Fertility Center of Maryland - Dr. Santiago L. Padilla and Dr. Katherine M. Bass
 


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EGG FREEZING COSTS

 

The recommended number of eggs to freeze rises with age.

For a woman 37 years old or younger we recommend freezing at least 15 eggs. For women 38 and older, we recommend at least 20 eggs. Normally, women produce an average of 8-10 mature eggs per stimulated cycle. Most times we recommend to do two egg freezing cycles to improve the possibility of having a child with these eggs.

 

COST:

1.  
Initial consultation and ovarian reserve testing at the Fertility Center of Maryland (FCM) is frequently covered by our participating insurance companies. If paying out of pocket, the cost is $300.

2.  
Discount global fee egg freezing program.

a) The first cycle: $6,500

b) Second cycle: $5,500

c) Third or fourth cycle: $5,000

3.  
15 For My Future Patient Refund Program:
Patients with good ovarian reserve can freeze their eggs for $10,000 for up to 2 cycles or 15 frozen mature eggs, whatever comes first. If the patient has 15 mature eggs frozen in the first cycle or decides to do only one egg freezing cycle, we will refund $2,500. If 2 or more cycles are done, there will not be a refund.

4.  
20 For My Future Patient Refund Program:
Patients with good ovarian reserve can freeze their eggs for $11,500 for up to 4 cycles or 20 frozen mature eggs, whatever comes first. If the patient has 20 mature eggs frozen in the first cycle or decides to do only one egg freezing cycle, we will refund $4,000. If 2 or more cycles are done, there will not be a refund.

5.  
The global fee and patient refund programs cycles include monitoring blood work and ultrasound appointments at FCM from the beginning of the stimulation until egg retrieval, the egg retrieval, the egg freezing and the first year of storage. These programs do not include outside laboratory tests, medication costs or hospital fees, if necessary. Outside laboratory tests are usually covered by insurance (approximately $300 if no coverage). Medication costs will vary from $2,500 to $4,500 based on ovarian reserve and insurance benefits. We strongly advise to have hospitalization insurance although the need for hospitalization is extremely rare.

Note: These costs are subject to change without notice.

 

 
 
 
     
 

 

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110 West Road Suite 102
Towson, Maryland 21204
Phone: 410-296-6400

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