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    Denise R.
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    Phoenix AZ Frozen egg cycle $1,000 New Direction Fertility Clinic

    $1,000 egg freezing cycle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Denise R. View Post
    $1,000 egg freezing cycle.
    How is this possible? Is it a study? What does the thousand dollars cover? The cost of my cycle was 10,800 but my meds ended up being fully covered so it was less for me. 1000 is a crazy good deal if it is genuine.


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    Look at their website it covers everything but meds. New clinic with new state of the art lab they are anxious for clients I guess.


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    New Directions Fertility is run by an entirely awesome RE that went through years of infertility and IVF cycles to have kids. He wants treatment options to be available for everyone. Their IVF cycles are $4,800 excluding meds. We have our DS from our first IVF with this RE after failing miserably at another clinic. We are banking with NDF now, hoping for a sibling. The clinic is very busy with clients but we have never had problems getting our cycles scheduled when we wanted to. If you are looking for real compassion, top quality treatment and an individualized approach then check them out.
    Me: 40, ovulatory disorder
    DH: 40, morphology <4%
    IVF1 long protocol w/ICSI, BFP, chemical
    IVF2 lupron flare w/ICSI, BFP, blighted ovum
    IVF3 antagonist w/ICSI (new RE), BFP, DS born 2013


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    Banking eggs or embryos?


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    Phoenix AZ Frozen egg cycle $1,000 New Direction Fertility Clinic

    Embies. I am 41 and married. We also have MFI and DH's sperm is not improving. Not good candidates for egg banking
    Me: 40, ovulatory disorder
    DH: 40, morphology <4%
    IVF1 long protocol w/ICSI, BFP, chemical
    IVF2 lupron flare w/ICSI, BFP, blighted ovum
    IVF3 antagonist w/ICSI (new RE), BFP, DS born 2013


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    Good luck on your FET's ..


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    Thank you Denise!
    Me: 40, ovulatory disorder
    DH: 40, morphology <4%
    IVF1 long protocol w/ICSI, BFP, chemical
    IVF2 lupron flare w/ICSI, BFP, blighted ovum
    IVF3 antagonist w/ICSI (new RE), BFP, DS born 2013


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    That price sounds too good to be true. Are they using vitrification?
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    Hi Kim, All their prices are low. I do IVF there for $4,800 per cycle including embryo vitrification, up to 6 month cryo- storage and transfer. This is a top clinic with a different philosophy.
    Me: 40, ovulatory disorder
    DH: 40, morphology <4%
    IVF1 long protocol w/ICSI, BFP, chemical
    IVF2 lupron flare w/ICSI, BFP, blighted ovum
    IVF3 antagonist w/ICSI (new RE), BFP, DS born 2013


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