Cost is a major barrier for IVF treatment. That is why we offer all-inclusive IVF with ICSI for $11,800 per cycle and, if needed, the third cycle is free.
Designed to allow the highest possible pregnancy rates and lowest risk of miscarriage by selecting an embryo with normal chromosomes for transfer.
EGG Assist enables you to become the biological mother of your child even if you cannot produce or use your own eggs.
When you have decided donor eggs is the right choice for you, you can use your own egg donor, or you can purchase frozen eggs. If you opt to secure a frozen donor egg, we offer Frozen EGG Assist.
When using health insurance, our staff is here to walk you through your coverage.
We offer new fertility financing options for patients undergoing infertility treatment with our partnership with CapexMD.
FAQs about Affording Fertility Treatment
What states provide insurance coverage for fertility treatments?
Currently, 15 states in the U.S. have laws mandating that infertility treatments are covered by insurance coverage, and two states require that insurers offer coverage for infertility treatments. As of spring 2022, Maine requires insurance coverage for fertility treatments.
How much does IVF cost?
At Fertility Centers of New England, we believe in having straightforward conversations about infertility treatment costs. This is crucial as healthcare costs rise across the board in the United States. At our centers, IVF treatments start at $11,800, which is among the most competitive pricing in New England.
When starting treatment with us, our experienced staff will work with you to determine what financial options work best for you, whether that be insurance or financing.
Do you have more information about affording infertility treatments?
Yes. At Fertility Centers of New England, we believe that infertility treatment should be accessible to everyone, which is why we’ve put together a free guide on how to navigate the cost of infertility treatments, which you can find here.
What are the costs involved in egg freezing?
At Fertility Centers of New England, egg freezing starts at $6,000 per cycle (medications are not included). This is one of the most competitive costs in the region.