Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. has been a pioneer in the science of egg freezing since the year 2000. Given our experience and success rates in egg freezing, we are able to offer our patients the most affordable price for egg freezing at $7,000 compared to other less experienced egg freezing facilities who offer egg freezing at up to $12,000.

Our $7,000 egg freezing fee includes: office visits, pelvic ultrasounds and estrogen blood tests during stimulation; anesthesia and egg retrieval by physicians; surgical suite and laboratory fees; and egg cryopreservation for 6 months.

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Typically, with most egg freezing centers, there is a separate fee for the initial consultation with the egg freezing specialist directly. Pre-testing fees are also separate along with medication costs to stimulate the ovaries. At Frozen Egg Bank, our initial egg freezing consultation fee is $325 along with the full panel pre-testing cost of $880. The estimated medication cost varies between $2,000 – $4,000 depending on the patient’s health and age. Each patient may require additional testing if deemed medically needed. Additional egg cryopreservation storage fees run at $275 per year.

Our goal at Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. is to harvest the greatest number of eggs safely without over-stimulating the ovaries which often equates to 6 – 25 eggs harvested per freezing cycle depending on the woman’s age and health. The larger the number of eggs that can be harvested, the more chances those eggs can survive the freezing and thawing process. Of course, we want the strongest and most viable eggs and, usually, a woman will need to thaw 6 to 8 frozen eggs per successful pregnancy attempt.

The Medical Director at Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. is David Diaz, MD, FACOG. Dr. Diaz is one of the country’s foremost authorities on the science and process of egg freezing. His egg freezing success rates have been celebrated at the world’s first ever reunion of frozen egg babies.

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