Is there age limit to be a surrgant? I have visited a practice in Ohio and they would not accept because of my age? or is this just a preference due to there practice.
Reply by Rayven
You didn't mention how old you were.
Surrogates need to be at least 21 years old. As to an upper age limit, it will vary by the agency, clinic and intended parents. The general rule of thumb is that a surrogate should be under 40 unless she has had a baby in the last 1-2 years.
Again, this is a general rule, as there are no actual upper limits industry wide. It simply depends on the situation. I knew a surrogate who was 44 and delivered triplets, so you never know.
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