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What Does the Average Fertility Specialist Cost NYC

Many couples find cost is the largest prohibitive factor in beginning fertility care.  Understanding the potential fertility specialist cost is one of the first steps you should take during your fertility care journey.  

How can I find out what my fertility specialist cost will be?

The first step in identifying your specific fertility specialist cost is to contact your insurance company.  Many plans offer coverage for fertility treatments.  The amounts and types of procedures that are covered vary from policy to policy so it is important to truly understand what coverage options you have available.  Additionally, 2015-20you should take time to understand your prescription coverage.  Finally, be sure that the provider you select for fertility care accepts your medical insurance.

Furthermore, fertility medication can be a large part of your out of pocket costs.  Once you understand your coverage, speak with the insurance coordinator at your fertility center.  They will have additional insights and will be able to provide you with information on how copays are collected and what your responsibilities are. 

If I do not have insurance coverage, what can I expect to pay?

At New Hope, our fertility care is tailored to each individual patient.  Therefore, the costs shown below are approximate.  Your specific cost may be higher or lower than what is listed here. 

In Vitro Fertilization – One Cycle - $11,800

These fees apply to Natural IVF, Mini IVF and Conventional IVF protocols.  The In Vitro Fertilization package includes:

  • Follicle Count
  • Monitoring through blood work and ultrasound
  • Review of your cycle by a nurse or physician
  • Educational information and instruction
  • An egg retrieval under local anesthetic
  • Fertilization including ICSI
  • Embryo freezing via vitrification
  • Embryo culture
  • Assisted hatching of the embryo
  • Embryo transfer back to your uterus, may be either fresh or frozen

It is important to note the above figures do not include fertility medication.  Depending on the type of In Vitro Fertilization protocol you are undergoing, these fees can vary greatly.  Estimated fertility medication costs:

  • Natural IVF - $100
  • Mini IVF - $100 - $1,500
  • Conventional IVF - $2,500 - $,5000

The above referenced figures are approximations and may vary based on your unique situation.  A member of our staff can review your specific situation and provide additional information.

Contact us today to review the fertility specialist cost at New Hope Fertility Center.  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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