For couples that are unable to conceive without assistance, fertility treatments offer hope, and an opportunity to have the family they’ve been waiting for. Many people have questions about in vitro fertilization, IVF, specifically around how much the procedure will cost and how the IVF cost will impact their finances.
IVF cost is dependent on two main items, the cost for the procedure and monitoring and the cost of fertility medication. New Hope Fertility Center provided world class fertility care in NYC. They offer a three IVF protocols to help couples become pregnant. The IVF cost for one cycle is $10,400 and includes:
- A follicle count
- Monitoring throughout the cycle
- Review of the cycle with a medical professional
- Egg retrieval under local anesthesia
- Fertilization of the retrieved eggs using ICSI if needed
- Embryo culture
- Freezing of the embryos using the state of the art method of vitrification
- A fresh or frozen embryo transfer
In addition to the cost of the procedure, are the costs for fertility medication. Fertility medication costs can vary based on the specific IVF protocol a woman is utilizing:
- Natural IVF monitors a woman’s cycle and harvests and fertilizes the one egg her body produces naturally. Women who wish to avoid fertility medication or who are not likely to respond to fertility medication are well suited for this protocol. The medication costs for this protocol are $100.
- Mini IVF™ uses small doses of fertility medication to gently stimulate a woman’s body to produce between three and five high quality eggs. Mini IVF™ is ideal for women who are primarily focused on quality rather than quantity of eggs retrieved. Medication costs with this protocol are between $100 - $1,500
- Conventional IVF uses high doses of fertility medication to produce high quantities of eggs. Medication costs can vary between $2,500 and $5,000.
A client’s out of pocket IVF cost may vary greatly based on their insurance coverage. New Hope Fertility Center works with most major insurance companies. Additionally, they offer financing for those without insurance coverage or who need assistance funding their out of pocket cost. A counselor can speak with you and advise of your payment options as well as coordinate payment with your insurance company.
For additional information on your specific IVF cost, contact New Hope. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.