangements exclusively, though we use the more common term of surrogate mother elsewhere on our site. Our goal is to match you with intended parents for the journey ahead. You will have the opportunity to learn more about our potential parents and speak with them prior to matching.

Each path to parenthood is unique, click here to read about Melissa Brisman’s journey featured in The Pennsylvania Gazette.
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