When the decision is made to pursue IVF with donor eggs, many choose frozen donor eggs as a more cost-effective choice over fresh donor eggs. But a donor egg IVF cycle can still be costly, and health insurance options for donor egg treatments remain limited. We’ve compiled some important information about Fairfax EggBank costs, frozen donor egg financing options, tips you may not have considered, and resources you may not have known were available. Donor egg IVF using frozen donor eggs can be more accessible.
Here at Fairfax EggBank, our pricing is simple and straightforward with no hidden fees or unexpected costs. A standard cohort of donor eggs costs $18,500+ shipping. We offer multiple financing options to provide more intended parents the opportunity to grow their families. In addition, we offer an embryo development guarantee, giving eligible clients a free replacement of donor eggs if the first set of donor eggs did not meet our quality-standard criteria.
We also offer a Military Discount ($690 in savings): We support our military members and veterans building families by offering free shipping.
In addition, we offer a 3-Cohort Bundle (18-24 oocytes): $52,500, plus shipping. A one-time purchase of 3 cohorts is available at a special price, a savings of $3,000. The Fairfax EggBank Embryo Development Guarantee applies to each cohort, so there is a 3-embryo guarantee with this option.
For those who wish to break out payments over time, there are three financing options available:
Other finance companies also offer fertility financing, but do your homework: some plans do not support the use of frozen donor eggs. RESOLVE, the national infertility association, has a roundup of other financing options, including special programs for veterans suffering from infertility.
If you followed our blog series, Trisha’s Journey, you’ll know that crowdfunding can serve as a creative way to gather support from your friends, family, and even strangers. Trisha raised nearly $10,000 using GoFundMe – she even printed postcards and sent them to celebrities. There are many people who have gone through similar experiences and/or can empathize with those experiencing infertility, and are eagerly looking to help strangers in need. If you are open to sharing your story, then crowdfunding can potentially help you finance your treatment.
Another exciting crowdfunding option is a gift registry service, such as Deposit a Gift. You might think that a gift registry is only for china patterns and chafing dishes. But today, registries extend beyond weddings and babies, and can even extend towards those needing support to finance fertility treatment. With a personalized website, you can share your experience with family and friends and give them an opportunity to provide you with financial and emotional support.
We also encourage you to search for grants that help support select patients finance their fertility treatment. Here’s a rundown of several foundations and nonprofits that offer grants or scholarships:
If you’re on the quest to achieve a pregnancy, it’s worth exploring other financial options that might be available:
With thought, planning, and creativity, IVF using frozen donor eggs can be affordable.
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