Donor Egg Pricing and Cost
Affordable Donor Egg Programs in New Jersey
South Jersey Fertility Center is proud to offer one of the most successful, and affordable donor egg and embryo creation options in New Jersey.
• Fresh Donor Egg cycles using an anonymous donor cost approximately $20,000, although some insurances will provide coverage. Our anonymous egg donors are reimbursed $8,000. The egg donor’s compensation fee is included in the $20,000 cost of the donor egg cycle and is not covered by medical insurance.
• Fresh Donor Egg cycles using a known donor (friend or relative) would cost approximately $12,000. The price is lower because known donors are not given the $8,000 compensation that our anonymous egg donors receive. Medications for the donor and recipient will be approximately $2,500 – $4,500 and may or may not be covered by insurance.
The services of a Reproductive Attorney are necessary when a known donor is involved. A legal contract between the donor and the recipient must be drawn up by an experienced lawyer. Two such lawyers who we highly recommend are:
Melissa Brisman, Esq.
One Paragon Dr, Suite 158
Montvale, NJ 07645
ReproductiveLawyer.com | 201.505.0099
Christine Cockerill, Esq.
122 Delaware St, P.O. Box 684
Woodbury, NJ 08096
PuffLaw.com | 856.845.0011
• Frozen Donor Egg cycles cost approximately $17,500. The recipient pays My Egg Bank $11,000 for the use of the 6 eggs. The $11,000 covers the cost of screening the donor, undergoing IVF and freezing of eggs. The fees to South Jersey Fertility Center will be $6,515 for the monitoring of the treatment cycle, fertilization and culturing of the frozen eggs, transfer of the embryos and costs associated with this process. Coverage for any screening tests will depend on your insurance. Medication for the recipient cycle will cost approximately $1,000 – $1,200 and may or may not be covered by insurance.
What about Cryopreservation of Extra Embryos?
You may freeze any extra embryos from fresh or frozen egg treatment cycle. There is an additional cost to freeze and store those embryos.