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Fertility Treatment Costs in Vermont
Going through fertility treatments can be stressful, and not just because of the physical toll. The financial burden weighs heavily on many patients as well.
Yes, fertility treatments can be expensive, but there are a couple new discount programs that can help you afford your procedures.
Discounts on IVF
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine estimates the average cost of an IVF cycle to be over $12,000. That may seem like a lot on its own, but it’s important to recognize that more than one cycle is often necessary for success.
The IVFAdvantage discount program can help you save money on IVF costs. You purchase multiple IVF cycles up front—up to two fresh and two frozen embryo IVF cycles—at a discounted price, up to 40 percent off the cost of buying each on its own. You can be eligible for IVFAdvantage if you are a cash-paying patient whose fertility doctors recommended IVF.
For more information on IVF Advantage, contact a patient care advocate at 855-996-SAVE.
Discounts on Egg Freezing
One egg freezing cycle can cost anywhere from $6,500 to $18,000, depending on your geographic location and the fertility clinic that you choose.
EggBanxx is a discount program that allows you to pay less for fertility preservation costs. You’ll purchase a one, two or three egg-freezing cycle package up front (it’s common to require more than one cycle to produce the recommended number of eggs), which includes up to 2 years of storage. Though EggBanxx, you can expect to save up to 20 percent off the cost of regular prices normally charged by these fertility clinics. One egg freezing cycle can range $5,400 to $8,300.
You can also apply for financing with one of our loan providers, which would allow you to pay the cost in monthly payments.
For more information on EggBanxx, or to speak with a patient care advocate, call 855-55-BANXX.