Surrogacy Compensation

Surrogacy Compensation in Oregon

Becoming a surrogate not only provides personal satisfaction of giving intended parents such a selfless and miraculous gift, but it also comes with generous compensation. From making a down payment on a house, paying off debt, starting a college fund, or taking a dream vacation, women who chose to be a surrogate with Modern Conceptions can use their compensation to help improve their family’s quality of life.

Guaranteed Surrogate CompensationAmount
First-time Surrogate Compensation ​$35,000
Experienced surrogate compensation$45,000
Monthly stipend$250 per month
Embryo transfer payment$1,000
Maternity clothing allowance$500
One year term life insurance policy$300-$600
Potential CompensationAmount
Compensation for Multiples$5,000
Hysterectomy$5,500
Loss of Uterus$2,500
Loss of ovary(ies) and or fallopian tube(s)$1,500
Cesarean section$2,500
Termination or Selective Reduction$750
Invasive Procedures (amniocentesis, CVS, D&C, etc)$500
Mock Cycle$1,000
Bed Rest CompensationAmount
Lost Wages (based on surrogate income)Varies
House cleaning$100 per week
Childcare$150 per week

Travel Expenses

If you agree to travel for your surrogacy, the intended parents purchase your airfare and hotel accommodations for you and a companion, to the screening appointment and embryo transfer. You also get reimbursed for a rental car or Uber/Lyft and up to $75 meal allowance per day (including travel days) and parking at your local airport.

Medical Insurance

If you don’t have medical insurance or your medical insurance policy doesn’t cover surrogacy, the intended parents will purchase a policy on your behalf for the duration of the pregnancy. The intended parents also purchase a life insurance policy on your behalf.

Why Modern Conceptions Surrogacy Is For You

The money is yours to keep and use as you see fit for you and your family. You are not required, nor expected to use any of these funds to pay for medical bills or any other expenses related to the surrogacy process. Surrogacy associated with medical bills, co-pays, attorney/legal fees, and all other pregnancy costs, are paid for by the intended parents.