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About Surrogacy

For those who have been unable to have a child of their own, and infertility treatments have either failed or were not an option, surrogacy is the last option.

Surrogacy is the process of choosing someone to carry your baby for you. Your egg is fertilized with either your partner’s sperm or donor sperm and the inserted in the surrogate’s uterus.

The cost of surrogacy can vary from $60,000-$150,000 per try. It often takes two or three attempts before a surrogate becomes pregnant.


Learn more about Surrogacy

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