Micro-dose Lupron is injected twice daily to stimulate release of FSH from the pituitary, and prevent an LH surge.
Maximum charge per cycle for ultrasound is $ 390
On the same cycle
Price includes first year of cryostorage. Freezing of additional samples during the same week are discounted by half.
Includes preliminary ultrasound
A large ovarian cyst can be aspirated with local anesthesia, antibiotic and a thin needle.
Flexible hysteroscopy with cervical block anesthesia and nitrous oxide inhalation
Disposable hysteroscope and biopsy tools with cervical block anesthesia and nitrous oxide inhalation. Health insurance will often pay for toward this procedure.
ABBI bubble-based sonohysterogram to evaluate tubal patency
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires contagious disease testing for all sperm and egg donors, even if you know them well.
Genetic testing for rare genetic conditions of a potential egg or sperm donor is available through GeneDx corporation.
The true cost of in vitro fertilization is the sum of the Clinic Fee, Hormonal Chemistry Tests and Medication Costs. An IVF Deposit of $8500 is required of patients at the the start of an IVF cycle. It includes the Clinic Fee and estimated Hormonal Chemistry Tests. Estimated total cost for an IVF/ ICSI cycle is about 13,500.
Clinic fee includes management of ovarian stimulation, follicular aspiration with intravenous sedation, fertilization of the eggs by ICSI, embryo culture, and the first embryo transfer (does not include Medication Cost or Hormonal Chemistry Tests).
Hormonal assays are used to titrate the medication given.
Medication costs vary by stimulation protocol and age of patient. These need to be acquired before starting a stimulation cycle.
If an IVF cycle produces more healthy embryos than can be transferred, the extra embryos can be cryopreserved for later use. This price includes the first year of cryostorage.
When frozen embryos are available after an IVF cycle.
When two people share eggs, the recipient pays the clinic fee, all medication and lab costs for the person sharing half of her eggs. The donor and recipient pay $ 4000 each as a Clinic Fee. The recipient pays her own clinic fee, hormonal testing, the FDA clearance fee for the donor ($ 900), and medications. Estimated total cost for the egg donor is $4160. The recipient pays about $17,000.
If a patient purchases eggs from a cryobank, and has those eggs shipped to our clinic, we can fertilize them by ICSI, culture the embryos to the blastocyst and transfer them into a prepared uterus.
Services not paid by insurance as "not medically necessary', "not-covered" or "investigational " are billed at the following rates