“In-vitro-fertilization (IVF) is often not covered by health insurance, and yet the cost of IVF is actually very comparable to other types of medical services.” ~ Dr. David Adamson
The cost of in-vitro-fertilization (IVF) can deter many couples and individuals from seeking it as a treatment option for infertility. In this video, Dr. David Adamson, Stanford-trained board certified fertility specialist and founder of Advanced Reproductive Care (ARC) explains the average cost of IVF. Learn:
- What the average cost of a single IVF cycle is
- The cost for the fertility drugs doctors use to stimulate the ovaries during each cycle
- The cost of additional services such as sperm injection or embryo freezing for use in subsequent cycles
- How ARC treatment packages can help reduce the cost of IVF cycles through the ARC Success Program and the ARC Pharmacy Plan
Dr. Adamson is a teacher at Stanford Medical School and fertility expert for the World Health Organization (WHO). Learn more about infertility and its treatments from Dr. Adamson in the video, Advice to Couples Trying to Conceive.