Currently, there are no regulations that state who is qualified to be a surrogate. But experts agree on a few criteria for selecting a surrogate mother. You should choose a surrogate who:
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Q. As an egg donor, how long did it take to be matched with a recipient?
Q. If we place our embryos up for adoption, will we be informed if a pregnancy occurred?
Q. I am interested in becoming a surrogate, does insurance cover any of the costs?
Q. As a lesbian couple, where do we start when looking for a sperm donor?
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Laws vary on surrogacy around the world. Example, in the United States no federal laws exist. Click Here to read more.
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