Serving as a surrogate carrier is a challenging job, but you experience
an enormous emotional reward through helping infertile couples fulfill
their dream of a having baby. To be considered for surrogacy, you
must be a healthy, drug-free woman between the ages of 21 and 40
who has already successfully carried at least one child of your
own to term. It's also important to know that, if selected
as a donor, you must be willing to undergo extensive medical testing
and take fertility drugs as required for surrogacy process. And
most importantly, you must be willing to have an extremely close
relationship with the intended parents during the pregnancy.
Compensation for the time and effort of being a gestational surrogate
carrier is negotiated between the surrogate and parents. NEEDS
recommends compensation of $18,000 for a single birth and $23,000 for twins.
Click here for a Step-by-Step Guide to becoming a Surrogate.