Becoming a Gestational Carrier
Serving as a gestational carrier can be a deeply fulfilling experience, helping an individual or couple in making their dreams come true by giving the gift of parenthood.
Your decision to help others will not only provide them an opportunity to complete their family, but also allow you to receive compensation for your effort. Our experts are here to guide you through the process of becoming a carrier while using much less medication and reducing the impact on your body.
To ensure the highest level of safety and suitability for all parties involved, there are a number of important tests and evaluations any prospective carrier must complete successfully. These are some of the core criteria:
Be between the ages of 20 and 39 years old
Successfully given birth to at least one child
Must have a BMI of 33 or less
Generally good health and uterine condition
Be a U.S. citizen or a valid Green Card holder
No nicotine, tobacco, or illegal drugs
The Gestational Carrier Process:
To meet the highest levels of safety and compliance, you will undergo thorough screening including medical, fertility, and genetic testing in addition to psychological evaluation in a process that can take a few weeks to complete properly.
Reach out to our Third Party team about your interest in becoming a GC
Complete a detailed questionnaire regarding your background and history
Visit Life IVF Center for a medical examination and testing
Conduct a psychological evaluation
Work with Life IVF to build a profile for your candidacy