Egg Freezing Cost and Finance
There are several components when considering the overall cost of egg freezing. Blood tests are required to determine your suitability and the proper medication dose.
The estimated cost for pre-screening is $325. (Additional pre-testing may be required depending on a woman’s general health). The estimated medication cost to stimulate the ovaries is $2,000 – $4,000 depending on the patient’s age and health.
The Frozen Egg Bank Experience
As one of the pioneers in egg freezing since the year 2000, we offer a Single Cycle of Egg Freezing at a cost of $7,000 and a Two Cycle Package for $10,800
. This fee includes all of the following…
- Office visits during your stimulation
- Pelvic ultrasounds during stimulation
- Estrogen blood tests during stimulation
- Anesthesia by a Certified Physician
- Egg retrieval by Dr. David Diaz
- Surgical suite fee and supplies
- Laboratory Fees: Processing, Handling, Equilibration, Freezing Eggs
- Cryopreservation storage for 6 months
(Compare our price to other less experienced programs that charge the national price range of up to $12,000 with added costs for pre-testing, medication cost and storage fees.)
Depending on the woman’s age and health, approximately 6 – 25 eggs can be harvested per freezing cycle. Since no one has all normal mature eggs, our goal is to harvest the greatest number of eggs SAFELY without over stimulating the ovaries. The larger the number of eggs that can be harvested, the more likely some eggs will survive the freezing and thawing process. Usually, a woman will need to thaw 6 to 8 frozen eggs per successful pregnancy cycle.
Financing your egg freezing procedure can be arranged through one of our partner financial companies. Please contact our business office to obtain more information: 714-513-1399.
Given our experience, reputation and dedication to egg freezing for fertility preservation for over 12 years, we are able to offer egg freezing to our patients at a lower price. In 2011, the great success of our frozen egg pregnancy program led Dr. David Diaz to host the world’s first reunion of babies born from frozen eggs in Orange County, California.