I have always wanted to become a surrogate mother. Unfortunately, this year I was diagnosed with PCOS b/c of high testosterone levels which are now under control thanks to medication. Does this automatically disqualify me from becoming a surrogate?
I'm a 42 year old who is thinking of having a baby. I've had a partial hysterectomy and am wondering if my eggs/my husband's sperm could be implanted into a family member who is willing to carry the baby for us. Is this possible?
I would like to use my eggs and my husbands sperm. We want a baby and I have had a partial hysterectomy. I would love to get pregnant myself but dont know if that is possible. What would be the proper steps to take to find a surrogate?
I am 48 years old and my husband and I wish to have a child. My daughter from my previous marriage has offered to be a surragote. Am I too old and is it possible to have gender selection? My husband and I both have girls and wish to have a son.
My fiance and I have been trying for a while for a child and no success. We have a very close family friend who said she would be a surrogate for us but I don't know if I could use my eggs. I have taken home fertility tests and they came back positive. Should I continue to try to get pregnant on my own, or should I look into having her be a surrogate?
I have been told that the minimum age is 21, but I have found no specific law stating an age requirement, only a recommended age range. Does having a child already change anything for age requirement? I'm located in the USA
Me and my husband want kids. Luckily, my sister said she would carry the baby for us. Would it be cheaper if she uses here eggs with my husband's sperm? Or, would it be more cost effective to use my own eggs? Thank you.
I would really like to help couples that cannot have a child have one, so I would really love to become a surrogate mother. However, everywhere I look you have to be 21. I will be 20 this year, but I just would love to help people. Is there a way to become a surrogate mother or egg donor at age 19 if I am perfectly healthy and have had one child?
I am 43 years old and in good health but had a uterine ablation and want to know if I am able to use my eggs for a gestational surrogate. Or because of the surgery, is my only option the traditional surrogate?
I am 43 years of age with a tubal Ligation, in very good health, with no past medical conditions. My daughter (age 23) has discussed me being a surrogate for her and her husband. Is this possible and what concerns would we have?
I am interested in helping others become parents. Where is the best place to go to get more information about becoming a surrogate for a couple unable to conceive? Should I go through an agency or fertility clinic?
A simple Google search not only brings up 0 results for agencies, it tells me there is no law regarding surrogacy for my state. Is surrogacy likened to adoption? What do I do in this case? Specifically for a gestational surrogacy.