Types of In Vitro Fertilization Programs
Understanding your IVF options
Our goal is to help build families. In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a common treatment for many of the conditions that cause infertility. It is a routine medical practice, and here at Aurora BayCare, hundreds of healthy babies have been born as a result of IVF. Aurora BayCare is recognized as a Reproductive Resource Services Center of Excellence by OptumHealth. Our IVF success rates can be viewed online, published by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology.
IVF is a multi-step process that includes ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, and embryo transfer. During IVF, your ovaries are stimulated to produce eggs. The eggs are then retrieved and inseminated before being implanted back into your uterus.
Financing In Vitro Fertilization
In vitro fertilization may be your best option for growing your family. It can be expensive, but Aurora BayCare is able to offer many couples an IVF Guarantee to help minimize the anxiety and financial strain of choosing in vitro fertilization. The risk sharing IVF program minimizes the anxiety and financial strain of choosing in vitro fertilization. Many couples qualify for a 70% refund guarantee.
Shared Success Program
This program is for women age 37 or younger who will be using their own eggs. It provides a 70% refund guarantee if you are unable to have a baby. If you qualify for the Shared Success Program, you may attempt up to three IVF cycles and three frozen embryo cycles during a 12 month period, for a fixed fee.
Shared Success Donor Program
A similar shared success program is available for women age 45 or younger who will be using donor eggs.
Multi-Cycle IVF Package
We offer package pricing for women who do not qualify for the shared success programs. Package pricing provides a discounted rate for a package of IVF treatments, but does not include a refund if treatments are unsuccessful.
Preimplantation Genetic ScreeningThis genetic screening option is for couples considered at risk for embryos with chromosomal abnormalities, including older mothers, women with a history of miscarriages, and parents who carry a genetic disorder or chromosomal abnormality.