In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a smart choice for many people suffering from infertility because it produces the highest success rates. If you're considering IVF, you should have an understanding the clinical process, costs involved, and the decisions involved in each type of IVF cycle, such as embryo testing and freezing options.
The basics of IVF are fairly straightforward. A woman's mature eggs are removed from the body and fertilized in a laboratory environment, where growth can be evaluated, pre-implantation testing (PGD/PGS) can be performed, and viable embryos can be selected for transfer into the mother's uterus for implantation and growth into a healthy bouncing baby girl or boy. When egg or sperm donors are used help the process, we refer to the process as Third Party Reproduction.
The cost of IVF can be very little if one has complete or even partial insurance coverage. We check your insurance and give you a courtesy call back prior to you even comingin for the first visit. This way, you are not worried about costs and can focus on the important part: getting pregnant. Don't worry if you only have partial coverage, no fertility benefits or are without insurance altogether.
Once you meet with Dr Morgan and have discussed the kind of IVF cycle you will undergo, you will be able to have a one-on-one meeting with our Financial Coordinator to discuss the costs of IVF. She will bring to bear everything we have at our disposal to help you afford IVF treatment. We offer exclusive in-house IVF discounts, payment plans, programs and financing options other practices do not.
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IVF is surprisingly simple, though it requires a high level of skill and experience to produce high success rates. Learn more.
Partial insurance coverage and self-pay patients will find that we offer discounts and assistance to IVF patients other practices do not. Learn more.
For over 20 years our success rates have been exceptionally high, due in no small part to our team of incredibly dedicated professionals. Learn more.
Many are unaware that there are many types of in vitro fertilization cycles to choose from depending on many factors. Learn more.