It’s no surprise that infertility can be a costly endeavor. Some people try for years and deplete their funds. Others cannot even begin to fathom financing the high costs of egg donation and/or surrogacy. But there are some options for you that you may not have considered. Beyond tapping your 401K or attempting to refinance your house, you may want to think about pulling out your passport – because there are many choices all over the world and the savings can be considerable. But before booking a ticket you need to do your research and know if the savings are worth it, if you are traveling to countries whose laws support the services you are seeking, and finally knowing if the quality of care is worth the savings you will receive. If you go well-armed with information you may end up with a baby – and some money to buy a high-end stroller too. Kathryn Kaycoff-Manos and her business partner, Lauri Berger de Brito, have traveled the world and surfed the internet using their years of expertise in the infertility field (they own the well-known and regarded Agency for Surrogacy Solutions, Inc. based in Southern California) to give potential IVF Travelersa clear view of what lay ahead should they choose to travel for fertility treatment.