Looking for a surrogate? Illinois is the place to be. Credit: Getty Images Having a baby is taking on a new twist for U.S. women who ...Parents are willing to pay about $50,000 to $100,000 -- part of which goes to the surrogate -- to have biological children.
Freezing donor eggs -- or your own -- could be a viable option for young women who want to postpone pregnancy. Credit: Getty Images Goo...Frozen donor eggs may work just as well as fresh ones.
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Should health insurance cover infertility treatments? Credit: Getty Today, most couples undergoing infertility treatments are paying ou...Experts are looking into coverage for infertility treatments under the new health care laws.
Penny Jarvis is freezing her eggs for her daughter, Mackenzie, to use. Credit: Caters News/310pix.com
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