Cryopreserved (Frozen) Embryo Cycle
A frozen embryo cycle is a cycle in which previously cryopreserved (frozen) embryo(s) are thawed. The embryo(s) are then transferred to the intended parent in hopes of achieving a pregnancy. In general, success rates with frozen cycles are similar to success rates with fresh IVF cycles.
What is the cost?
The cost is $3,500
What is included in the single cycle donor egg plan?
- One frozen embryo transfer cycle.
- Mock transfer, if needed.
- Stimulation monitoring including blood work and ultrasounds to evaluate.
- Thawing and transfering of the embryo(s).
What is not included in the single cycle plan?
Any testing or work up for infertility that is done in order to get ready for the frozen embryo cycle including prenatal and infectious disease testing.
Any test or treatment that is done after the embryo transfer including pregnancy testing and pregnancy ultrasounds.
GET STARTED TODAY
To learn if embryo cryopreservation is right for you, contact the Advanced Reproductive Center. To schedule an appointment call us at 815-229-1700, or fill out the form below and we will contact you.