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How Much Do Fertility Treatments Cost

When a couple has been trying to conceive without success, the questions about fertility treatments can seem endless.  Many couples know that in vitro fertilization, or IVF, can help them get pregnant, but are concerned about financial IVF cost.  Fertility treatments including IVF can be affordable and the expense is well worth the end goal, starting a family.   doctors-for-pregnancy

New Hope Fertility Center specializes in providing personalized fertility treatment.  They have outstanding success rates because of their individualized approach of providing each patient with the exact care they need in order to become pregnant.  Their efforts have created more holistic IVF protocols at a competitive cost. 

At New Hope, the IVF cost for a single cycle is $10,400.  This cost includes:

  • Follicle count
  • Monitoring of the cycle through blood work and ultrasound
  • Review of the cycle by a nurse or physician that is an expert in the field of IVF
  • Harvesting of the eggs with a general anesthetic
  • Fertilization of the harvested eggs with ICSI if needed
  • Freezing of the embryos using vitrification
  • Transfer of either a fresh or frozen embryo

Fertility medication is a second component when evaluating IVF cost.  New Hope offers three IVF protocols, each of which uses a different level of medication.  Within these protocols, the amount of medication prescribed varies based on the woman’s needs:

  • Natural IVF – Monitors the cycle and harvests the one egg a woman produces naturally during the cycle.  The approximate cost of medication is $100.
  • Mini IVF – Uses small doses of fertility medication to gently stimulate a woman’s body to produces three to five eggs.  Depending on a woman’s needs the cost of medication ranges between $100 and $1,500. 
  • Conventional IVF – This protocol uses fertility medication to promote the growth of a large number of eggs.  Medication costs range from $2,500 to $5,000

The above mentioned costs are for patients who are not using insurance benefits for fertility.  The IVF cost for insurance patients is dependent on their level of coverage.  A New Hope team member works with each patient’s insurance company to determine their level of benefits and their specific out of pocket costs. 

For additional information on IVF cost, contact New Hope 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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