Egg Donor only – the cost could be approximately $45,000 (includes Family Formers’ Fee, Donor’s Fees & Expenses, IVF Treatment, Medications for Donor, and Legal)
Gestational Carrier Only – the cost could be approximately $110,000 (includes Family Formers’ Fee, GCs Fees & Expenses, Frozen Embryo Transfer, Medications for GC, Legal) – (this estimate assumes a match with a first-time GC with a base compensation of $45,000+)
Egg Donor & Gestational Carrier – the cost is an average of $155,00 (the estimate assumes a match with a first-time GC with a base compensation of $45,000+)
You already have! By reading this information, you can consider your journey is underway. The next step is to speak with one of Family Formers’ staff and begin to decide if this is something you want to do. That is where we step in and guide you step by step.
For an Egg Donation only, you can expect the process to take 2-3 months from the moment you start working with until you are pregnant.
For a Gestational Carrier cycle only, you can also expect the process to take approximately 3 months from the moment you are matched with your GC until your GC is pregnant.
The trend is moving toward IPs & Egg Donors wanting to meet. However, most IPs and Egg Donors prefer to remain anonymous throughout the process.
Legal representation is an absolute must when dealing with such complicated processes. Having proper legal help is vital to making sure that everyone involved is protected.
Usually, the GC will choose to work with the OBGYN that has provided prenatal care for her previous pregnancies. However, Family Formers can also refer from an excellent network of OBGYNs across Florida that we have worked with throughout the past years.
Yes, we do! Please visit our LGBTQ page for more information.
Yes, you can. However, time frame for the process may change depending on what procedures your egg donor may have had.