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Fertility Treatment Costs in Brooklyn
According to research presented at the 2013 International Federation of Fertility Societies, nearly 83 percent of fertility treatment patients identified financial concerns as a top worry when undergoing IVF.
That’s because fertility treatments can be expensive. Fortunately, there are few programs out there that can help you save.
Discounts on IVF
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine lists the cost of an average IVF cycle as $12,400. However, a 2011 study in the journal Fertility and Sterility found that the costs of a successful IVF were much higher, at over $61,000.
The IVFAdvantage program can help you save money on IVF cycles by allowing you to pay a reduced fee for multiple cycles up front, which allows you to receive multiple attempts if the first was not successful. It includes up to two fresh IVF cycles and two frozen embryo cycles, giving you a savings of up to 40% off the cost of paying for each individually. Anyone is eligible for IVFAdvantage if they are a cash-paying patient whose fertility doctor recommended the procedure.
For more information on IVFAdvantage, contact a patient care advocate at 855-996-SAVE. Your patient care advocate can help match you up with a fertility doctor in your area in our network.
Discounts on Egg Freezing
Egg freezing has grown in popularity for women looking to preserve their fertility for social or medical reasons. With egg freezing, eggs are frozen when they are healthy and viable so they can be used to achieve pregnancy in the future.
Egg freezing cycles can be costly. Though costs vary depending on location and fertility clinic, they can range from $6,500 up to $18,000.
EggBanxx is a program that can allows you to preserve your fertility at a fraction of the cost. With EggBanxx, costs per cycle for egg freezing range from $5,400 to $8,300, resulting in a savings of up to 15% off the walk-in price charged by fertility clinics.
To learn more information about EggBanxx, or to be matched up with a fertility clinic in your area that works with the program, contact a patient care advocate at 855-55-BANXX.