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Cost of treatments

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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

The last resort for those struggling with infertility. IVF can resolve challenging fertility issues affecting both men and women. Some of the situations that are best served by in vitro fertilization are low sperm count in the man, damaged fallopian tubes in the woman, or LGBT couples using donor eggs and/or sperm.

Additional Cost:

  • Medication: The cost of hormone medications purchased from a pharmacy. The medication cost will be about $2,000 to $5,000. We will help you estimate the cost of your medication.
  • Monitoring visits for blood tests and ultrasounds during your cycle.
  • Cryopreservation is $1,500 for the first year and $600 after the first year.
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Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

This Simple Procedure Can Resolve Various Infertility Issues. Intrauterine insemination (IUI) can resolve challenging fertility issues affecting both men and women. IUI alone is a useful technique for achieving pregnancy in couples with severe sexual dysfunction, low sperm count in the man, damaged fallopian tubes in the woman as long as at least one fallopian tube is patent. It’s also an effective option for women in same-sex relationships and other patients opting to fertilize an egg with donor sperm.

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Single Embryo Transfer (SET)

To avoid some of the complications associated with carrying multiple embryos through traditional IVF treatments.

The procedure ensures the pregnancy will not result in multiple births, where babies are often born prematurely, have lower birth weights, or can experience more health issues than babies carried to term individually.

SET results in approximately the same number of successful births as multiple-embryo transfers, while increasing the chances of a safer, healthier pregnancy for both the woman and child.

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