The United States has one of the most diverse markets in the world and the average woman spends $8,500 on a family’s healthcare costs.
However, there are many markets in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and even in Europe that are very similar to the United States in terms of pricing and availability.
So how do these markets compare?
Here are five things you need to know about the most common healthcare costs in each market:The United States’ average price of a family member’s healthcare bills for a first-time mother is $4,500 per month.
But that number drops to $3,000 if you have a second child, and to $2,500 if you’re expecting a third child.
It costs about $4 per day to bring in a doctor’s visit for your first child.
This is a lot more than most Americans can afford.
If you have an infant, it will be around $2 per day.
That is a big drop from the $7 per day average the average American spends on healthcare.
When it comes to hospital visits, the United Kingdom has the lowest average hospital visit rate of the 15 markets surveyed.
In the United Arab Emirates, the average hospital stay for a woman is 4 days, while in the United Republic of Tanzania it is just 2 days.
The average price for a doctor visit for a second-time woman in China is $7,400, but it drops to just $5,500 for a third-time.
In South Korea, women who get second- or third-degree burns can expect to pay around $8 per day for a medical check-up, but they can get that price cut to just under $5 per day in Singapore.
In Australia, a second doctor visit is around $5.30 per day, but that drops to around $4 in the Republic of the Congo.
In New Zealand, the price of an eye doctor visit drops from $3.50 to $1.50 per visit.
The cost of a first doctor visit remains the same at $5 for women and $3 for men.
In France, the cost of an MRI is around 70 cents in France, but drops to 15 cents in South Korea and to 11 cents in the Netherlands.
In the United kingdom, the cheapest doctor visit costs around $1 per visit, and it costs just $1 in the UAE.
In Sweden, the lowest cost is around 40 cents per visit for women.
The United Arab Emirate, the most populous Arab state, has the second lowest average cost for a GP visit, at around $3 per visit (after South Korea).
The UAE has the highest average cost of treating a patient with a viral infection, at $10 per visit in the most expensive country surveyed.
In Germany, the top three cheapest countries to treat a viral infections are Switzerland, Denmark, and the Netherlands, but the cheapest to treat the flu is the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
In China, women in the richest country surveyed have the highest rates of cervical cancer.
The average Chinese woman spends around $50,000 on cervical cancer treatments.
The Philippines is the most affordable country in the region, with average monthly healthcare costs of just over $20 per month for women, compared to $36 per month in the US.
The average woman in the Philippines spends just under 30 percent of her monthly salary on healthcare, and women in South-East Asia spend the least, at just over 10 percent.