To support this year’s National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) theme “Resolve to know more,” we want to help you know more about IVF (in vitro fertilization) costs. Recently, RESOLVE: The National Fertility Association, released the "fertility report scorecard" for the United States, ranking each state on their “fertility friendliness." Every state in the fertility report scorecard is graded on an A-to-F scale, based on IVF insurance coverage, the availability of fertility specialists, and the prevalence of infertility support groups--all relative to the number of women with infertility living there. The scorecard highlights discrepancies in coverage among in the 50 states. You can click here to see all the current State mandates.
The high price for IVF--about $12,000 per cycle, according to RESOLVE--can put it out of reach for many. The RESOLVE scorecard can help you understand where you stand with fertility coverage. To enable you to make a better informed decision about IVF costs, Univfy offers a free IVF Cost Calculator that helps you figure out the best treatment plan for you based on the price of the IVF packages you are considering and your personalized IVF success rate.
The Univfy IVF Cost Calculator takes your IVF success rate (which can be given to you by Univfy IVF Prediction Tests, your fertility specialist, or national average statistics) and the price of the IVF packages you are considering and provides a side-by-side comparison of your treatment options. When you have gotten quotes for IVF packages from one or more clinics, the calculator can crunch and lay out all the numbers for you to help you make the right choice.
Doing your research and understanding your family-building options are steps you will take during your fertility journey. Knowing where your state stands and utilizing a free tool like the Univfy IVF Cost Calculator are a good place to start.