Become a Surrogate

Surrogates are amazing women who allow their bodies to benefit a couple who cannot carry a baby.  All Omega Family surrogates are mothers themselves, and they know how amazing life is with children.

For those who face infertility or when having a baby becomes an issue, couples resort to alternative ways to grow their family. In surrogacy a woman (surrogate or gestational carrier) has an embryo implanted in her uterus and carries the baby to full term. When the baby is born, it’s handed over to its parents.



Surrogacy is a family creating option in which a woman (Surrogate) allows an embryo to be implanted into her uterus, and she carries the baby to full term. When the baby is born, the baby is handed over to its biological parents, allowing a couple to have a son or daughter who is genetically related to them.

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Why Become A Surrogate?

Surrogates at Omega Family Global are amazing women who decide to help a family who, without their involvement, could never have children of their own. To learn more, watch this short video or read our blog: Why did I become a surrogate?

Omega Surrogate Christina talks about how her compassion for those who face infertility lead her to become a Surrogate.  Follow Christina on Facebook or Instagram. #omegastories

How Does Surrogacy Work?

Surrogacy is not a very common topic. This is why Omega Family Global illustrates the little-known process in this informative video from an Omega Surrogate’s point of view. Blog : Omega Family Global’s Unique Surrogacy Process

You will understand the following:
  • Each step of the process.

  • Who are the people involved in the process.

  • What is the Surrogates role in this unique family creation option.

  • How Omega Family Global takes care of their Surrogates and the baby throughout the whole process.

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Our Surrogate Checklist

  • Are you between 21 and 36 years of age?

  • Are you in good health?

  • Have you had one successful, uncomplicated pregnancy and delivery?

  • Is your BMI less than or equal to 30?

  • Have you had no more than 2 C-sections in the past?

If you answered yes to all the questions you are one step  closer to being  able to become a surrogate.  Are you ready for…