I am a 59 year physician who is cnsidering have a child thorugh surrogacy. Is this possible?

I am a 59 male physician who has had sevral children with my wife. We are considering having another child thorugh surragacy. Would there ever be any age restriction for the intended parent?

Reply by Rayven
There is no age restriction for the intended parents, especially not for the intended father. There are surrogate mothers (moms helping their daughters by becoming their gestational surrogate) in their late 50s, early 60s, and most intended parents are older when they decide to go through surrogacy to complete their families.

Not a problem at all.

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