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IVF Phoenix fertility treatment costs

IVF Phoenix fertility treatment costs

  1. <span  class="bbp-author-name">Misty</span>


    I’m scheduling an appointment at IVF Phoenix and looking for experience with or opinions about this center.

    How much did you pay for your IVF cycle in total? The page states that a normal IVF cycle with fresh embryo transfer is $5,500 excluding anesthesia, fertility medication, and other complementary techniques. How much more should I approximately calculate to get a better idea? Also, my health care insurance provider is Aetna. Does anyone know if the center collaborates with this provider? If not, I’d need to look for centers that offers financing options.

    05/08/2020 at 3:23 pm
  2. Hi Misty,

    due to my tubal blockage, I had to opt for IVF at IVF Phoenix. I had one IVF cycle that cost me approximately 16,000$ in total. Don’t underestimate the costs for fertility medications which can be as much as &5,000 or even more.

    05/12/2020 at 11:00 am
  3. Hello Misty,

    in vitro fertilization (IVF) is a fertility treatment that costs between $10,000 and $15,000. However, you have to keep in mind that this budget vary from clinic to clinic in which it will be carried out, the included services, etc. Besides, the necessary hormonal medication for ovarian stimulation is usually not included, which is considered an extra cost of up to $7,000.

    Apart from this, most of the fertility centers assist their patients in financing fertility treatments and therefore do not only collaborate with major insurance companies but also offer discounts or fertility financing programs. This also applies to IVF Phoenix. Have a look at their clinic profile in order to get an idea about their offered fertility treatments and their respective costs: IVF Phoenix Clinic Overview.

    Not only the financial aspect is important but also to feel comfortable when going to your fertility clinic. Therefore, we from inviTRA always recommend you to visit at least 2 or more fertility centers in your area to compare your impression of each one. Here, you’ll find an overview of fertility centers in Arizona that also offer fertility financing programs, among other things: Fertility clinics in Arizona.

    05/15/2020 at 10:40 am