What is a

gestational carrier?

A gestational carrier is a woman who bears a child for another women with no biological relations to the child.  An embryo created by the intended parents is transferred to the gestational carrier (intended parents sperm and egg, or sometimes donor egg and donor sperm) during the invitro fertilization process.

Are you eligible?

  • You are between the age of 21-40

  • You have delivered at least one child of your own with NO complications. We prefer successful vaginal deliveries

  • You are NOT a part of government assisted aid programs (cash assistance, welfare, public housing or section 8, medicaid, medical)

  • You reside in a gestational carrier/surrogate-friendly state in the United States (excluded states: Nebraska, Louisiana, Michigan, New York)

  • You have a BMI no higher than 33

  • You do NOT use illegal or recreational drugs, smoke any tobacco products or abuse alcohol

  • You currently have a drivers license and reliable transportation

  • You have the support of family and friends

  • You have a current occupation

  • You have NOT taken anti-depressants in your life

  • You choose to do this from the kindness of your heart

  • You have medical insurance (highly preferred, but does not disqualify you)



Congratulations! You are eligible to start the application process to potentionally becoming a gestational carrier.  Click here to start the pre-application. Once you've completed it, a Gestational Concepts representative will reach out and provide you with information on how to start the official application process.