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What Do Treatment Options For Poor Responders Cost?

Poor responders, or women whose bodies don’t respond well to large doses of fertility medication, often have difficulty identifying treatment options. Poor responder treatment options are available and can be affordable.  Understanding treatment options and their potential financial impact can help poor responders select the right treatment option.

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Located in NYC, New Hope Fertility Center provides individualized fertility care that focuses on the unique needs of each client.  Their customization of treatment plans allows New Hope to have high success rates among women who do not respond well to fertility medication while keeping most costs below the national average.  Some of the available poor responder treatment options and their associated costs are:

Natural Cycle IVF – Natural Cycle national average is 10,000-12,000 plus medication

Natural cycle IVF has a different approach than that of traditional IVF protocols.  During traditional IVF treatment, a woman is given large doses of fertility medication in order to produce multiple eggs.  If a woman is unable to produce multiple eggs, they are often seen as poor candidates for IVF.  Natural IVF cycles approach IVF from a different perspective.  The goal of a natural cycle is to harvest the single egg that a woman produces on her own.  Fertility medication is not used and producing multiple eggs is not a requirement.

Minimal Stimulation IVF – Mini IVF national average is 12000-15,000 plus meds

Minimal stimulation IVF protocols use a dramatically reduced amount of fertility medication to promote the growth of a small number of eggs.  The focus of the minimal stimulation protocol is on the quality rather than the quantity of the retrieved eggs.  Because retrieving a large number of eggs is not necessary, a minimal stimulation cycle can be ideal for poor responders.

Donor Eggs – Donor cycle average costs 18,000-34,000 depending on how many eggs you get and if its an exclusive cycle plus meds

In the event that a woman’s eggs are not suited for pregnancy, donor eggs provide another option.  Recipients have the ability to select a donor that matches their requirements and background.  Often, donor eggs have a higher success rates as they are screened for quality and suitability prior to donation.

To schedule an appointment to learn more about poor responder treatment options, contact the fertility care 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.

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