Become a Surrogate Articles
When a woman becomes a surrogate, she helps another family in one of the biggest, most amazing ways possible. But not only does surrogacy forever change the lives of hopeful parents — it is a life-changing journey for the surrogate, too.
In the articles below, discover what it means to become a surrogate with American Surrogacy. Learn about the requirements and screening process to become a gestational carrier, and evaluate the pros and cons of surrogacy to determine whether you are ready to commit to the surrogacy process.
To learn more about becoming a gestational carrier with American Surrogacy, or to get help determining whether surrogacy might be a good fit for you, request free information online or call now to speak with a surrogacy specialist at 1-800-875-BABY (1-800-875-2229).
Becoming a surrogate with American Surrogacy makes you a member of our family, and we work tirelessly to protect your physical and emotional well-being.
The surrogacy process asks a lot from surrogates. But remember that American Surrogacy will be there with you, every step of the way.
How much does it pay to be a surrogate mother? American Surrogacy offers competitive surrogate compensation rates to meet your needs and preferences.
Not all surrogate compensation rates are what they’re made out to be. Learn the truth about surrogacy agencies that pay the most before you choose a professional.
Should I become a surrogate? Is surrogacy right for me? What are the pros and cons of surrogacy? Find the answers to all of these questions and more here.
What is it really like to be a surrogate? What do surrogates go through? Get an inside look at the surrogacy process and the ways it affects surrogate mothers.
What is the difference between surrogacy and gestational carrier? What are the proper terms to use to describe your surrogacy journey? Learn more about this debate here.
Thinking about being a surrogate — but don't have a spouse? That's okay! Find out how you can be a surrogate with our agency.
Thinking about becoming a gestational carrier? Find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about this process here.