The following must be completed prior to or at your logistics class

Payment

In order to proceed with your egg freezing cycle, you’ll also have to pay in full—via cash, check, credit card, or finance plan—before or at the time of your logistics appointment.

Cost

  • Egg freezing cycle: $6,500
  • Long-term storage: $600 per year

Payment for medications will be due to the pharmacy closer to the start of your cycle.

Financing

The cycle, long-term storage, and medications can be financed for an easy monthly payment. Please complete an application through the following link prior to your logistics visit: extendfertility.com/pricing/financing

Insurance coverage

Patients occasionally have medication coverage through their insurance provider. If you are interested in having our financial advisor check to see if you have coverage, please let us know at least one week prior to your logistics visit.

Pharmacy Discount Programs

Medications are often out-of-pocket expenses, but some pharmacies offer discount programs for qualifying patients. The applications are simple and can be completed online for discounts of up to 75% off two of the medications used during egg freezing.

Screening tests

The following tests must be completed before the start of your egg freezing cycle. If you are getting your testing done elsewhere (such as at your OB/GYN or primary care doctor) and/or sending in results, please send over prior to your logistics visit to avoid retesting.

If any of these tests have not been completed, we will perform them at your logistics visit, and the blood work will be sent to a lab that’s in-network with your insurance. The lab will bill your insurance, and then bill you for anything that insurance does not cover.

  • Complete blood count (CBC)
  • Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
  • A complete sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening, including the following (all are blood tests except where noted):
    • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
    • Hepatitis C Antibody
    • HIV I and II
    • Gonorrhea and chlamydia (either a urine test or a cervical swab)
    • Syphilis (RPR or VDRL)