Can You Be a Surrogate in Your 30s?

Become a Hero in Someone Else’s Story

Can you be a surrogate in your 30s? Find out about our surrogate age requirements with this guide. We’re ready to help you become a hero.

Being a surrogate at 30 means becoming a hero in someone else’s story. You’re making a life-changing decision to help a deserving couple become parents. Your 30s are an exciting time in your life. You may be established in the life you’ve built so far while having so much more to experience.

If you already have a child or children of your own, you might be considering becoming a surrogate in your 30s to help others grow their family.  We’re here to help you understand everything you need to know about being a surrogate at this age so that you can embark start your journey with confidence.

With our help, you’ll be one step closer to earning meaningful income for your family while also giving the gift of parenthood to hopeful intended parents.

To see if you qualify to be a surrogate in your 30s, contact us online now or text us at 913-204-0224 to connect with us today. 

Can You Be a Surrogate in Your 30s?

Yes, you can become a surrogate in your 30s as long as you meet the other qualifications. We require that our surrogates be between the ages of 21-40. Most women who become surrogates are in their 30s, as well as their late 20s. If you’re in your 30s, it’s a sign that you may be a good gestational surrogate candidate.

Whether you want to become a 30 year old surrogate or a surrogate in her mid-thirties, here are some of the other requirements you must meet:

  • Have successfully carried a pregnancy to term with no major complications

  • Are raising a child in your home

  • Have a BMI of 19-32

  • Not be on government assistance

To help you understand what it takes to be a surrogate in your 30s, learn more about our surrogate requirements.

Are There Any Risks Involved With Being a Surrogate in Your 30s?

While becoming a surrogate in your 30s can be a fulfilling and rewarding experience, there may be some risks involved. Once you’ve reached the age of 35, there’s an increased possibility of certain complications during the pregnancy. While there are higher risks involved, every pregnancy is unique and the risks will vary from person to person.

Our thorough medical screening process can help evaluate your overall health to ensure that you can safely carry a baby. This screening process helps minimize potential risks to ensure a successful and healthy surrogacy pregnancy.

The screening process that I went through with American Surrogacy made me feel safe. They made me feel like they cared about not only the child that I was going to give birth to but myself.” – said Allisandra, one of our surrogate mothers.

Check out Allisandra’s surrogate journey here.

How to Prepare for Being a Surrogate at 30

If you’re interested in becoming a surrogate in your 30s, then there are several things you can do to prepare your body for a surrogate pregnancy. Although this shouldn’t be taken as medical advice, here are a few tips:

  • Prioritize your physical health: Think about incorporating a balanced diet rich in nutrients into your routine. This can help your body get ready for the journey ahead.

  • Take care of your emotional and mental health: Set aside time for relaxation and stress management practices.

  • Make lifestyle adjustments: Try to avoid habits that are detrimental to your health, such as smoking or excessive alcohol consumption and try to maintain a healthy sleep schedule.

Becoming a surrogate in your 30s is not only possible but can be one of the most rewarding decisions you’ll ever make. Your willingness to help give the gift of parenthood is remarkable, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

If you’re ready to experience the joys of becoming a surrogate in your 30s, then contact us online now or text us at 913-204-0224. Your journey starts here.