"With my short life I am changing the lives of families for the better. I don't kow what you are
doing with your life, but this is what I'm doing with mine."
- A Conceptual Options Surrogate
CHECK OUT OUR YES AND NO CHART TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY
Please Apply ASAP
Â Have Had a Successful Pregnancy?
Â If You Don't have a Driver's License, Still Apply
Â 21-39 Years Old
Â US Citizen / Permanent Resident
Â If You Have Had a Tubal Ligation, Still Apply
Â Everyone Over 18 Living With You Will Pass A Background Check
Â BMI (body mass index) Under 30
Â Have Had Past HPV, Still Apply
Â Have Herpes, Still Apply
Â Haven't Had A Child In Several Years, Still Apply
Â 2 C-Sections Or Less
Â 5 Pregnancies Or Less
Â Have Had Diet Controlled Gestational Diabetes, Still Apply
Â Hypothyroidism/Hyperthyroidism, Still Apply
Â Fibromyalgia and Safe to be Unmedicated, Still Apply
Â ADHD and Safe to be Unmedicated, Still Apply
Â Have Had Or Do Have An Implant Birth Control, Still Apply
Â Have or Had Anemia, Still Apply
Unfortunately you don't qualify
Â No Pregnancies
Â Receiving Welfare Or Section 8 Housing
Â DUI In Last 5 Years
Â Essure Birth Control
Â Taking Insulin, Beta Blockers, Anti-Convulsants, Antidepressants, Or Anti-Anxiety Medications
Â Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Depressive Disorder
Â Smoking In The Last 2 Years?
Â Legal Spouse Is Not A US Citizen Or Permanent Resident
3 C-Sections Or More
Â 6 Pregnancies Total
Â Have You EVER Had The Following Complications: Placental Abruption, Placental Accretia, HELLP, Medicated Postpartum Depression
Â In Your LAST Pregnancy: Preeclampsia, Unresolved Placenta Previa Or Vasa Previa, Medicated Gestational Diabetes, Cerclage, Toxemia
Are you eligible to be a surrogate - the Four Surrogacy Myths:
1. I have had my tubes tied - FALSE: This does not affect your ability to become a surrogate.
2. I have not had any children in several years - FALSE: This also does not affect your ability to become a surrogate as long as you have had healthy pregnancies in the past.
3. I have had an abortion - False: This will have no effect on your ability to become a surrogate so long as you have given birth at least once to a child of which you have custody.
4. I have had a miscarriage - False: This will have no effect on your ability to become a surrogate so long as you have given birth at least once to a child of which you have custody.
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