Parents with Baby imagePackage pricing can offer peace of mind by providing a single, set price for certain fertility services. Most of our package prices also offer “refund milestones,” which allow patients to recoup some costs if treatment plans are canceled.

Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Reproductive Medicine Center also participates in the Attain IVF program and the Attain IUI program.

Package pricing is available for the following treatments. All consultation services, diagnostic testing performed prior to the start of the cycle, and medications are not part of package pricing.

An insemination cycle involves at-home monitoring by an ovulation predictor kit and the insemination procedure at our facility. The cycle may be a natural cycle or may involve the use of oral medications like Clomid© or Letrozole© to stimulate egg development. The insemination may be with your partner’s sperm or an anonymous donor specimen purchased from an outside donor sperm bank.

Cost: $800.00

An intrauterine insemination with monitoring cycle involves the use of a monitoring ultrasound to verify follicle development, the insemination procedure, and an injection of a medication to induce ovulation, if recommended by your physician. If more than one ultrasound is necessary there is no additional charge. The cycle may be a natural cycle or may involve the use of oral medications like Clomid© or Letrozole© to stimulate egg development. If laboratory testing is requested by the physician for monitoring, it is included. All blood testing must be collected within our clinic or at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories on the main Froedtert Hospital campus. The insemination may be with your partner’s sperm or an anonymous donor specimen purchased from an outside donor sperm bank.

Cost: $1,300.00

IVF includes monitoring ultrasounds, monitoring blood tests, an egg retrieval procedure, anesthesia charges, IVF laboratory charges, embryo transfer fees, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and freezing of embryos. In addition the following services are also included if ordered by your physician: hespan medication for the prevention of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS), assisted hatching and extended culture of embryos. The sperm used for the IVF process may be from a fresh or frozen semen sample, testicular sperm sample or a donor specimen. All blood testing must be collected within our clinic or at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories on the main Froedtert campus. All other services must be performed through RMC.

The medications that are used for the IVF cycle are purchased from a specialty pharmacy and are not part of the package price. Medication cost ranges from $3,000 to $5,000 depending upon a patient’s individual response.

The start of the IVF cycle is considered the baseline ultrasound and the completion of the cycle is at the time of embryo transfer. Baseline ultrasounds that result in the delay of the start of the cycle will not be considered part of the IVF package price and may be submitted to your insurance. Complications that require additional services that are not part of the usual and customary charges related directly to the IVF Treatment Cycle are the financial responsibility of the patient and may be submitted to your insurance. There is no guarantee of payment by your insurance for submitted charges.

All consultation services and diagnostic testing performed prior to the start of the cycle are not part of the IVF package price. Charges related to sperm acquisition procedures are also not included.

Pregnancy testing and pregnancy ultrasounds are submitted to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Cost: $12,000.00

Cancelled Cycles
If cancelled prior to the egg retrieval procedure: $8,700.00 refund
If cancelled prior to the embryo transfer procedure: $1,550.00 refund

A cryopreserved embryo transfer cycle involves all monitoring ultrasounds, blood tests, IVF laboratory and embryo transfer fees. In addition, extended embryo culture and assisted hatching charges are included if ordered by your physician. All blood testing must be collected within our clinic or at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories on the main Froedtert campus. All other services must be performed through RMC.

The start of the cryo embryo transfer cycle is considered the baseline ultrasound and the completion of the cycle is at the time of embryo transfer. Baseline ultrasounds that result in the delay of the cycle will not be considered part of the package price. The ultrasound charge may be submitted to your insurance. Complications that require additional services that are not part of the usual and customary charges related directly to the cryo embryo transfer treatment cycle are the financial responsibility of the patient and may be submitted to your insurance. There is no guarantee of payment by your insurance for submitted charges.

All consultation services and diagnostic testing performed prior to the start of the cycle are not part of the package price.

Pregnancy testing and pregnancy ultrasounds are submitted to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Cost: $3,000.00

Cancelled Cycles
If cancelled prior to the embryo transfer procedure: $2,150.00 refund

Medications
The medications that are used for the cryo embryo transfer cycle are purchased from a specialty pharmacy and are not part of the package price. Medication cost varies based on dose and route, but may be up to $1,500.

Please contact the Reproductive Medicine Center for more details and current pricing.

Please contact the Reproductive Medicine Center for more details and current pricing.

Please contact the Reproductive Medicine Center for more details and current pricing.

Please contact the Reproductive Medicine Center for more details and current pricing.

Please contact the Reproductive Medicine Center for more details and current pricing.

Please contact the Reproductive Medicine Center for more details and current pricing.

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