deoending on where your from, egg donor can be expensive, in australia its $6,000 for one egg, in the us it can be anywhere from $15-20,000 from what I've heard, europe is alot cheaper, around $8,000 for all the eggs collected in a frsh cycle, go to ivfabroad.com for more info :)
Hi, I used frozen donor eggs, I got 6 for 10,000.00 plus $1200 to freeze the embryos and $1200 for each transfer, I got 4 out of 6 fertilized, we transferred 2 and my little Ella is 7 weeks old and snuggling on my chest! I went to NHFC in NYC. We have 2 frosties left, I'm 46 and dh is 49.
Good luck and ssbd
My egg collection cost $12300, plus 1300 per transfer. I live in Australia, and fly to Thailand which cost me from $1000 to $1200 return, accom about $400.
You really inspire me Melanie :)))) I have three frosties left, and no luck so far, but going back to Thailand soon.
Im 45 and no children YET :))
My question is do you have any tips, any special diet, any advise ?
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