The cost of IVF treatment will vary greatly depending on a number of factors, which means that it can be difficult to work out exactly what it will cost until you’ve done a little research.
The factors that affect IVF cost include:
♦ The country in which the treatment will take place
♦ The clinic that you choose
♦ The type of treatment required
One of the main issues that increases IVF cost is that even in the world’s best fertility clinics, IVF treatment is only around 45% successful. This means that several cycles of treatment may be required.
The very cheapest options are very affordable, and come in at less than £2000. This includes the more simple procedures such as intracytoplasmic sperm injection. In countries such as Latvia, Hungary and Turkey, IVF cost can be as low as £1600, and ICSI is unlikely to cost more than £3200 anywhere in the world.
At the other end of the scale, in the United States, IVF treatment can cost upwards of £5000. This is clearly an expensive option, but the US tends to boast the best fertility clinics in the world, meaning treatment there could prove cost effective.
Our site can help you determine the best option for treatment.
It’s very important to know that the treatment cost you see may not include certain other additions, which can add hundreds to the bill. This might include:
♦ Assisted hatching
♦ Egg donation
♦ Sperm donation
♦ Surgical sperm retrieval
The best way of finding out the cost of IVF is to get an all-inclusive quote, so that you know exactly how much everything is going to be. We provide a fantastic database of clinics, including contact details so that you can get a quote, and stop wondering ‘how much does IVF cost?’