Surrogacy

Surrogacy is an arrangement in which a woman agrees to become pregnant for the purpose of giving birth to a child or children for others (intended parents) to raise.

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Surrogacy is an arrangement in which a woman agrees to become pregnant for the purpose of giving birth to a child or children for others (intended parents) to raise. This special woman is called the surrogate.

OneWorld Generations Group conducts gestational surrogacy arrangements, whereby embryos produced by the intended parents, with eggs from the intended mother or with the assistance of an egg donor, are implanted in the surrogate.

The embryo is produced by a process called in vitro fertilization (IVF). This process ensures the baby has no genetic relationship to the surrogate.

Choosing to be a surrogate is a personal decision that can only be made by you and your husband or partner.

Surrogates are very special people who willingly offer to help in a way that will change others’ lives forever. It is because of this compassionate and selfless act that surrogates often have a special bond with their intended parents.

Why OneWorld?

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Full Scope Service

We offer family visit for intended parents, establishing direct communication channel for surrogates and intended parents.

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free training Services

We offer free training for surrogates before, during and after pregnancy, including but not limited to injection guidance, psychological consultation and etc.

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World's Leading Experts

We work with the world’s leading fertility experts including doctors, attorneys and counselors.

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Parents Screening System

We filter intended parents and only responsible, stable and financially strong intended parents can join our program.

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Plurilingual Service

We offer English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Spanish translation service between surrogates and intended parents.

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Fund An Escrow Account

We protect our surrogates by requiring that Intended Parents fund an escrow account before our surrogates start medications.

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Multifunctional Online Service

We have developed a complete online website application for tracking and monitoring the entire surrogacy process.

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Track Status Without Any Omissions

We provide platinum and full functional online platform under your own name and password so that you can track your surrogacy status without any omissions.

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Strong Service Team

Our surrogates have an experienced counselor available to you and your family 24 hours a day at no charge.

The Process

Why Being A Surrogate?

Becoming a surrogate is not just about making money or experiencing pregnancy. It is a decision driven by empathy and the desire to make a difference in the lives of others.

For couples struggling with infertility, surrogacy offers hope and the chance to experience parenthood. By becoming a surrogate, one can provide an invaluable gift that cannot be measured in monetary terms.

But surrogacy is not just about physical service. It is a journey of empathy and compassion, fostering deep connections with the intended parents and the child. It requires selflessness, sacrifice, and emotional resilience, but offers the opportunity for personal growth and transformation.

In conclusion, being a surrogate is a decision that requires courage and compassion, but offers the chance to make a profound difference in the world.

Who Needs Your Help?

Intended parents struggling with infertility or medical conditions: “Infertility,” “Medical conditions,” “Recurrent miscarriages”.

Same-sex couples and single individuals: “Same-sex couples,” “Single individuals”.

Women who have undergone a hysterectomy or have a medical condition that makes carrying a pregnancy to term unsafe: “Hysterectomy,” “Medical conditions”.

Individuals who have experienced multiple failed attempts at assisted reproductive technologies: “Assisted reproductive technologies,” “IVF”.

Individuals who have experienced the loss of a child or the inability to conceive: “Loss,” “Inability to conceive”.

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Things To Know About Being A Surrogate

Surrogates carry a baby for intended parents who can’t conceive on their own. The baby is genetically related to the intended parents or donors, not the surrogate.

Surrogates get paid for their time, effort, and expenses. It’s not just a one-time payment at the end – compensation is provided throughout the process.

Surrogates have a say in the process and get matched with intended parents they feel comfortable working with.

Surrogates undergo IVF, which includes giving themselves injections. But don’t worry, most surrogates say the needles aren’t a big deal.

Emotional support is provided throughout the process to make sure everyone feels comfortable and happy.

While surrogates may bond with the baby during the pregnancy, they know they’re giving the baby back to the intended parents. Surrogates do not feel an attachment to the baby they carry.

Are You Qualified?

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US Citizen between the ages of 21 to 39.

Should have no more than 2 deliveries via caesarian sections.

Does not smoke, abuse alcohol or prescription medications, or use illicit drugs.

Should not be receiving welfare, public housing or cash assistance from the government.

Have carried at least one child of their own to term without complications and less than 6 pregnancy histories.

Should have a stable home life with emotional and childcare support.

Should have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of no more than 32.

No mental health conditions requiring the use of medications within the last 6 months.