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What Is the Egg Freezing Process?
As with anyone wishing to undergo IVF, the process of fertility preservation begins with a consultation with Drs. Zoneraich or Larsen. Once the consultation is complete, the doctor will proceed with a similar diagnostic evaluation as would be required of any woman wishing to undergo IVF with some few exceptions. Once the diagnostic evaluation is completed confirming a woman’s eligibility based on ovarian reserve testing, the patient will then undergo the IVF stimulation process up to and including the egg retrieval. After the eggs are retrieved, the IVF laboratory will vitrify and store them for the patient’s future use. The entire process from screening to freezing will usually occur within two months from initial consultation.
Egg Freezing Costs
The cost for egg freezing (fertility preservation) takes into account that no embryo transfer is performed. However, the techniques and supplies needed to vitrify eggs in the laboratory do add a great deal of embryologist time and expense to the process. The price of IVF with oocyte vitrification for fertility preservation is $6,500 not including the cost of medication, however, this may be subject to change in the future. See the complete price list for fertility preservation and egg freezing.