Can a Surrogate Carry Twins?

How We Keep You Safe

Is it possible for a surrogate to carry twins? Learn about the surrogate medical process with this guide. Our goal is to help you have a safe, healthy surrogate experience.

In your journey to becoming a surrogate, you may have looked for different ways to maximize your surrogate experience. There are different ways that you can get the most out of surrogacy, including carrying twins.

There’s a lot that goes into being a surrogate carrying twins or multiples for intended parents. Our main priority is to help you embark on your journey safely, while also being able to experience all the joys that surrogacy has to offer.

If you’re ready to take the next step and become a hero in someone else’s story, then contact us online now or send us a text at 913-204-0224 to get in touch with us.

Can a Surrogate Carry Twins?

Yes, a surrogate can carry twins. Not only is it possible, but you can also be eligible to receive $5,000 per multiple that you carry on top of the base compensation. This additional surrogate pay recognizes the added physical and emotional efforts that come with carrying multiples.

However, it’s not encouraged as there can be additional risks and complications with carrying such a pregnancy. Our primary focus is on the health and well-being of both you and the baby you intended to carry.

Although it can maximize your surrogate pay, we want to make sure your experience is the best it can be.

Risks of Being a Surrogate Pregnant With Twins

Although carrying twins can be a great way to maximize your surrogate pay, multiple pregnancies typically come with a higher likelihood of complications. These include:

  • Premature labor and birth: About 50% of twins are born before 37 weeks of gestation, which means they’ll have lower birthweight, as well as underdeveloped organs.

  • Hypertension: Surrogates who are pregnant with twins or triplets are more likely to develop high blood pressure, putting the pregnancy more at risk.

  • Anemia: Those who carry twins are more likely to become anemic.

  • Birth Defects: Multiples babies are twice as likely to develop congenital defects.

  • Miscarriage: When carrying multiples, there’s a higher possibility that one of the twins may be miscarried.

Our goal isn’t to discourage you from carrying multiples. We just want to help you understand everything that goes into carrying twins as a surrogate.

If you’re interested in being a surrogate pregnant with twins, make sure to explain that to your specialist during the matching process.

That way, we can connect you with intended parents who share the same preferences.

To speak with a specialist about your matching preferences, contact us online today or text us at 913-204-0224.

Other Ways to Maximize Your Surrogate Pay

If you’re worried about the risks that come with being a surrogate carrying twins and want to earn more surrogate pay, then we have you covered.

Our competitive compensation package gives you the edge to become one of the highest-paid surrogates in your area. Below are a few ways you can maximize your surrogate compensation:


Each state has its own cost of living that influences income rates in your community, including surrogate pay. Some states have higher average surrogate salary than others.

If you live in a state that offers a higher surrogate pay rate, you can have the chance to earn even more compensation.


Prior experience as a surrogate can be a great way to get the most out of your surrogate pay. Because you’re already familiar with the process, you’ll be rewarded for your continued service.

Experienced surrogates have the chance to earn $60,000 to $110,000 in second-time surrogate compensation.


You can earn $5,000 in referral fees just for referring a friend. If you know anyone out there that would make a great surrogate candidate, then send them this form and make sure they give us your name. This referral fee will be paid out within 30 days of the embryo transfer.

You can learn more about our program here.

Your Journey Awaits

Whether you’re interested in becoming a surrogate pregnant with twins for intended parents or are interested in earning meaningful income for your family through surrogate pay, we’re here for you.

We want you to feel safe and supported as you navigate your journey toward becoming a surrogate.

By working with our agency, you’ll be on the right track toward making a lasting impact on the lives of those who have dreamed of becoming parents.

To start changing lives, contact us today or send us a text at 913-204-0224. We’re ready to help you give the gift of parenthood.