Figuring out how to pay for fertility treatment can be one of the most challenging parts of the process – but it doesn’t have to be. While IVF is very expensive (averaging $15,000+ for a fresh cycle and $4,500+ for a frozen cycle), financial support is available for fertility treatment, from insurance, grants, and loans. We’ve put together a list of helpful fertility financial resources to help you navigate paying for fertility treatment.
Month: November 2021
Seattle Egg Donation
Become an Egg Donor in Seattle, WA PNWF offers a unique egg bank model for Seattle egg donation. If you’re interested in becoming an egg donor, we offer top tier medical care with decades of experience to help guide you through the egg donation process. SIMPLIFY:...
How Much Do Sperm Donors Make?
A guide to sperm donor compensation If you’re considering donating sperm, it’s fair to wonder how much sperm donors make. Donors receive compensation for their time. Often, the sperm bank may provide additional benefits, such as free physicals and infectious disease...
IVF Success Rates
The chances of having a baby through IVF and how to look at the national data In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a complex procedure with many variables, which means exact IVF success rates are hard to pin down. The single biggest determinant in IVF success is the age of...
Tips On Navigating Family Building For Single Parents
One service we offer at PNWF is family building for single parents. We support every person’s right to become a parent, regardless of marital status, gender, or sexuality.
Find a Fertility Specialist in Seattle
What to look for in your Seattle fertility doctor As you find a fertility specialist in Seattle, you’ll want to look for a few key factors. Infertility is a physically and emotionally complex experience. So, you deserve a team that supports you on your journey with...
Fertility 101: Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) Podcast Episode
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss and Awareness Month, and we want to shed light on the painful reality that is Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. On today’s episode, Dr. Lora Shahine of Pacific Northwest Fertility answers those common questions associated with RPL, the different treatment options, and reminds us that no matter what, we’re not broken.