The Process

Financial Info

IVF provides the very best chances at successfully becoming pregnant.

In Vitro Fertilization has the highest success rates.
The right doctor, lab, location and financing programs
are just as important.

What is IVF?

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), sometimes referred to as Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), you can undergo the most successful fertility treatment to conceive successfully. It can be accomplished using your own eggs and partner’s sperm. Alternatively, it can also be performed with donor eggs and/or donor sperm

The IVF process is a multi-step process where one or more eggs are retrieved from the ovaries and then fertilized in our laboratory. IVF treatment is a minimally invasive procedure requiring only a fine needle stick into the ovaries under mild sedation administered by a physician anesthesiologist.  

After the first IVF baby was born in 1978, Mary Louise Brown in England, the pregnancy rates have drastically improved. Women in their mid-thirties now have a greater than 50% chance of having a live birth as a result of undergoing IVF treatment.

IVF treatment is indicated for women with damaged or blocked fallopian tubes, men with low sperm counts, unexplained infertility, endometriosis, recurrent pregnancy loss, and advanced female age (also known as Diminished Ovarian Reserve).



In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is the most successful fertility treatment you can undergo using your own eggs and sperm (or donor sperm).

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Once In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has been identified as your treatment plan, you will be able to meet with our in-house Financial Coordinator to speak about IVF costs.

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A consultation is not a commitment. It is an opportunity to get expert answers to your questions and the help you need.

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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a smart choice for many people who have infertility because it produces the highest success rates.

The basics of IVF are pretty straightforward. A woman’s mature eggs are removed from the body and fertilized in a laboratory environment where embryos can evaluate growth. Preimplantation testing for aneuploidy or specific genetic diseases (PGT-A/PGT-M) can be optionally performed, after which viable embryos are selected for transfer into the mother’s uterus for implantation and growth into a healthy baby girl or boy. When egg or sperm donors are used, the process is referred to as Third-Party Reproduction.

The cost of IVF can be minimal if one has complete or even partial insurance coverage. We check your insurance and give you a courtesy call back before you even come in for the first visit. This way, you are not worried about costs and can focus on the important part: getting pregnant. Don’t worry if you only have partial coverage, no fertility benefits, or are without insurance altogether – we will work hard and do our best to find a solution that works for you and your situation.

The Process of In Vitro Fertilization

Approximately 2/3 of eggs become fertilized, and about half of those fertilized eggs develop into good-quality embryos. Transfer of the embryos to the uterus may occur between the third and fifth days after egg retrieval.

Your doctor will require blood tests done regularly to see how the hormone treatments are doing and if your ovaries are ready for egg retrieval. You may also have an additional ultrasound to see how the eggs are developing.

Stephanie’s Story

“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.”

I knew I needed IVF, so I did my homework before I came to Dr Morgan. I had a laundry list of things I wanted from my doctor: high success rates, reputable embryology lab, a multi-cycle package discount, and great doctor reviews. I wasn’t disappointed. And, I didn’t even need to use all my cycles. I got pregnant on the first try. It was a pleasure from start to finish. – Stephanie V.


The Process

Surprisingly the IVF process simple, though it requires a high level of skill and experience to produce high success rates. Learn more.

Cost of IVF

Partial insurance coverage and self-pay patients will find that we offer discounts and assistance to IVF patients other practices do not. Learn more.

Success Rates

For over 20 years our success rates have been exceptionally high, due in no small part to our team of incredibly dedicated professionals. Learn more.

Kinds of IVF Cycles

Many are unaware that there are many types of in vitro fertilization cycles to choose from depending on many factors. Learn more.




Initial consultation

The cost of bloodwork may be covered by the patient’s insurance during the initial consultation.
If you cancel your consultation within 48 hours, you will be charged $100.


1st cycle 

Includes all monitoring visits, the retrieval procedure, ICSI and vitrification


Compassionate care program price (If you qualify) 

Frozen embryo transfer

Frozen embryos from an IVF or donor egg cycle transferred to your uterus (Includes monitoring)


Biopsy for PGT-A

Preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidies


$150 per embryo

“Never give up on something you can’t go a day without dreaming about.”

-Winston Churchill