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IVF Opportunity Plan

IVF Cost Plan. What is the Cost of IVF?

RMACT's IVF Opportunity Plan is the only all-inclusive IVF treatment plan in the Tri-State Connecticut Region that includes medication. In many cases, patients who want to have a baby do so with In vitro fertilization (IVF).  During an IVF cycle, women are treated with medications to stimulate the development of multiple ovarian follicles to produce eggs for fertilization.  Eggs are then retrieved from the woman and are combined with sperm in a laboratory. One or more embryos are then transferred into the woman’s uterus to achieve a pregnancy.  

To help make this option available to as many patients as possible, RMA of Connecticut offers The IVF Opportunity Plan.   This unique payment plan is available exclusively to RMACT patients who do not have insurance coverage for their fertility treatments. 

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How The IVF Opportunity Plan Works

Patients who are eligible for The IVF Opportunity Plan at RMACT will pay an inclusive total of $15,195 for one IVF cycle.

This includes:

  • IVF Education Teach class ("Teach class")
  • Initial baseline blood work and ultrasound to start your cycle
  • Medications for up to and including ten days of stimulation
  • As many in-cycle monitoring appointments as your cycle requires (blood work and ultrasounds during morning monitoring hours)
  • Egg retrieval
  • Anesthesia for the egg retrieval
  • All embryology laboratory procedures. This includes:
    • ICSI
    • Assisted hatching
    • Embryo cryopreservation (freezing) and the first year of storage
  • Embryo transfer

Patient financing plans offered by some IVF centers try to reduce costs in many ways, such as not including any medications in their plan, limiting laboratory procedures to a set number of eggs or embryos, or by limiting access to only younger patients. Our plan treats each and every patient with the highest quality medical care and services including optimal doses of all medications to achieve a successful pregnancy.

What is NOT included in RMACT’s IVF Opportunity Plan:

  • Checklist blood work including any required follow-up testing
  • Uterine Evaluation (HSG, SIS/SHG, hysteroscopy)
  • Any outside monitoring
  • Egg  (Oocyte) freezing
  • Sperm freezing
  • TESE/MESA if required
  • Pregnancy testing at the conclusion of the cycle
  • Medical treatment subsequent to your IVF cycle such as a miscarriage, biochemical or ectopic pregnancy

Important Details regarding refunds:

You can withdraw from The IVF Opportunity Plan at any time.

  • If you withdraw from the program prior to receiving your medications, you will receive a full refund.
  • If you withdraw after receiving your medications you will be refunded $7,225.
  • If your cycle is cancelled after you start medications but prior to egg retrieval due to a medical reason (i.e., poor response, premature ovulation) you will receive a refund of $7,995.
  • If you have your egg retrieval but do not have an embryo transfer, you will receive a refund of $1,350.

Patients who choose The IVF Opportunity Plan at RMACT are treated by our outstanding team of physicians, nurses and other specially trained patient care professionals. Find out if The IVF Opportunity Plan is right for you, contact a Financial Service Representative at RMACT at 203 750-7400.

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