How Much Do Fertility Treatments Cost?
Depending on your specific needs we will create a personalized treatment plan.
Pregnancy can be expensive, and those costs only go up when you need additional fertility treatments. It can be daunting to face the potential price-tag of these treatments, and for many families these concerns may cause them to delay their plans to get pregnant even further.
At Laurel Fertility Care, we believe finances should never get in the way of building your dream family.
We have various options that make realizing your dream of starting a family possible. We believe a patient should only get the treatment that fits them, and for that reason we have structured our pricing in the form of a la carte services. If you only need a cycle of Mini IVF, that’s all we will prescribe. If you and your partner need to undergo multiple IVF procedures with a semen analysis and clomid, we will give you an honest assessment of those treatments and the cost. You will never pay extra for services you don’t need. After meeting with one of our physicians, we can custom engineer a program especially for you and your family.
“Okay, we want to start a family but it’s expensive. How do we pay for it?”
This is a common question we get asked by many patients and many are surprised to learn there are options to help pay for treatment. We are happy to offer a number of options to fit your family situation. Our patient financing services for all fertility treatment options have competitive rates, and our Finance Specialist will guide you through the process of selecting the right financing package for you. These programs are designed to eliminate the obstacles to achieving your dream of having a family, through easily affordable loan programs.
While we will work with you choose the best treatments that fit within your budget, we also have several resources you may be able to use to make your fertility treatments more affordable. Below we’ve outlined available options that make realizing your dream of starting a family possible, including: Contracted Insurance, Financial Alternatives, and Suggested Pharmacies.