In India fertility treatment has made significant progress. However, that does not come without a price. The cycle for IVF with donor eggs averages $30,000. if you are working with an egg donor, egg donor agency and an IVF clinic- $30,000 is about what you should anticipate. \nSo, what can you do to reduce this cost?
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fertility treatment in India has made significant progress. However, that does not come without a price. The cycle for IVF with donor eggs around 1.5 Lakh (4000USD). Many clinics do offer multi-cycle programs at a discount, but, if you are working with an egg donor, egg donor agency and an IVF clinic - 1.5 Lakh (4000USD) is about what you should anticipate.
So, what can you do to reduce IVF Cost?
A simple internet search for "affordable egg donor IVF" will populate millions of articles, but what you want to focus on are the options that will make your dream of parenthood come true - and not those that might scam you. Be careful with what you pursue, but don't be afraid to pursue all the credible avenues.
In this method, either an anonymous or chosen egg donor are possibilities. You can then share this donor's eggs with another IVF patient. Essentially, the results are in the title of the procedure: figure you will save half overall- but remember, you will only receive half of the eggs retrieved.
Cryogenically frozen eggs are now gaining popularity. Although this is still considered a relatively new option, early data is showing pregnancy rates comparable to fresh eggs. Clinics all over have various options for clients. The most common is a "lot" of 8 frozen eggs for $16,500; however clinics are catching on quick and starting to offer "split/shared frozen eggs," too. Remember, it just takes one!
Perhaps the least expensive option of all- a "no fee donor" - involves asking a sister, cousin, friend to donate her eggs to you (or even advertising for an "altruistic egg donor"). This could potentially save you $20,000.
This is the least likely to occur for essentially every patient, but occasionally, clinics offer a grant, or even one free cycle, to a lucky patient. Additionally, there are a handful of organizations that offer financial assistance for IVF treatments.
Numerous countries around the world offer egg donation IVF cycles to foreign patients with in most cases huge cost savings. Again, an internet search can provide more information on country options, including Czech Republic, South Africa, Spain, Greece, Peoples Republic of Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Thailand, Guatemala, Mexico, Barbados, Panama, Brazil, Uganda, and India. The average cycle total ranges from USD $3,400 to $11,100, internationally - much cheaper than the US range.