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Fertility Treatment Costs

Couples receiving publicly funded treatment do not need to pay for any consultations or treatments that are covered by our funding arrangements.

However, there are some commonly used treatments that are not funded, including clomiphene treatment.

The following table of charges is mainly provided for:

  • Couples who are not eligible for publicly funded treatment. See Eligibility for publicly funded treatment.
  • Couples who may wish to self-fund their treatment while waiting until they either meet eligibility requirements or reach the top of the waiting list for funded treatment.
  • Couples who have used their allocation of publicly funded treatment, or have had a child through funded treatment, and now wish to have treatment privately at Fertility Plus.

Fertility treatment is personalised to each individual and couple, based on diagnosis and best treatment options. At Fertility Plus, we are mindful of the costs involved in providing fertility treatment, and our fees reflect the importance we place on ensuring our care remain as accessible as possible.  

The table of charges below gives an indication of likely treatment costs although prices may change. All costs shown include GST.

CONSULTATION

First Specialist Doctor Appointment, to discuss diagnosis and personalised
treatment options with a medical fertility specialist: 30 minutes

$225

Subsequent Review Specialist Doctor Appointments: 30 minutes

$125 per appointment 
Orientation Appointment, comprehensive suite of care to set the plan for treatment; inclusive of appointments with:
  • Specialist Fertility Doctor
  • Fertility Nurse 
  • Counsellor
  • Embryologist
 $225
 Counselling Appointment, when not included in a treatment package $100 per 60 minute counselling session 


Non-IVF Fertility Treatments

Tracked Cycle: A fully monitored natural cycle using blood tests and ultrasound scan/s of the ovaries to detect ovulation and determine hormone profile.
$350 per cycle
Ovulation Induction with Clomiphene to stimulate the ovaries, tracked with blood tests
$220 per cycle
 Average cost of medication $25

Ovulation Induction with Clomiphene to stimulate the ovaries, tracked with blood tests and ultrasound

$300 per cycle
Average cost of medication $25 
Ovulation Induction with Gonadotrophins, a fully monitored stimulated cycle using blood tests and ultrasound scan(s) of the ovaries to detect ovulation and determine hormone profile. Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) used to stimulate ovaries
$400 per cycle
Average cost of medication $1500 - $2500 
Letrozole Cycle: a three month treatment cycle, using Letrozole to stimulate ovulation, includes a medical review appointment every three months, blood tests and email contact with a doctor
$450 per three month cycle
 Average cost of medication $25
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), Includes blood tests and ultrasound scan(s) of the ovaries if required, to monitor follicular growth and detect ovulation. Two counselling sessions will be required when using donor sperm.
IUI with partner’s sperm
 $1095  Average cost of medication $25 - $350
IUI with personal donor’s sperm
$1095
Average cost of medication $25 - $350 
Preparation of personal donor sperm, Includes screening and first semen freeze, additional fees for counselling and sperm freezing will be required
$500.00
IUI with Fertility Plus sperm donor
$1500
Average cost of medication $25 - $350 

 

IVF Fertility Treatments
 IVF Cycle, includes monitoring costs, egg collection, sperm preparation, embryo culture, embryo replacement, embryo freezing and 12 months storage, one counselling session, early pregnancy monitoring or a follow up consultation $6895
Average cost of medication $2000 - $3500
Frozen Embryo Replacement (FER) Cycle
$1,500
Average cost of medication $25 - $350 
IVF Additional Treatment
ICSI, sperm microinjection
$1,500
Assisted Hatching
$125
Donor Egg Addition, includes cycle coordination and monitoring, final screening prior to commencing cycle (Does not include FER cycle)
$2,000
Donor Egg Work Up, includes medical consultation, two counselling sessions and screening blood tests  $1,500
 Donor Sperm Addition  $200
 Incomplete IVF Cycle Charges, not inclusive of medication charges
 When stopped before first blood test  $250
 When stopped before egg collection  $600
 If no eggs at ovum pick-up (OPU)  $5800
 If no embryos transferred  $6000

Storage, this is invoiced annually
Sperm freezing
$220
12 months storage of frozen sperm, embryos or oocytes
 $240/year
Additional Costs, these will vary according to the personalised nature of fertility treatment
Semen analysis, includes antibody screening and morphology
$105
Trial sperm wash
$145 
 PICSI, mature sperm selection by an embryologist  $150
Testicular Surgery for Sperm Retrieval: Specialist Urologist
$1625
Testicular Surgery for Sperm Retrieval: Routine
$1000 
General Anaesthetic
$1045
Surrogacy and Embryo Donation, includes all preparation and
submission of required documentation to ECART, all appointments with a counsellor and consultant.
This does not include the costs for legal preparations. This will be discussed during your initial counselling appointment.
$2200
Application to the Ethics Committee
on Assisted Reproductive Technology
(ECART)
 Medication, total medication costs will vary according to the personalised nature of fertility treatment

Down Regulation/LH Surge Protection 
Buserelin   $230
Orgalutran   $120
Stimulating Egg Production 
Gonal 300   $300
Gonal 450   $450
Gonal 900   $900
Puregon 300   $300
Puregon 600  $600
Puregon 900  $900
Elonva 100/150  $1250/7 days
Menopur
 $52/vial
Triggering Ovulation
Ovidrel  $170
Buserelin  $230
Maintaining the Uterine Lining
Crinone  $20/per day
Utrogestan $30/box 
Additional Medication Fees
 
 Prescription charge  $25


District Health Board Fertility Benefit:
Fertility Plus offers staff working at any of the northern region DHB’s a 10% discount on treatment, excluding medication charges. This is inclusive of ADHB, CMDHB, WDHB, NDHB staff.

Notes about payment:

  • Payment is required in full prior to completing treatment or on the day of egg collection
  • Subsequent cycles will not be commenced if there is an outstanding balance
  • Prices are in NZ dollars and include GST
  • Prices may be subject to change without further notice
  • The chance of ovulation or pregnancy depends on many factors; there are no refunds if you do not respond to ovulation induction medication (Letrozole or Clomiphene) or if you do not become pregnant
  • Unused medications cannot be refunded once they have been issued to you
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Phone: 09 307 4949
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