IVF With Frozen Donor Egg Cost
The cost of Frozen Donor Egg IVF treatment at Bay IVF is $11,910. This does not include the cost of frozen eggs purchased from an egg bank.
Since it is expected that not all eggs will thaw, fertilize, and develop normally, egg banks sell frozen eggs in cohorts of 5-8 eggs. Such a cohort will hopefully produce some good quality embryos suitable for transfer.
The cost of frozen eggs varies among egg banks, but you should expect to spend between $1,500 and $2,500 or more per egg.
Services covered in Frozen Donor Egg IVF fee
- Thawing of cryopreserved eggs
- Preparation of semen sample(s)
- Insemination of eggs (ICSI procedure)
- Embryo coculture with granulosa cells, including an extended culture of embryos.
- Embryo cryopreservation (vitrification)
Please note that the Frozen Donor Egg cost does not cover treatment medications (charged by a pharmacy), pre-treatment screening evaluation, laboratory testing required by the State of California, and subsequent Frozen Embryo Transfer procedure(s).
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Please use the following links for additional information about Frozen Donor Egg IVF and to schedule a consultation.
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