Cost of Surrogacy

Having a surrogate is the process of choosing someone to carry your baby for you. The cost of surrogacy can vary from $60,000 up to $150,000.  This of course is just one attempt.  Sometimes it may take two or three attempts in order for a surrogate to become pregnant. Surrogate reimbursement can range from $10,000 to $25,000.

Having a surrogate is the process of choosing someone to carry your baby for you.  The cost of surrogacy can vary from $60,000 up to $150,000.  This of course is just one attempt.  Sometimes it may take two or three attempts in order for a surrogate to become pregnant.

Breakdown of Costs

•    Surrogate reimbursement can range from $10,000 to $25,000. (More if pregnancy is multiples).

•    Other carrier costs
        Psychological evaluation-$300

        Medical insurance-$100-$500

        Life insurance-$300.00

        Maternity Clothes-$400-$500

        Lost wages-$0-$3000

•    Attorney fees-$3000-$4000

•    Agency fees-$10,000-$20,000

•    IVF costs can be as little as $5,000 to as much $60,000.

When it comes to the cost of surrogacy there can be a wide range of costs. It is important to research several clinics to find which works for you and which clinics have the prices that work for your budget.

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