We love receiving your questions about surrogacy on Facebook either through comments or by private message, so please keep them coming. However, there are some questions we receive often. One question we see a lot is: Is there a weight requirement to become a surrogate?
There is no weight requirement but there is a BMI, or Body Mass Index, requirement.
Why does BMI matter for Surrogates?
BMI is a measure of your body fat based on your height and weight. The requirement is put in place for your safety. We screen surrogates because we want to make sure that a surrogacy journey is going to be the right choice for each individual who applies.
The required BMI to become a surrogate is 33 and under, and in some cases, 33-35 can be accepted too.
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