Egg freezing is the ideal way to ensure that a woman has healthy eggs available when she is ready to start a family. Biologically, the ideal time to become pregnant is before 35. After this age, the quality of a woman’s eggs begin to decline which can result in delays and difficulties becoming pregnant. This doesn’t always match up with the plan a woman has for her life. Many women wish to wait until they’ve found the ideal relationship or have accomplished their professional goals before they start a family. While egg freezing is widely accepted as a way to preserve fertility, the procedure often not covered by medical insurance. Because of this, it is important that women find a highly successful fertility center that is affordable.
NYC’s New Hope Fertility Center is award winning and is continually on the cutting edge of fertility care. Their expert team of medical professionals partner with fertility experts worldwide to ensure their clients receive the most successful fertility treatments. Instead of using predetermined protocols, the New Hope team designs a fertility care plan that is based on the unique medical needs of each individual. This is all done in a state of the art facility that allows clients to feel comfortable while maintaining competitive rates for fertility treatment.
An egg freezing cycle at New Hope costs $6,400. These costs include:
- An Antral follicle count
- Monitoring throughout the cycle
- Educational instruction about the procedure, medication and what to expect
- Retrieval of eggs under general anesthesia
- Freezing of the retrieved eggs using vitrification
- Storage of the frozen eggs for six months
In addition to the cost of the cycle, fertility medication can range between $0 and $1,500 depending on a person’s medical needs.
New Hope Fertility Center was among the first in the United States to use vitrification. This state of the art method of freezing eggs dramatically increased the survival rate of frozen eggs. Traditional freezing methods resulted in a survival rate of 55 percent. Vitrification increased the survival rate to 98 percent. The use of this freezing technique made egg freezing a more confident solution for preserving fertility.
For additional information on fertility preservation, contact the experts at New Hope Fertility Center today. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.