There are many outcomes you can plan for when you become a surrogate. However, the chance for twins is not something you can always plan.
Many prospective surrogates want to know “How much do surrogates get paid for twins?” It would make sense that if you were carrying two babies you would be paid more, which is often true when parents choose to go through with a surrogacy of multiples.
Our surrogates earn a competitive compensation package to ensure they are supported and rewarded for their work. Contact us today to discover how to become the highest-paid surrogate. Otherwise, learn more about being a surrogate pregnant with twins.
How Much Do Surrogates Make For Twins?
Carrying twins or even triplets can result in you becoming one of the highest-paid surrogate mothers. Surrogates who are carrying more than one baby typically receive additional compensation to cover the physical demands of a multiple pregnancy.
How Much Do Surrogates Make Per Baby?
Because our surrogates aren’t being paid for the baby they’re carrying, our surrogate pay rate is not determined per baby. As a surrogate, you’ll be paid for your time and effort and reimbursed for surrogacy expenses. If you’re a surrogate pregnant with twins, you’ll receive $5,000 per multiple for the added physical and emotional efforts of carrying twins or triplets.
Connect with us today to understand how surrogate pay and multiple pregnancies work.
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Risks of Being a Surrogate Pregnant With Twins
While carrying multiples is a way you can maximize your surrogate compensation, we don’t typically encourage this, as multiple pregnancies come with a higher likelihood of complications. These include:
Premature labor and birth: Over 60% of multiples are born premature, which means they may have a lower birthweight, as well as underdeveloped organ systems.
Hypertension: Surrogates pregnant with twins or triplets are twice as likely to develop high blood pressure, which can put the pregnancy at risk.
Anemia: As with hypertension, surrogates are twice as likely to become anemic with multiple pregnancies.
Birth defects: There’s twice as much risk in multiples developing birth defects
Miscarriage: In multiple pregnancies, there is a possibility one of the twins may be miscarried within the first trimester.
Other Ways of Becoming a Highest-Paid Surrogate
If you don’t want to become a surrogate pregnant with twins but want to earn more in surrogate compensation, we have you covered. Our surrogate compensation package is highly competitive and gives you the edge to become one of the highest-paid surrogates in your area.
There are other ways to becoming a highest-paid surrogate besides having twins.
If you have prior surrogate experience, you can earn more in surrogate income for your familiarity with the process. When you have already been through the process, you deserve to be rewarded for your continued service. We want to express our admiration for your continued effort to help create families. This is a great way to earn more additional surrogate pay.
Every state has their own cost of living, which influences income rates in your community, including surrogate salary. Some states have a higher average surrogate pay than others. If you live in a state with a higher surrogate pay rate, you can become one of the highest-paid surrogates.
Refer a Prospective Surrogate
We’re dedicated to helping couples who have longed to be parents have the family they’ve always wanted. We know there are people out there like you who want to help create families. When you refer someone you know to our surrogate program, you’ll receive a $5,000 within 30 days of the embryo transfer. Learn more about our program here.
Learn more about how you can become one of the highest-paid surrogates today.
Get Started Today
If you have more questions about being a surrogate pregnant with twins or triplets or how to earn more in surrogate pay, we’re here for you. We want you to feel secure and rewarded through quality surrogate pay. Find out how much you can make as a surrogate by contacting us today.