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A traditional surrogate donates her own eggs to the surrogate pregnancy in order to help another couple start a family.

Learn how to become a surrogate mother to have surrogate babies for someone else, and earn stay at home mom income for yourself.

The surrogacy section of this website is several pages.

It includes information about gestational surrogacy, traditional surrogacy, and egg donation, as well as information about how to qualify to become a surrogate.

There are also links to How to Become a Gestational Surrogate Mother and the Stay a Stay at Home Mom sister site: Information on Surrogacy.

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What is Traditional Surrogacy?

Traditional surrogacy differs from gestational surrogacy.

A traditional surrogate mother is the biological mother of the surrogate babies she delivers for intended parents.

Unlike gestational surrogacy, there generally are no medications to take or inject, and there are no IVF transfers to implant embryos into the carrier. A traditional carrier will become pregnant via artificial insemination, using sperm from the intended father.

She will then go on to have a normal surrogate pregnancy, and when the baby is delivered, she will sign over her parental rights to the intended parents. Most states view this type of surrogacy as an adoption, and honestly, the situations are very similar.


Types of Surrogacy

Becoming a surrogate mother, whether a gestational or traditional surrogate is difficult, both physically and emotionally, for the entire family.Here are the main differences in traditional and gestational surrogacy:

Traditional Surrogacy
  • No Invasive Medications or Procedures
  • Not a Large Risk of Multiples (twins, triplets, quadruplets)
  • Harder Emotionally as Child is Biological Child
  • Gestational Surrogacy
  • Invasive Medications and Procedures
  • High Risk of Multiples
  • Child is Not Biologically Related
  • With traditional surrogacy, there are slightly different requirements to become a surrogate mother. Mostly that family medical history and physical looks play a part in it all. Compensation is slightly lower as a traditional surrogate verses a gestational carrier. This is due to the fact that there are less invasive procedures.


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    Become a Gestational Surrogate Mother

    Have you decided that becoming a gestational surrogate mother is the right path for you?

    You'll want to pick up a copy of How to Become a Gestational Surrogate Mother: A Step-by-Step Guide from Decision to Delivery.

    There are many steps, and potential pitfalls, to a surrogacy journey. This guide will make sure you are informed!

    Download your copy How to Become a Gestational Surrogate Mother

    **Please note: though we are talking about "money making" on this page, a woman should not decide to become a surrogate mother simply for the financial rewards. Yes, they exist. But, the process is very complicated, lengthy, and personal. Those who do this because they have it in their hearts to give make excellent surrogates. Those who come from a "money making" mentality are miserable.


    It takes a very special woman to become a traditional surrogate mother. This is your own child that you would be giving up through a surrogate pregnancy.

    With gestational surrogacy, you simply give back the surrogate babies you have been growing, babies that never belonged to you in the first place.

    But traditional surrogacy is different. This is your own flesh and blood. Your own biological child. You have to go into it knowing that that child does not belong to you at all, but even then, it is a difficult process. If you have had your tubes tied, you are probably not eligible to become a traditional carrier. In order to carry, you would need to either have your tubes reversed, or you would need to go through in-vitro fertilization in order to conceive. Instead, consider gestational surrogacy.

    Have you ever considered being a tradional surrogate mother?

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    More Information on Surrogacy

  • How to Become a Gestational Surrogate Mother
  • What is a Gestational Surrogate
  • Getting Started with Surrogacy
  • What is an Egg Donor
  • Our Sister Site: Information on Surrogacy
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