The cost of child rearing can be astronomical, but a new study finds a number of things to consider if you’re thinking about getting pregnant.
The cost of fertility treatments, drugs and surgery can add up to millions of dollars a year, according to the study, published in the journal JAMA.
So if you’ve already gone through that initial process and are now planning to have a baby, the study found you might be better off going to a fertility clinic or a fertility doctor instead.
And even if you decide to have an abortion, the cost of that procedure could add up significantly.
According to the survey, the average cost of abortion in the U.S. is $6,600.
If you don’t want to pay that, you could go to an emergency room, according the study.
The survey found that the average number of miscarriages and abortions for women under 35 is 6.2 per 1,000 women.
The study’s authors, Dr. Jennifer Gerson, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at New York University and the study’s lead author, said that the majority of women who had abortions had a history of depression or anxiety.
And women who also experienced a miscarriage or an ectopic pregnancy were more likely to have experienced post-traumatic stress disorder.
While a lot of women are scared about having a baby out of wedlock, Gerson said the majority are more comfortable having children from an early age than if they were trying to have children in an unplanned fashion.
“I think this is a big, big difference in terms of the kinds of people who are willing to do it,” Gerson told ABC News.
Gerson, who also holds an appointment with Planned Parenthood, said women who want to get pregnant can do so in a few different ways.
They can opt for pre-natal classes, which teach women how to plan for a baby’s birth and care for it, or they can have a cesarean section.
While pre-pregnancy classes are often offered by hospitals, Gabor said she had never heard of a clinic offering such a service.
“If you go to Planned Parenthood and ask for an appointment, it’s not a huge, big risk, so I think the vast majority of people would be willing to pay for that,” she said.
The most common reasons for women to not want to have kids out of marriage are financial, religious, and political, the researchers said.
For most women, the reasons cited were related to finances and health issues.
According to Gabor, the survey did not look at other issues such as the quality of the parents’ relationship or other aspects of childrearing.