Single Cycle Donor Egg IVF Programs


Single Donor Egg Cycle
  • The recipient is matched to an anonymous donor who undergoes a fresh IVF cycle
  • All eggs produced during the cycle are inseminated to create embryos for the recipient
  • Embryos are selected for transfer to the recipient
  • Any remaining good quality embryos may be frozen
  • The patient may choose to freeze a portion of the oocytes rather than inseminate all of them
  • Benefits and Considerations
  • The recipient can file for insurance reimbursement for part of the retrieval and transfer, if she has donor coverage
  • There is a higher likelihood than that of other single cycle donor egg programs to have excess embryos to freeze for future frozen IVF cycles
Cost
Fees are typical, but may vary
Please contact your physician for more information
  • Virginia IVF cycle fee, ICSI additional if needed
  • $6,940
  • Donor fee
  • 10,500
  • Physician's fee, may vary
  • 3,000
  • Medications, may vary
  • 3,500
    Typical Cost* $23,940

Select Single Donor Egg Cycle
  • The recipient is matched to an anonymous donor who undergoes a fresh IVF cycle
  • Up to 10 eggs produced during the cycle are inseminated to create embryos
  • Any remaining eggs produced during the cycle go to the donor egg bank
  • Embryos are selected for transfer to the recipient
  • Any remaining good quality embryos may be frozen
  • Benefits and Considerations
  • The recipient can file for insurance reimbursement for part of the retrieval and transfer, if she has donor coverage
  • The number of embryos created can be no more than 10, but there is still some potential to have embryos to freeze for future frozen IVF cycles
Cost
Fees are typical, but may vary
Please contact your physician for more information
  • Virginia IVF cycle fee, ICSI additional if needed
  • $6,940
  • Donor fee
  • 5,500
  • Physician's fee, may vary
  • 3,000
  • Medications, may vary
  • 3,500
    Typical Cost* $18,940

Frozen Single Donor Egg Cycle
  • The recipient chooses 8 eggs from those frozen from an anonymous donor IVF cycle
  • Eggs are thawed and inseminated to create embryos
  • Embryos are selected for transfer to the recipient
  • Any remaining good quality embryos may be frozen
  • Benefits and Considerations
  • The recipient can file for insurance reimbursement for the transfer only, if she has coverage
  • There is a possibility that some of the 8 eggs will not survive the thawing process
  • The number of embryos created can be no more than 8; patients should not plan to have good quality embryos to freeze for future frozen IVF cycles. It is possible, but not highly likely
  • The recipient may be able to undergo IVF more quickly since the eggs are immediately available
  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is always used as the fertilization method
Cost
Fees are typical, but may vary
Please contact your physician for more information
  • Virginia IVF cycle fee, including ICSI
  • $6,940
  • Donor fee
  • 5,000
  • Donor egg fee**
  • 3,000
  • Physician's fee, may vary
  • 1,000
  • Medications, may vary
  • 500
    Typical Cost* $16,440
** The Donor egg fee is a portion of the costs incurred to obtain the frozen eggs.

Additional Services Not Included in the Above Cycle Prices
  • Virginia IVF additional cost for ICSI, if needed
  • $1,900
  • Thawing of sperm
  • 60
  • Additional charge for preparing sperm from a testicular biopsy
  • 235
  • Embryo or Oocyte cryopreservation
  • 1,000
  • Storage fee for embryos per year
  • 420
  • FDA paperwork and review for frozen donor sperm
  • 50
  • FDA paperwork and review for a gestational carrier
  • 250
  • Diagnostic Testing and Laboratory Services
  • varies
  • FDA Laboratory services when using a gestational carrier or donor sperm
  • varies

*Total cost varies based on the medication required, how many cycles are performed, and whether any additional services (such as a gestational carrier, donor sperm, anesthesia for an embryo transfer, etc…) are selected. Your physician's financial representative will help you determine your total costs. All prices noted are subject to change. November 2016.

Note: Anesthesia services are required for egg retrieval and are provided by an Anesthesia contractor. Separate payment will need to be made to this provider. Cost will be no more than $500 per procedure.