Can a 60 Year-Old Be a Surrogate Mother?

Is it possible to be a 60-year-old surrogate mother? Find out about the requirements to be a surrogate, why they exist and how we protect you.

If you’re considering becoming a 60-year-old surrogate mother, you might be wondering how your age might affect your eligibility.

We understand that there is a lot of confusion surrounding the age requirements to be a surrogate and our goal is to help clarify the possibility of becoming a 60-year-old surrogate. With our help, you’ll be able to understand how our requirements for surrogacy protect you.

If you have any questions about our age qualifications or how you can contribute to the life-changing journey of surrogacy, then contact us online now.

Can a 60-Year-Old Be a Surrogate?

Unfortunately, you cannot be a 60 year old surrogate mother with our agency. Our age requirements are 21-40 and are based on standards set by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. These age restrictions are meant to prioritize your health and are designed to minimize the potential risks involved with being a 60-year-old surrogate mother.

Being a 60-year-old woman surrogate can come with increased medical risks that could affect both you can the intended parents’ child. By maintaining an age range that ensures optimal health and reduces complications, we aim to create a positive, safe experience for all parties involved.

What Are the Risks of Being a 60-Year-Old Surrogate Mother?

Most women in their 60s have undergone menopause, meaning that they no longer ovulate. The chances of becoming pregnant at this age is virtually impossible.

If you were to become a 60-year-old surrogate mother, pregnancy and childbirth could come with many risks and complications including:

  • Ectopic pregnancy

  • Miscarriage or stillbirth

  • Low-birth weight for the baby

  • Difficult labor

  • Preeclampsia

Although we admire your desire to help others build families, surrogacy may not be the right path for everyone. It’s a journey that requires a great deal of time and energy, as well as the physical capability to have a safe, healthy pregnancy and delivery. Our goal is to ensure a safe experience for everyone involved.

How to Contribute to the Life-Changing Journey of Surrogacy

Although it isn’t possible to become a 60-year-old surrogate mother, you can still play a pivotal role in creating families. If you know a friend who will make a good surrogate candidate, then you can earn $5,000+ when you refer them to our agency.

Our referral program lets you be a part of the journey without having to go through the process yourself. With your help, you can improve your friend’s life and your own by helping them begin the process of becoming a surrogate.

To help you understand how the process works, here’s a breakdown of our surrogate referral program:

  • Step 1: Refer a friend you think will make a great surrogate candidate.

  • Step 2: They’ll go through our initial screening process.

  • Step 3: Once approved, your friend will join our program and be matched with intended parents.

  • Step 4: You’ll receive a $5,000+ referral fee within 30 days of the embryo transfer.

A few simple steps can put you on the right track toward being a part of a life-changing journey. If you have a friend in mind you can refer them to us today. Send them this form and make sure they mention your name.

If another professional is offering a higher referral fee, then let us know. We’re committed to offering you the highest compensation possible for your helping a couple fulfill their dreams of becoming parents.

Although it isn’t possible to be a 60-year-old surrogate mother, know that we value your dedication to the beautiful journey of surrogacy. Remember our goal is to ensure a safe experience for our surrogates, no matter what. If you want to learn more about our surrogate referral program, contact us online now.