Will I have to use my personal health insurance for surrogate related prenatal care or delivery?

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If you have insurance, your insurance will be used for your surrogate related prenatal care and delivery, so long as your insurance is surrogate friendly. Of course, the intended parents will pay for all deductibles, co-pays, and out of pocket medical expenses required for your prenatal care and delivery.

If you do not have medical insurance, or if you have a health insurance policy that is not surrogate friendly, the intended parent will be responsible for paying for a health insurance plan to cover your surrogate related expenses.

Our experts will review your health insurance policy to determine if it is surrogate friendly, or will assist in placing a surrogate friendly insurance in place for your surrogacy journey. 

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