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Costs Associated With Receiving In-Vitro Fertilization Treatment

One of the biggest concerns facing couples who are not successful when trying to conceive is the cost of fertility treatment.  Fertility care is not always covered by health insurance plans.  Therefore, finding a fertility center with competitive in-vitro fertilization treatment costs is important.

2015-36In-vitro fertilization treatment costs are comprised of the cost of fertility medication as well as the cost of treatment.  New Hope Fertility Center, a leading fertility care center in the US, offers a comprehensive in-vitro fertilization package as outlined below. These costs are representative of the costs a person would pay if they have no insurance coverage.  Insurance payments can dramatically change out-of-pocket costs and are specific to the coverage each person has.

Costs Associated with IVF

At New Hope, cycles are below the average cost of IVF in NYC. Our package is comprehensive and includes:

  • Education about what to expect during IVF treatment and instruction on administering fertility medications
  • Follicle count
  • Lab test including blood work and ultrasound to monitor progress throughout the cycle
  • Egg retrieval
  • Fertilization of retrieved eggs with ICSI if needed
  • Embryo culture
  • Transfer of embryo
  • Freezing of embryos using vitrification
  • Review of the cycle by an expert fertility doctor or nurse

The above costs are for the IVF procedure and do not include medication costs.  New Hope offers three IVF protocols, each of which has a different range of medication costs:

  • Natural IVF does not use fertility medication in order to stimulate a woman’s body.  Her cycle is monitored and the egg that is produced naturally is used.  Medication costs are $100 for the cycle.
  • Mini IVF™ uses a small amount of oral and injectable fertility medication with the goal a small number of eggs that are suitable for fertilization.  Medication costs are between $100 and $1,500.
  • Conventional IVF uses large doses of fertility medication with the goal of retrieving a large number of eggs.  Medication costs are between $2,500 and $5,000.

To receive additional information on in-vitro fertilization costs and your specific out-of-pocket costs, contact 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.


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