Charlotte, North Carolina Surrogacy

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Choose the ConceiveAbilities surrogate mother program in Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem & communities throughout North Carolina.

As one of the premier surrogacy agencies in the United States, ConceiveAbilities is proud to support and serve surrogate mothers in the state of North Carolina and all across the country. Since 1996, we have seen countless babies born and new families created as a result of the third party reproduction services that we provide through our egg donor and surrogacy programs.

With an exceptional approach to the surrogacy process, ConceiveAbilities has received gratitude and appreciation from the many surrogate mothers and intended parents we have worked with. Participants in our surrogacy program from cities in the Tar Heel State -- like Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, and Winston-Salem -- have praised us for our expertise, professionalism and unmatched support.

For Intended Parents

Becoming a Parent with ConceiveAbilities

ConceiveAbilities proudly offers surrogate matching services to intended parents in North Carolina. We understand that the road to parenthood can sometimes be challenging, but with our guidance and support, the journey can be made easier. Our entire team is deeply committed to assisting you through each stage of the surrogacy process.

For Gestational Surrogates

Become a Surrogate Mother in North Carolina (NC)

Participating in our surrogacy program as a surrogate mother is a wonderful experience that few women get to partake in. At ConceiveAbilities, we know how much surrogate mothers sacrifice in order to make another person’s dreams come true. Many of our current staff members created their own families with the invaluable help of a gestational surrogate or were surrogates themselves. We use this firsthand experience as the foundation for how we treat surrogates in our program. Our engagement managers and support team make it their mission to guide surrogate mothers with compassion and understanding. Being a surrogate in North Carolina means being part of our exclusive Surrogate Sisterhood.

Learn more about becoming a surrogate mother.

Requirements for Becoming a Surrogate Mother in North Carolina

ConceiveAbilities is very appreciative for every woman who is willing to make the sacrifice of becoming a surrogate mother. However, there are a number of requirements that must be met in order to qualify for our surrogacy program in North Carolina. A few of the surrogate requirements include:

  • Age between 21-39 years old
  • BMI between 18-34
  • Not underweight/under 100 pounds
  • No history of gastric bypass
  • Not currently on government financial support
  • Have given birth to and be raising at least one child
  • Must provide OB/GYN records and a clearance letter

Learn more about our list of surrogacy requirements.

Surrogate Mother Compensation in North Carolina

The satisfaction that comes from being a gestational carrier can be a reward in its own right. Nevertheless, ConceiveAbilities will still ensure that all surrogates receive substantial financial compensation for their time and effort. Our surrogate compensation package covers expenses for:

  • Medical co-payments
  • Maternity clothing
  • Required medication
  • Lawyer fees
  • Travel expenses (if applicable)
  • Wages lost during surrogacy (if applicable)

Learn more about surrogate mother pay.

Get started with surrogacy in Charlotte, NC.

Whether you are an intended parent or a surrogate applicant, the process for getting started is easy, secure & confidential. Go ahead and take the first step with ConceiveAbilities.

Questions? Learn more about ConceiveAbilities.

For questions about our agency's Charlotte surrogacy program or more information about becoming a North Carolina surrogate mother, please contact ConceiveAbilities.

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