Giving the Gift of Happiness
Infertility statistics are rising in the United States, and even with assisted reproduction techniques available, some couples are still unable to have a child without the assistance of a gestational carrier/surrogate mother.
Being a surrogate mother means giving the gift of life to a couple who would otherwise never have biological children of their own.
At Surrogate Solutions we specialize in assisting potential surrogate carriers find intended parents with which they are compatible. From personal experiences as gestational carriers, we know how rewarding the process can be. Giving someone a child of their own is the best gift you can give. It is a very honorable and compassionate act, and Surrogate Solutions is here to guide you through the process.
To begin, the potential surrogate will complete a preliminary online application. She will then be contacted by Surrogate Solutions, and if she qualifies, she will be sent a more comprehensive application. Surrogates must be between the ages of 21 and 45, and surrogates must have at least one child of their own. A background check is done on every potential surrogate mother. Once the surrogate’s file is complete, her profile will be presented to the intended parents for review. When the intended parents select a woman to carry their child, a meeting will be arranged between the two parties. If both parties are in agreement to continue forward in the process, contracts will be executed and the parties will be referred to appropriate medical and psychological professionals for evaluation.
Surrogate Solutions will guide both parties through the entire surrogacy process. If, at any time, the gestational carrier or intended parents have questions regarding the process, Surrogate Solutions is here to help. We desire to take all the stress off of the intended parents and surrogate and make this a memorable experience for all involved.
To determine if you qualify to be a surrogate mother, please refer to the bottom of our home page for a list of requirements for gestational carriers.