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Egg Freezing Cost

We want to revolutionize the way people think about egg freezing. That’s why we’ve revolutionized the cost.

We offer the highest quality egg freezing at dramatically lower prices than generic infertility clinics—with no surprises.

Because egg freezing is all we do, we can do it for less. Like, over 50% less—with no hidden clinical exclusions and the option for an easy monthly payment. Think of it as “egg freezing for all.” Isn’t the future amazing?

Learn more about how we’re making egg freezing more affordable.

Plus, we’re committed to pricing transparency. Some clinics give you an estimate that doesn’t include necessities like anesthesia or your initial consultation, leading to unpleasant surprises down the line. We spell out exactly what our egg freezing cost includes (anesthesia, yay!) and don’t (like medications and long-term frozen egg storage) right from the beginning, so we’ll always be on the same page.

Egg freezing costs at Extend Fertility

Your first cycle: $4,750
or as low as $97 per month**

Your first cycle with Extend Fertility will cost less than 50% the national average.* (This price doesn’t include medication or frozen egg storage.)

Additional cycles: $4,000
or as low as $82 per month**

Some women need multiple egg freezing cycles to reach their goal. We make it easy by offering an even lower price for additional cycles after the first.

*The national average egg freezing cost is $11,000 per cycle, according to a
 2017 report by FertilityIQ.com. Get more information on the average cost of egg freezing.

**With approved financing. Read more about our egg freezing financing options.

“How many egg freezing cycles will I need?”

The primary factor in your egg freezing cost is how many cycles you complete. Together with your doctor, you’ll set a target for a number of eggs that’s based on your age, health, and family goals (such as how large you’d like your family to be). Your doctor can predict how many cycles you might need to achieve this goal, based on your age and the results of your fertility assessment, but the most meaningful source of data is the results of your first cycle. If you decide to do additional cycles to meet your goal, they’ll be less expensive than your first.

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The not-so-fine print

  • Frozen egg storage is not included in your package price. We offer a one-year storage plan for $450, as well as three, five and ten year plans at discounted rates for up to 65% less than the national average price. Learn more about egg freezing storage plans.
  • Your package price doesn’t include the cost of hormone medications purchased from a pharmacy. These medications will cost about $2,000–$5,000 if they’re not covered by your health insurance. Our team will help you estimate the amount of medication you’ll need so you can calculate your overall egg freezing cost.
  • You’ll also need a blood screening tests to ensure you're in good health to start the egg freezing process. These tests aren't included in your egg freezing cost, but are usually covered by insurance. Learn more about insurance and egg freezing.
  • The monthly payments included in this table are just an estimate. Your monthly payments will be determined once you apply for a payment plan, based on your total egg freezing costs, personal credit, and the terms you choose. See your payment plan options.

Egg freezing cost details

What’s free for everyone
  • A fertility assessment visit, which includes a baseline sonogram.
  • A private consultation with one of our reproductive endocrinologists. The fertility assessment, sonogram, and consultation can cost $500–$1000 at many fertility clinics.
What’s included in your egg freezing cost
  • A logistics visit with one of our nurses to ensure you’re fully informed and prepared for your egg freezing cycle, including hands-on training on administering your medications.
  • Ongoing monitoring visits for blood tests and ultrasounds during your cycle.
  • The egg retrieval procedure, including anesthesia.
  • Vitrification (the freezing process).

Learning more about egg freezing should be chill.

Excuse the pun. We just want you to get all the information you need to make a smart decision about your fertility future in a no-pressure environment, without a big investment. That’s why we offer a free fertility assessment and consultation with one of our reproductive endocrinologists, regardless of whether or not you ultimately decide to freeze your eggs.


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