How much does egg freezing cost?
What you can expect to pay for egg freezing depends on several important factors:
- What your insurance plan covers
- How many rounds of egg retrieval you end up needing (not all eggs will be viable)
- How long you need to store your frozen eggs
- What you plan on doing with your eggs once they’re thawed
On average, according to FertilityIQ, the entire procedure, including an average 2.1 of rounds of extraction and storage, costs $30,000-$40,000.
If you’re thinking about freezing your eggs, the best way to predict costs is to test your anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) levels (more on that below!) and discuss your results with a fertility specialist.