Cost of IVF
When choosing a fertility clinic, you may consider factors such as medical staff expertise, location, and cost. Since many people may not have insurance coverage for fertility treatment, knowing the costs up front makes good financial sense. However, trying to determine the costs associated with fertility treatment can be difficult because costs for an Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) cycle vary from program to program. The cost is dependent on insurance coverage, patient characteristics, and treatment center.
See below for RESOLVE’s breakdown of the average prices for procedures involved in IVF:
A donor egg: $25,000-$30,000
Questions to ask the financial coordinator at your fertility center
To help you with your decision-making process, ask the clinic for a detailed list of procedures and corresponding costs, and follow up with these questions:
- Are medications, tests, lab work, and consultations included in the cost of treatment?
- Does the clinic provide financial counseling and psychological counseling? If so, are there fees for these services?
- Does the clinic offer a payment plan or a shared risk option?