Cost of IVF
If the first IVF cycle fails, what's the cost for trying again?
If you use any remaining embryos, the cost for frozen cycle is $2,000. However, if you have to repeat the fresh cycle, the cost will be the same as listed in the above table.
What are the IVF discounts for teachers and military personnels?
Teachers and military personnels (or veterans) receive $1,000 discount per person. So if one partner is a teacher and the other is a veteran, the couple will have $2,000 discount from their IVF global fee. These discounts are applicable only to self paying patients.
What is the typical cost of medications for IVF?
The cost of medications for IVF can vary from $2,000 to $6,000 depending on your ovarian reserve and weight. Women with AMH of <1.5 and/or BMI of >35 tend to require higher doses of medications, hence will have to spend more on medications.
Is there financing for IVF?
Yes, there are several external programs that we can refer you to.
Do you have a money back guarantee program?
At the present time we do not have a shared risks program, which would be prohibitively expensive to most of our patients.
Does insurance cover for IVF?
Insurance IVF coverage depends mainly on the generosity of your employer. A company would have to pay a higher premium to the managed plans in order to have its employees covered for IVF so it may not choose to do so. Our business department will help you understand your benefits.
If I have IVF coverage can I get treatment at any clinic?
Technically you can, but in order to receive the maximum benefits you may have to go to facilities designated by the plans as ‘Center of Excellence’.
What is the cost for long term storage of embryos?
Your IVF global fee covers storage of embryos for up to 1 year after their creation. For longer storage we will transported your embryos to Reprotech, a nationwide cryostorage network, which will charge you an annual fee of $400.
What are the fees for PGT?
The fee for embryo biopsy ($2,000) is already included in the global IVF/PGT fee. The fee for testing the embryo for chromosome abnormalities is $150 per embryo and is charged to you directly by an outside laboratory. So if you have 4 embryos to be tested, you will be charged $600 by the lab.
Why are your IVF fees lower than elsewhere?
We believe in quality and affordability from day one. Our mission has always been to provide the best care as possible with available resources and feel that our fees are reasonable. The costs may be lower than elsewhere but our results are as good or better. We’ll give you our best effort!