Hello Ah Cho,
The price of IVF varies depending on the which type of IVF your doctor recommends. At Neway Fertility, we have Natural Cycle IVF, Conventional/Traditional IVF, Mild IVF, and IVM. Depending on the type of insurance you have, you may have coverage but we do not know until our staff verifies your insurance coverage.
If you want to know more, please give us a call at 212-750-3330.
Hi Lynne –
The pregnancy rates vary greatly by age, PCOS subtype, and other issues (status of male, status of fallopian tubes, etc)
However, a general range for women < 35 years old (who have PCOS, irregular cycles, and no other infertility issues) following medications to induce ovulation is between 10-15% every month. If you are interested in exploring this further, I would be happy to meet with you in person for a full consultation. Best – Daniel Kort, MD
Hi Emily –
Yes, this is something we can help with.
Briefly, your ovaries are simulated with medications to produce multiple follicles, which contain eggs.
The eggs are then retrieved in a brief office based procedure.
On the day of this retrieval, your husband provides a sperm sample for fertilization and the embryos are created and develop in our lab for 5-6 days.
The gestational carrier (your sister) is then prepared to receive the embryo and the embryo is transferred into her uterus.
As this is a very broad overview of the process, I would suggest you schedule a consultation with me or one of my colleagues to review the process in detail. You can request a call back through our website or call our front desk – 212-750-3330.
Best – Daniel Kort, MD
Dear Shawanna –
Thank you for your interest. Yes, helping women with PCOs conceive is one of the main things we do. Treatments vary from very simple things such as taking a pill to more aggressive therapies such as IVF. Costs also vary depending on what level of treatment is required. Fortunately, we do accept most insurances and most patients have some degree of insurance coverage for the evaluation and treatment. I would suggest calling the office to schedule an initial consultation. Please let me know if we can be of any assistance!
Best – Daniel H Kort, MD
Each patient is assessed and treated individually, having an irregular period is not a marker for not being able to get pregnant. Further testing and monitoring have to be done in order to understand your cycle.
Hi Suk –
Thank you for your interest.
1. For donor sperm insemination, you will purchase sperm from a local or national sperm bank. We will guide you on how to purchase the sperm and help arrange shipment to our fertility center.
2. The cost varies depeding on the exact type of treatment cycle, but is usually between $1000 and $2000, not including purchasing the sperm.
3. A typical insemination cycle takes about 2 weeks (starting with the beginning of a menstrual period) and you will see the doctor 2-3 times.
Please let us know if you have more questions or we can help in any way!
Best – Daniel Kort, MD
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