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Despite the latest technology and highest success rates available, statistics show that most women will require more than one IVF cycle to have a baby.

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In vitro fertilization (IVF) is one of several assisted reproductive technologies (ART) used to help infertile couples conceive a child. IVF is the process of fertilizing an egg outside of the human body and then placing them in the woman’s uterus.

  • Stimulating the Ovaries: A dose of hormones are given to the woman in order to produce more than one egg, like in a typical cycle. Blood tests and ultrasounds are used to ensure the eggs are retrieved at the precise time.
  • Collecting the Eggs: When the woman’s follicles have reached an appropriate stage of development, the eggs will be retrieved using an ultrasound-guided aspiration needle.
  • Fertilization: Once eggs are retrieved and the male partner collects his sperm, the eggs are mixed with the sperm in a culture dish. If an egg is fertilized by a sperm, a zygote or pre-embryo will begin to develop. The pre-embryo remains in the incubator for two to five days while it continues to grow and divide.
  • Embryo Transfer: A healthy baby starts with a healthy embryo. That’s why we perform Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) with IVF, a procedure to improve the chance for pregnancy by screening embryos for chromosomal abnormalities. After a discussion with the physician, an appropriate number of fertilized eggs (embryos) will be transferred to the uterus to optimize the pregnancy of a single healthy child. This procedure involves an ultrasound being used to guide a catheter through the cervix and into the uterine cavity. The embryo transfer is very similar to a pap test, in that it is generally painless and usually involves no anesthetic. 

Standard IVF Cycle Pricing

Today, it is possible for a woman to become pregnant even after the time her ovaries are incapable of producing eggs thanks to egg donation. Patients (recipients) who can benefit from the donation of oocytes (eggs) from a healthy, fertile donor are those who lack ovarian function secondary to ovarian failure, chemotherapy, radiation treatment, genetic diseases, and women who have resistance to ovarian stimulation due to severe diminished ovarian reserve. In the past, these women would simply have no alternative to become pregnant. Now, an oocyte donor can receive ovarian stimulation with medications and have these eggs retrieved, mixed with the recipient’s partner’s sperm in the laboratory, and the resulting embryos are transferred to the recipient. Egg donation has truly made more pregnancies a reality.

Oocyte Donor IVF Cycle with Gestational Carrier Pricing

Oftentimes, couples have excess embryos after an In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) cycle that have been cryopreserved for future use. If at any point you decide to grow your family again—even years later—you can lessen the financial and emotional burden with a frozen embryo transfer (FET) instead of another round of IVF. 

During a frozen embryo transfer cycle, the uterus is prepared with several medications to make the uterus receptive. This hormonal preparation typically takes 3-4 weeks of time. During this 3-to-4-week period, both hormone levels and the uterine lining are monitored to ensure optimal uterine receptivity. Cryopreserved embryos are then thawed and transferred back into the uterus. Approximately 95% of embryos typically will survive the freeze-thaw process. 

Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Pricing

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a minor office procedure that places sperm with a small catheter directly into a woman’s uterus when she is ovulating. A large concentration of sperm is deposited into the upper uterus so they are closer to the fallopian tubes, where they travel to fertilize an egg. This process, called insemination, uses a thin flexible tube (catheter) that is passed through vagina and cervix into the uterus. Most women experience little or no discomfort. IUI can be done with sperm from the male partner or a donor, and is often combined with ovulation induction (OI) or controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH).

Prior to insemination, the sperm are usually washed and concentrated (Placing unwashed sperm directly into the uterus can cause severe cramps). Concentration is accomplished by selectively choosing highly active, healthy sperm that are more capable of fertilizing an egg. Donor sperm are used if the male partner is sterile, has an extremely low sperm count, or carries a risk of genetic disease. A woman planning to conceive without a male partner can also use donor sperm.

OI uses fertility medication to develop a single follicular cyst (follicle) on the ovary for ovulation. COH is offered in ovulatory women and stimulates the ovary to produce more than the usual one follicle per month, so an increased number of eggs are exposed to sperm thereby increasing the chances for pregnancy.

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) Pricing

Embryo cryopreservation involves freezing embryos at sub-zero temperatures to preserve their viability for future pregnancies. During an in vitro fertilization cycle (IVF), 10 or more eggs are removed from a woman’s ovaries and combined with a man’s sperm. As many as four eggs may be transplanted into the woman’s uterus. The remaining embryos are then frozen (cryopreserved) in canisters of liquid nitrogen about 320 degrees Fahrenheit below zero.

At The IVF Center, embryos can be cryopreserved anywhere from the 2PN stage (24 hours after fertilization) to the blastocyst stage (day 5-6). They are frozen in labeled straws with a plastic topper that is also labeled with the patient’s name, birth date, date of retrieval and the stage of the frozen embryos. The straws are heat sealed and placed in a plastic tube on an aluminum cane that is kept in liquid nitrogen. They are kept at -196°C and the levels of the liquid nitrogen are checked each day. Although they can be kept in this environment permanently, it is up to the patient to decide the disposition of embryos in the future. Consent for embryo freezing or thawing must be provided prior to starting an IVF cycle. There are records kept of each embryo frozen or thawed and all information is confirmed before.

OI uses fertility medication to develop a single follicular cyst (follicle) on the ovary for ovulation. COH is offered in ovulatory women and stimulates the ovary to produce more than the usual one follicle per month, so an increased number of eggs are exposed to sperm thereby increasing the chances for pregnancy.

Embryo Cryopreservation Pricing