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What is the Average Cost of Fertility Treatment?

3.21-2.jpgPreparing for your first fertility treatment office visit includes being prepared to gather as much information about costs and expenses. At New Hope Fertility NYC, every patient undergoes a complete fertility assessment and diagnostic testing before a customized treatment plan is designed and implemented. Understanding the root cause of your infertility is the only way to cost-effectively help you get pregnant. Knowing the cause of your infertility will also help you cope better with the realization that you are going to have to take on the financial, physical, and emotional demands of infertility treatment.

Average Cost of IUI

New Hope Fertility NYC uses cutting edge technology to make IUI affordable for all patients. In the USA, the cost of an IUI procedure is approximately $865.

However, an IUI cycle also includes costs for:

  • Hormone Testing
  • Antral Follicle Count
  • Semen Analysis
  • Ovarian Monitoring (Ultrasound Imaging and Blood Tests)
  • Fertility Medications

Fertility medications costs range between $100 to $1,500 per IUI cycle, depending on each woman’s medical needs.

An affordable IVF protocol for you is:

  • One that is customized for your personal needs
  • One that is tailored and suited to meet your medical needs
  • One that is cost-effective for you
  • One that will get you pregnant as soon as possible

The best IVF center will offer patients a vast array of IVF protocols – traditional and alternative holistic approaches.

Customized IVF Protocols

Contact our office drectly to obtain the most updated fee quotes for each of these IVF treatment procedures. Our procedure fees do not include the cost of expense of medications.

Conventional IVF

A fresh Conventional IVF cycle entails the stimulation of multiple egg follicle growth – 15 to 20 – through large dosages of injectable fertility medications. When a mature stage has been reach, the eggs are then surgically retrieved and fertilized in vitro – in a lab. One or two of the resulting embryos are then transferred to the woman’s uterus for implantation into her uterine lining. Excess embryos are typically cryopreserved for future Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedures.

Mini-IVF™

Because lower dosages of fertility medications are prescribed to only produce 3 to 5 high quality eggs, the patient’s cost per Mini-IVF™ cycle is reduced. With a Mini-IVF™ protocol, the patient’s physical discomfort is lessened because her body is not forced into producing the 10 to 15 eggs reached in a Conventional IVF cycle.

Natural Cycle IVF™

The Natural Cycle IVF™ is almost completely drug-free – compared to Conventional IVF and Mini-IVF™. A woman’s body may need only a little coaxing to achieve a pregnancy with her one high quality egg produced during a natural menstrual cycle. Her single, natural egg is the very best a woman can produce – without the need for numerous, costly, painful, self-administered fertility medication injections.

In Vitro Maturation (IVF/M)

IVM or IVF/M – egg maturation in vitro – is a revolutionary method of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) helping to increase a woman’s chances of using at least some of her immature eggs for fertilization. IVM is an innovative ART technique that surgically retrieves a woman’s eggs while they are still in an immature stage. A woman’s eggs can be matured in a controlled laboratory setting – in vitro – through IVF/M.

Affordable Fertility Treatment

It is important to work with a fertility care team having the experience required to design a customized infertility treatment plan meeting your specific personal needs. To schedule your initial consultation with one of the world renowned fertility specialists at New Hope Fertility NYC, click the icon below – or – call 917.525.5496.

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