Requirements You Need to Meet in Order to Become a Surrogate Mother

 

You can greatly benefit by being a surrogate mother. However, it is important for you to make sure that you meet all the requirements. Here are several qualifications you will need to become a surrogate.

Meet the Age Requirement

You will need to be between the ages of 21 and 40 if you want to be a surrogate. However, if you want to be a traditional surrogate, using your own eggs, then you must be under the age of 35.

Meet the BMI Requirement

Your BMI must be under 33. Your BMI is your height-to-weight ratio. You must maintain a healthy body weight because obese women are more likely to have complications during their pregnancies.

Have a History of Healthy Pregnancies

You must have at least one child that you are raising. Your previous pregnancy or pregnancies must have been healthy and uncomplicated. Additionally, you must not have a history of postpartum depression.

Must Not Smoke or Use Illicit Drugs

Anything that you use during pregnancy can affect the child. That is why you must not smoke or use illicit drugs. You should also not drink any alcohol.

A Stable Situation

You must be in a stable living situation. The agency will ask you for a seven-year address verification. However, that does not mean you need to have lived in the same place for seven years. You cannot be on government assistance.

Have Time to Travel

You will have to be able to travel back and forth to doctor’s appointments. That is why it is important for you to make sure that you have enough time to commit to being a surrogate.

If you want to become a surrogate in Dallas, TX, then feel free to contact Simple Surrogacy at www.SimpleSurrogacy.com. We can help you decide whether surrogacy is the right choice for you.

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