Free In Vitro
IVF also known as In Vitro Fertilization can be a very expensive procedure. In Vitro could cost anywhere from $9,500 for a single cycle procedure to $32,000 for Multiple In Vitro procedures. The average cost for a complete IVF cycle in the US is about $12,000 plus medications. In large metropolitan areas it is often higher.
Some health insurance plans will pick up part of the cost, and in some states health insurance is required to cover fertility fees, at least up to a point. Some insurance companies offer in vitro insurance that covers a majority of the IVF procedures and medications. In addition, some women do what is called a shared cycle--where they donate some of their eggs to another couple that needs them and in return the couple shares the cost of the IVF cycle.
At times, there are free in vitro offers given to qualified couples that want to grow their family. We’ve listed the current clinics that are offering free In Vitro. This list will be updated as future free In Vitro offers are found.
Please note that we are not affiliated with any of the Free In Vitro offers mentioned below and medical advice should be sought before going through with any of the offers.
ClinicalTrials.gov offers a great opportunity to receive free in vitro procedures by participating in an FDA trial. These trials could last for a few months to a couple of years, so please make sure you fully understand the guidelines.
Also, each study has different requirements, so it is important you know the type of candidates the study wants before applying.
You may be able to locate additional free in vitro fertilization procedures by going to this Clinical Studies site and typing in "In Vitro Fertilization" as your search term.
There has been an increase in doctors that are offering free in vitro as a way to increase awareness that IVF is a successful approach to conceive a child. It may be an option to ask your IVF doctor if they are offering any such programs if you feel the costs are out of your budget range.
Whatever approach you take, please be aware that IVF is a method used to increase your changes, but does not guarantee you will conceive a child. If you do take the Free In Vitro approach then please make sure you fully understand the guidelines and restrictions before agreeing with the procedure.
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