STYLE

Would You Spend £50,000 To Have A Baby?

15/10/2014 12:34 | Updated 22 May 2015

MorgueFile, grietgriet

One in ten women in the UK would spend more than £50,000 on IVF so they could have a baby, says a survey by Red magazine.

The survey shows just how far women would go to get pregnant these days. The average amount they would spend on IVF is £15,000, says the magazine, while 90)

• Eating out (94)

• Pension contributions (95)

The report also reveals nearly four out of ten of the women it quizzed had experienced difficulties in conceiving, with 10 suggesting it's worse than being made redundant.

As for egg donation, the survey revealed women would be willing to pay up to £3,000 for an egg, while half said women who donate their eggs should be paid a minimum of £1,270.

Have you considered or tried IVF? What would you sacrifice to pay for it? Tell us your thoughts.

More:

Unfiled
Suggest a correction