Frequently asked questions about surrogacy

Surrogacy in Mexico City

A surrogacy process in Mexico City can be performed by heterosexual couples, male couples or single men.

We have an economic program at the price of $55,000 and another program of unlimited attempts for $67,000. In all the programs we include advice and legal procedures. More info...

Payments are made by cash or by transfer to the clinic and surrogate mother.

The contracts with the clinic and surrogate mother will be signed in Mexico City.

A surrogacy process lasts from 12 to 18 months on average, depending on the time we need to achieve a pregnancy. Between each attempt or embryo transfer, usually 2 to 3 months pass.

Yes, in some cases it is possible to perform sex selection.

Intended parents

No, there is no legal age limit for starting a surrogacy process in Mexico City, but it is recommended not to start after age 50 or 55.

The law does not oblige any of the spouses to contribute their genetic material, but it is more than convenient for the future that the man does contribute his semen.

Once pregnancy is achieved, the process must continue.

The first trip for the signing of the corresponding contracts, contribution of genetic material, and the last trip to the birth.

The baby will be registered in the name of the intended parent(s). Subsequently, the newborn will obtain Mexican citizenship and passport.

Surrogate mothers

Surrogate mothers must pass a series of medical tests to confirm that they can carry a healthy pregnancy and have a healthy child.

Among the medical tests are those that are sexually transmitted, as HIV, hepatitis, gonorrhea, syphilis, etc. In addition, a transvaginal ultrasound will be performed to check the condition of the cervix.

Yes, the intended parent(s) must sign a contract with the surrogate. If it is necessary to change the surrogate mother, the contract can be signed online.

All pregnancy monitoring will be done through the Inovavita clinic.

The surrogate mother will have no rights over the newborn.

Egg donation

No, the surrogate mother will never provide her own eggs.

Yes, as long as the intended mother is fertile and a process of ovarian stimulation is not contraindicated.

Our unlimited program includes an IVF with your own eggs.

The egg donor must be a young, fertile woman. Egg donors must pass the following tests: urine tests, blood tests, a chest x-ray and a transvaginal ultrasound.

In Mexico City, the egg donor must be an anonymous donor.

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