Will My Insurance Cover Egg Retrieval?

Dr. Randy Morris

Will My Insurance Cover Egg Retrieval?

Dr. Randy Morris

The cost of egg retrieval is included in the fee charged for In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Egg retrieval is the second of a five step IVF procedure.

  1. Stimulation of the growth and development of multiple eggs within the ovaries
  2. Removal of the eggs – Egg Retrieval
  3. Fertilization of the eggs with sperm in a laboratory setting – In Vitro
  4. Embryo culture allowing the fertilized eggs to grow and develop into embryos
  5. Placement of the embryos into the woman’s uterus – Embryo Transfer

Egg Retrieval Cost

The IVF procedure is a very specialized infertility treatment and it is also costly. IVF – including Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) – at IVF1 is approximately $25,000, and this includes the surgical egg retrieval cost.Costs for infertility treatment are initially daunting to even the most financially sound patients – whether or not you have insurance coverage for IVF. Infertility insurance coverage counseling is available to you throughout your IVF treatment at IVF1. The insurance experts at IVF1 will help you maximize your insurance coverage for IVF treatment.

Egg Retrieval Insurance Coverage

Every insurance carrier offers a variety of policies that may – or may not – cover IVF treatment. A particular brand of insurance is not indicative of IVF coverage. The good news is that nearly every major medical insurance provider does offer some type of infertility treatment coverage. IVF1 accepts the following insurance plans covering the cost of infertility treatment:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield POS
  • HMO Illinois
  • Blue Advantage HMO
  • Aetna
  • United Health Care HMO
  • United Health Care PPO
  • United Health Care POS
  • United Resources Network
  • PHCS
  • Private Indemnity
  • And many more . . .

Affordable IVF – Egg Retrieval – Payment Plans and Financing

If you are searching for affordable IVF – egg retrieval – treatment, IVF1 can help you manage costs within your individual budget needs.

  • The cost of infertility treatments at IVF1 are made affordable in order to reduce your financial stress and increase your chances of becoming a parent.
  • IVF1 infertility treatment plans are focused on providing each patient with the greatest chance of achieving pregnancy.
  • IVF1 extends Infertility Payment Plans so that you can spread the cost of paying for your treatment over time.
  • IVF1 accepts healthcare financing through Prosper Healthcare Lending.
  • IVF1’s staff is well-versed in insurance coverage, processing, payment, and reimbursement protocol.

IVF – Egg Retrieval – Insurance Coverage

The experts at IVF1 strive to ensure every IVF patient is afforded all coverage available through their health care insurance policy. IVF1 maintains a strict policy of appealing infertility treatment coverage denials by insurance companies in cases where it is believed that the patient is being wrongfully denied coverage.Click the icon below to download your free eBook Guide to Fertility Treatment, courtesy of Dr. Randy Morris – or – call 630.357.6540 to schedule a consultation.