I filled out the form on your website. Why didn’t I receive an email?
Some email providers mark our confirmation emails as spam or block them completely. You can check your spam folder to see if the email arrived there. If you are not able to find it there, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide us an alternate email where we can contact you, preferably avoiding Hotmail, Outlook, and Yahoo emails.
When should I consider a fertility specialist?
If you have one year trying to get pregnant without achieving it, or if you are over 35 years old and have been trying for at least 6 months, then it is really important for you to attend to a specialist. If you have already seen a specialist or have decided this is the best option for you, call us right away.
I want to do my in vitro fertilization cycle next month, when should I contact you?
We recommend contacting us by filling out the form located on our website us as soon as you have decided on the treatment. This way you have plenty of time to have all the tests done to see if you are a candidate for this procedure. If we confirm that we can accept you as a patient, we can select the date we begin the cycle according to your menstrual cycle.
Do you accept insurance, or offer payment options?
Unfortunately, we do not accept any type of insurance for IVF or provide any payment options. All fees must be paid in full at the beginning of the treatment.
My cycle was not successful, I want to try again asap, how long do I have to wait?
This varies on an individual basis, please call us to ask when you may cycle again. The cost for each additional cycle (provided you have left-over embryos) is only $2132 and it includes all medications and procedures associated with the treatment.
Are there any additional medical costs not mentioned or included in the treatment?
No. Medications and other procedures associated with the In Vitro Fertilization can easily lead to expenses of over $5000. Although fertility clinics typically do not include the costs, we have included the cost of all medications and procedures needed in the treatment.
My friend got pregnant using In Vitro Fertilization, and our situations are very similar. Why is my plan so different from hers?
There are many factors that go into the doctor’s decision of which plan to use. Even for those the same age, and with the same primary diagnosis there may be other significant factors that direct your physician to develop a plan tailored to you. Keep in mind too that as advances in In Vitro Fertilization are made, protocols change and may improve your chance for success.
How long is the complete treatment, when can I return home?
The treatment itself is about 21 (twenty one) days to complete, after which you can return home while we provide telephone monitoring.