In Vitro Fertilization Prices

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In vitro fertilization is a great solution for people who have trouble making children, but the process itself can be time-consuming, nerve-wrecking and costly. You probably already know that this process consists of the fertilization of a female egg by sperm outside of the body, but these things can be explained better by a specialized doctor. Your worries should probably begin with in vitro fertilization prices, which can vary from country to country, but with no major differences.

In vitro fertilization prices in America usually average on $ 12,000, but they can also be as low as $10,000 or as high as $15,000, depending on the success of the treatment. If the fertilization is successful with the first try, then the price will range somewhere between $10,000 and $12,000, but if other supplements are needs the prices will naturally grow. If you are starting to look for in vitro fertilization prices and fertility clinics, visit each and one of them and ask for conditions and specific prices. For example, if a certain clinic gives you a quote of only $10,000 they are perhaps omitting some additional costs, so make sure they are at least including fertility drugs, blood work, and ultrasound and monitoring as well.

Another thing you should be aware of if you are interested in in vitro fertilization prices is that you can save some money if you already have frozen embryos from previous tries. Harvesting new embryos will cost extra, so if you already have others well preserved there’s no reason why you shouldn’t use them. As for the costs of transferring embryos from a clinic to another, they will probably be somewhere around $3,000.

Of course, in some cases, in vitro fertilization is not only a choice for people who have trouble making children otherwise, but it is rather the option of single mothers, male gay couples who need a surrogate mother or even female gay couples who need male sperm. Unfortunately, those who need in vitro fertilization because they have reproductive and fertile issues will have to pay extra for additional help. If, say, you want to test your embryos, you will have to pay $3,000 more and a few hundreds on top for freezing and storage. In vitro fertilization prices can be even bigger if you need an egg donor, and a whole and complete in vitro session with everything it entails will probably cost you about $25,000, maybe even $30,000. A sperm donor will cost less, maybe between $200 and $3,000 extra.