BECOME A SURROGATE
Congratulations on taking these first steps to assisting a hopeful family!
There is no typical timeline for Intended Parents to connect with a Surrogate. In some cases, it can take 5 years before Intended Parents finally find
someone like you to help them.
WHAT IS SURROGACY?
Gestational Surrogacy is a process in which the Surrogate is not related to the child she is carrying; it is the most common type of Surrogacy today.
An embryo is created using in vitro Fertilization (IVF), using the eggs and sperm of the Intended Parent or a Donor, and then transferred into the Surrogate.
Modern science has enabled families like single parents, those struggling to conceive, cancer survivors and those from the LGBTQ+ community to grow their families and be involved from conception all the way until the birth of their child.
Between 21-45 years of age.
Has experienced one healthy pregnancy and delivery.
Does not use recreational drugs or smoke cigarettes.
Typically have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of no higher than 42.
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WHO DO SURROGATES HELP?
A person waiting to become a parent with the help of a Surrogate is called an “Intended Parent”.
Families may choose this path to parenthood for a variety of reasons. Most commonly,
Intended Parents are:
People who have struggled to conceive.
Anyone who is unable to safely carry a baby to term.
When you sign up to do surrogacy with Hive, you aren’t just signing up to help a family have a baby, you’re signing up for so much more. Support, love, friendship. Its all included. Hive means the world to me and I can never thank them enough for the experience I had, for the connections I’ve made.
Everyone deserves that kind of love and support in all aspects of life, but especially going on a surrogacy journey. It doesn’t need to be a road you travel alone and Hive really holds your hand through it all.
Hive Surrogate, Keera