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Fertility Treatment Costs in Tucson, AZ
Financial worries are a source of stress for many infertility patients.
In fact, according to research presented at the 2013 International Federation of Fertility Societies, over 80 percent of people undergoing treatment for infertility reported that financial concerns were a top worry when undergoing IVF.
Yes, fertility treatments can be expensive. But thankfully there are some programs in place that can help you cut the costs.
Discounts on IVF
According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the average cost of an IVF cycle is $12,400. And that can be a conservative estimate, considering that cost varies by region, and that more than one cycle is often necessary.
If your fertility doctor has recommended you try IVF, and if you are a cash-paying patient, you can sign up for the IVFAdvantage program to help you save money. By paying a reduced fee up front for multiple IVF cycles, you can save up to 40% off the cost of the cycles compared to if you are purchasing them on their own. The program contains up to two fresh and two frozen embryo IVF cycles.
For further information on IVF Advantage, call 855-996-SAVE. A patient care advocate can help answer any questions or match you up with a fertility doctor in your area.
Discounts on Egg Freezing
Egg freezing is a type of fertility preservation procedure in which a woman freezes her eggs when they are healthy and viable so they can be used to help achieve a pregnancy later on. This procedure has grown in popularity recently, both for women looking to delay childbearing for social or for medical reasons.
Like IVF, egg freezing can be costly. One egg freezing cycle can cost anywhere from $6,500 to up to $18,000, depending on the fertility clinic and location.
EggBanxx is discount program that helps you save on egg freezing costs. You’ll pay a flat fee up front for one, two, or three egg freezing cycles—more than one cycle is often necessary to produce the number of eggs needed for a successful pregnancy—which includes two years of storage. One egg freezing cycle through EggBanxx can run anywhere from $5,400 to $8,300, giving you a savings of up to 15% off the walk-in price charged by fertility clinics.
For more information on 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.