If you are thinking of being a surrogate, Houston is a great place to start. There are many benefits to becoming a gestational surrogate for intended parents in the Houston area. While the most obvious benefit is a financial one, there are many personal rewards that are gained by becoming a surrogate.
If you’re interested in being a surrogate, Houston is a great place to do it because of the amount of intended parents who are in the area and looking for a gestational surrogate. Because there are a large number of intended parents seeking a surrogate, the likelihood that one will choose you to proceed with their surrogacy is higher than if you were attempting a surrogacy in a city with less potential intended parents. Cities with lower populations than Houston will not have as many people living there who wish to use a surrogate and therefore, the wait for a surrogate to be matched with intended parents is likely to be greater. Worse still, the potential exists that some cities will have a population which is so much less than Houston that the surrogate will not ever get matched with intended parents before she ages out of the window for eligible surrogates. Usually the window of opportunity for a woman to become a surrogate expires when she turns 39 years old.
There is yet another benefit for a surrogate, Houston, Texas is home to a number of intended parents who have the means to be able to afford to pay for the surrogacy process. Because the surrogacy journey can be quite expensive, many people who would like to use a surrogate to achieve a pregnancy cannot afford to do so. Given that a good percentage of Houston’s current population is rather affluent, many would-be intended parents have the wherewithal to afford to pay for a surrogacy.
While there are many choices in terms of where to be a surrogate, Houston offers a great number of options for treatments. If you are thinking of becoming a gestational surrogate, consider doing it in Houston.
Your Next Step
To apply to be a surrogate mother with the Surrogacy In Texas, simply fill out our easy online form, and one of our friendly, knowledgeable caseworkers will be in touch with you to discuss your application, talk about the next steps in the process, and answer any questions you may have.