Assisted Conception could be scary and the financial angle makes it scarier sometimes. In fact, a lot of people are discouraged and give up on their dreams as a result of monetary implications. Some prefer to keep trying, in the hope of having a spontaneous conception.
Whilst we do not dispute the fact that it is an expensive process, and that the costs depend on the treatment option and number of treatment cycles, we know the investment is worth the treasure of a baby.
With careful planning, budgeting and guide, you can make this investment the most remarkable you have ever embarked on.
Infertility treatments are expensive and costs vary because we still do not have typical cost would include the costs of the process including agency fees, donor/Surrogate compensation and expense, screening fees, medical procedure, legal contracts and screening for intending parents. If the treatment produces a lot of embryos, storage costs would also be a consideration.
If the treatment produces a lot of embryos, storage costs would also be a consideration. If the there is a pregnancy, then antenatal fees, monitoring fees and delivery charges will be inclusive.
Costs will increase if there is no pregnancy at the first attempt as it means you would have to repeat the process, incurring additional costs of frozen embryo transfer, storage costs, additional surrogate expense and compensation. If there are no frozen embryos, then additional costs of a fresh cycle as well as donor related fees would be included.
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