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How much do fertility treatments cost?
We understand that our new and potential patients have questions regarding cost. When determining the cost of fertility treatment, patients must look at:
Cost = plan of treatment cost minus insurance coverage.
Since most patients have coverage for their initial consultation through their insurance, the first visit is whatever their copay cost or deductible requires them to pay in order to see a fertility specialist. If a patient does NOT have insurance, or their insurance does not cover infertility treatments, the cost of a fertility consultation is on average around $300.
Many patients also have coverage for fertility testing through their insurance as well. If we are contracted through your insurance and you have fertility coverage, your cost will be your copay or deductible cost. If you do not have this coverage, testing for women is approximately around $800 and testing for men is under $200.
Anything else is extremely difficult to predict without an infertility diagnosis and plan of treatment. Basic fertility treatment costs, like the cost of IUI, can be a few hundred dollars. Advanced treatments, like IVF, can cost thousands.
Most couples, over 80 percent, will be able to get pregnant with basic fertility treatments. Many couples are surprised at how affordable these costs are, especially compared to the cost of IVF.
The Reproductive Medicine Group has secured agreements with several financing companies to provide loans for qualifying fertility patients.
How Much Does IVF (In-Vitro fertilization) cost in Tampa, Florida?
IVF (In-Vitro fertilization) cost at The Reproductive Medicine Group
Over 70 percent of Florida patients with a health care plan have insurance coverage for their initial consultation. Empower yourself by knowing what your fertility options are. Not every patient will need IVF (In Vitro fertilization).
It’s hard to give a specific cost of fertility treatment for several reasons. First, you may have insurance that covers part, some, or all of your fertility testing, medication, and treatment. You may have deductibles to meet, coinsurance, copays, or all of the above. Your coverage may be through a different company for fertility medications. Secondly, all fertility treatments are based on infertility diagnosis and a specific patient’s needs.
Keep in mind, with newest success rates over 62 percent – that means 62 percent of patients will get pregnant from a single cycle of IVF (In Vitro fertilization). Make sure you refer to your individual plans and benefits to better understand your cost and payments.
Maybe you are a cash pay patient, or you’d like to better understand the cost of IVF (In Vitro fertilization). Below, you will find average cash pay costs (discount is included) and “ballpark” figures. Please always refer to your insurance plan, benefits, coverage, and remember that your individual fertility plan may be different based on your exact treatment needs.
The Reproductive Medicine Group offers two cash pay options: single cycle plans and multiple cycle plans with 100 percent money-back guarantee for those patients who qualify. Another option, to reduce costs or fund IVF (In Vitro fertilization) or other fertility treatments is to become a split donor or an egg donor. If a woman is 20-32 and qualifies to be an egg donor, she can go through our anonymous egg donation program and receive compensation of $4000 upon completion of a cycle.
IVF Prices & Cost Estimates at The Reproductive Medicine Group
The national average cost for a single cycle of IVF (In Vitro fertilization) is $12,400. At The Reproductive Medicine Group, our single cycle costs are priced considerably below the national average.
Many patients will get enough eggs (ooyctes) from a “fresh” IVF cycle to make multiple embryos. These embryos may be saved through embryo freezing, or embryo cryopreservation. The cost of embryos freezing is as much as $2500, but at The Reproduction Medicine Group, the price is approximately less than half the national average, and includes the first year of frozen storage cost. After the first year of embryo freezing, embryo storage costs several hundred per year, depending on the storage facility and the length of time the embryo is stored.
After a fresh cycle, subsequent Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET) are more affordable than the initial cycle. This is because a patient is only transferring those embryos, which are already made and have been stored, into her uterus. National average cost of Frozen Embryo Transfers (FET) is priced around $5000. At The Reproductive Medicine Group FET is at a savings of approximately 15% or more.
There is also the cost of medications, which is specific to each patient’s fertility needs and based on their infertility diagnosis and infertility factor(s). The cost varies based on the dosage, units, and duration of the stimulation of the ovaries. They typically cost from $3000 to $5000(national average price). Again, please make sure to check with your individual health care (insurance) plan about medication coverages, deductibles, and out of pocket prices. Many pharmaceutical companies offer discount programs, if you are able to qualify based on financial requirements.
There are other potential costs for IVF (In Vitro fertilization) that may or may not be needed or in some cases, elected. Those include ICSI which is priced at a national average cost of $1500. Another potential cost is PGS/PGD which is a biopsy of the embryo to look for various known genetic disorders. This costs on average around $5000, but at The Reproductive Medicine Group it is priced substantially less, by 20-50 percent.
Seeking a fertility specialist – a Reproductive Endocrinologist – is not a decision based on pricing, although finances are important to each patient. It is important to consider success rates, quality of care, and medical expertise in infertility testing, treatments, and surgery. Please review The Reproductive Medicine’s Group Success Rates for our clinic.
IVF Prices – please contact the RMG billing office at 813-676-8850
with any additional questions
At The Reproductive Medicine Group our financial and billing specialists are experienced in assisting you to navigate and understand your benefits so that you may understand the cost of fertility treatment out of pocket.
The Reproductive Medicine Group, with four locations in Central Florida, offers fair fertility clinic prices while providing best in class care. Call today at 813-914-7304 to make an appointment at our North Tampa, South Tampa, Clearwater, or Brandon offices, or click here to schedule an appointment.
Remember, over 70 percent of patients have coverage for their first visit.
As a result of our outstanding pregnancy rates, The Reproductive Medicine Group has been selected by IntegraMed as the only provider in the Tampa area to offer the new Attain IVF® Flex Plans, also known as the 3 plus program, offering 100% IVF Refund. The program allows qualifying couples to attempt up to 3 fresh IVF cycles and unlimited frozen embryo transfers for a flat fee paid to IntegraMed (medications purchased separately). If the program is unsuccessful, you may receive up to a 100% refund. The 100% refund program is also available for couples using donated eggs. According to IntegraMed’s statistics, 92% of couples completing the program have become parents. Please click here for an in depth look at the Attain IVF Flex Plan, the Attain IVF Refund Plan, and the Attain IVF Core Plan offered at The Reproductive Medicine Group for customers using their own eggs and using donor eggs.