Egg Freezing Cost

Flexible egg freezing cost packages

One of the first questions we get from women considering freezing their eggs is, “How much does it cost?” Because we wish to make fertility preservation accessible for everyone who needs it, we are committed to keeping our egg freezing cost as low as possible, offering flexible options to fit your budget.

Our Manhattan fertility center has a flexible egg freezing cost schedule that allows you to pre-pay for one to three cycles up-front, for one low cost.

  • $6,500 for one cycle
  • $11,500 for two cycle
  • $17,000 for three cycles

It’s important to keep in mind that when it’s time to thaw your eggs, it’s possible that not all of them will successfully fertilize and grow into quality embryos. The more eggs you bank, the better the odds that you will have enough viable embryos to transfer when you are ready. Many women choose the multiple-cycle option to increase their chances of having one or more children later in life.

A deposit of $2,000 will be due when you decide to move forward with treatment, and you will be billed for the full amount before treatment begins. You must choose the multiple-cycle option up-front to access the discounted pricing and minimize your per-cycle egg freezing cost. We encourage you to think carefully about your family-building goals, as no discounts can be offered for additional cycles once your first cycle begins.

What’s included in our egg freezing cost

Our low egg freezing cost includes all of your visits and lab work, as well as many other factors necessary for a successful egg freezing cycle.

  • Monitoring during multiple office visits before retrieval
  • Medication coaching
  • Administration and facility fees
  • Blood draws and laboratory testing
  • Ultrasounds
  • Specimen handling
  • Physician fees
  • Egg retrieval, including ultrasound guidance, follicle puncture and oocyte identification from follicular fluid
  • Progesterone shot after retrieval, including administration of this injection

Our egg freezing cost also includes vitrification of up to 12 eggs, with three eggs frozen in each of four straws. Should more than 12 eggs be retrieved, additional straws of three eggs will be frozen at a cost of $1,000 per straw.

Please note that certain additional costs, including those paid to other providers, will be charged separately from your base egg freezing cost.

  • Anesthesia for egg retrieval: $600
  • Medication purchased directly from the IVF pharmacy: $3,000 to $7,000
  • Transabdominal egg retrieval, if transvaginal aspiration is not possible: $1,000

Ask us about egg freezing

You can choose to immediately transfer your eggs to a long-term storage facility or request that they be stored by our Manhattan fertility center. Our cost for the first year of storage is $750, or $1,250 if you elect to store your eggs for up to two years. Each month thereafter will be billed at $100.

Many women choose to store their eggs off-site at ReproTech, which charges $275 a year, $490 for two years, or $705 for three years. Four- to 10-year storage plans offer additional discounts. A $200 handling fee, paid to our Manhattan fertility center, covers the transfer of your eggs to a shipping tank, as well as all necessary documentation. Shipping of your eggs is free.

To learn more about egg freezing costs, contact our Manhattan fertility center to schedule a consultation.