A single egg-freezing cycle costs from $6000 to $10,000 and includes initial tests, injections, and retrieval surgery.
Afterward, you’ll be charged an additional annual storage fee to keep the eggs viable.
If you choose to use the eggs—thaw, fertilize, and transplant them—it can cost up to $18,000 to get pregnant.
Is freezing your eggs covered by insurance?
Egg freezing is not usually covered by insurance, so women must typically pay for it themselves, Vitek said. For IVF (with either frozen or fresh eggs), insurance coverage varies, with some companies paying for almost all costs for procedures and medications, and others not covering any costs.
How much does it cost to freeze your eggs 2018?
A single cycle of egg freezing starts at about $5,000 to $8,000. To get a viable number of eggs, some women need to undergo multiple rounds, paying double, or even triple, that price.
What is the best age to freeze your eggs?
However, the average age at which women freeze their eggs is around 37, with many women freezing their eggs in their late 30s and early 40s. For the best chance of success at a live birth in the future, it is best to freeze your eggs before you are 36.
Is it free to freeze your eggs?
There are no guarantees. Egg freezing is just one part of the process. Many eggs won’t survive the freezing and thawing or be in a good enough condition to be fertilised once thawed.
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