- Legally Certified ART- The Fertility World IVF Center
- Offers IVF at a lower cost from CAD 7,700 to $11,100.
- The guaranteed success rate of 99% with assisted Donor
- Ideally Located for all means of transportation
- A very friendly experienced professionals
- Free first consultation: Book an appointment.
- Call/W: 919311850412 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|IVF TREATMENTS||SUCCESS RATE|
|IVF With Donor Eggs||99%|
|IVF with Donor sperms||85%|
|IVF with Self Sperm||80%|
|IVF With self Eggs||90%|
In vitro fertilization (IVF), is an effective and common type of assisted reproductive technique (ART) that helps women become pregnant and fulfill their dreams of parenthood. IVF treatments involve fertilizing the egg outside the body in the Petri dishes in the fertility laboratory, and then implanting it back to a woman’s uterus. Today, millions of babies are born by using in-vitro fertilization techniques. The best IVF center in Ontario (The Fertility World) provides you with the best fertility treatment to overcome any infertility issues.
What is the cost of IVF in Ontario, at the Fertility World?
In Ontario (Canada), IVF treatments cost about $7,700 to $11,100 per cycle on an average. The cost does not include the fertility medication cost, it is paid additionally. In some cases, the cost of fertility drugs and other tests and consultations can push that cost up to around $2,000 to $6,000.
- It does not include medication costs.
- All payments are due in full before procedures or treatments are started.
- Fertility World accepts VISA, MasterCard, debit, cash, and certified cheque.
- Program Management/Administrative Fees are non-refundable.
- Additional Fees may apply depending on the recommendations of your Physician.
|Steps Includes||Estimated cost|
|Initial tests & consultations||$500|
|Total estimated cost||$17,250|
However, great help is provided by the Ontario province as financial assistance for in vitro fertilization treatments and others.
Does healthcare cover provinces in Ontario?
Healthcare coverage for infertility treatment such as In-vitro Fertilization (IVF) varies with each province in Canada. The Ontario Health Insurance Plan offers cost coverage for single cycle IVF per patient, per lifetime for all female patients under the age of 43. Fertility drugs are not covered under this plan. Every fertility treatment plan is different for each patient that including IVF.
How can you claim Government Funded fertility treatments?
The Ontario government offers a program that provides funding assistance to participating fertility treatments such as IVF across the province to cover treatment costs for eligible Canadian residents. After learning about treatments and what’s covered below, book an appointment and talk to the Fertility World professionals or your appointed doctor directly to decide what treatment might be the best fit for you to get pregnant.
Eligibility for Govt. Funding assistance:
To be eligible for government-funded assistance infertility treatments, Sex, gender, sexual orientation, or family status are not considered infertility treatment eligibility. However, you must fulfill the following conditions:
- Live in Ontario or residents of Ontario
- You should have a valid Ontario health card.
Additional requirements for funding-assistance coverage
Depending on the type of fertility treatments you choose, as well as some coverage limits. The following treatments can have the following conditions in Ontario coverage assistance:
- IVF treatments: People with medical or non-medical infertility as well as single people and same-sex couples are eligible for government-funded IVF treatments. Must be under the age of 43 years. The fund covers one IVF treatment cycle per patient in her lifetime including the one-at-a-time transfer of all viable embryos.
One additional cycle is also covered by the government if the patient is carrying a baby for someone else (acting as a surrogate). The following fertility treatments are fulfilled in addition to living in Ontario and having a valid Ontario health card.
- Artificial insemination (AI): Transferring sperm directly into the vagina or cervix. There is no limit on the number of treatment cycles under the Ontario fund assistance.
- Intrauterine insemination (IUI): This involves injecting sperm directly into the uterus, it is also a type of artificial insemination.
Under the fund assistance coverage, it has no limit on the number of treatment cycles.
- Fertility preservation: Freezing sperm or egg samples to be used later in either artificial insemination or in-vitro fertilization. Ontario fund assistance can cover one treatment cycle per patient.
What is not covered in Ontario Funding assistance?
The following prices are not covered by the funding assistance program:
- Any fertility drugs needed- about $5,000 single IVF cycle, and about $1,000 per AI (or IUI) cycle
- Genetic testing
- Storing sperm, eggs, and/or embryos (Preservation).
How long does it take to avail the Ontario govt? Fund?
As it is government policies, it takes a long period to avail the government assistance, especially in the case of finance, it takes more time. For availing of the Ontario funding assistance fund, it can take 8 months minimum and years.
As it is studied and researched that the success rates of IVF depend on your age. Age is the main factor besides other minute factors. Therefore, the fertility World suggests and recommends to all hopeful parents seeking IVF in Ontario to approach fertility centers for treatment, if you’re advancing in age. The best reproductive age for women is between 21 years to 33 years.
The Fertility World will do whatever it can to help you achieve a healthy pregnancy within the fastest possible timeline. Patients who do not want to wait for funding still have an option to do a self-paid IVF cycle and can start at any time. If this is what you would like to do or if you would like to explore this option, please contact our fertility specialist at our provided contacts above. We are always ready and available to you if you have any other questions.
What People are Experiencing in the Fertility World?
Let’s read their stories below…
So I’ve got an announcement, which my wife and I are expecting! Our due date is early September so I’ve kept this news on the down-low for quite some time. We’re excited about this life-changing event.
I wish I could say that getting pregnant was simple, but the reality is, we spent three years trying and required In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Infertility is something many couples don’t talk about, but it affects 1 in every 6 couples in Ontario (Canada) as I researched. Going in, we knew it would be an expensive venture, but we still wondered how much does IVF cost? This is what we paid at the Fertility World which is lower than the other IVF center in Ontario:
|Steps Includes||Estimated cost|
|Initial tests & consultations||$100-300|
|Total estimated cost||$17,250|
I’m going to be clear, the above estimates are not exactly what my wife and I paid. I had to use some averages just so you can kind of get a rough estimate of what you should budget and/or expect to pay. You may end up spending less or you may end up spending more. But a good number to budget is $18,000 – $20,000. I’m not 100% sure of this, but I also believe that not every fertility clinic charges the same amount. Prices should be similar, but they can vary.
One should also note that the cost of drugs will vary. Sure a lot of them you will need to use, but dosages and the types of drugs you require will depend on the person. Not all employer drug plans will cover the cost of infertility drugs. If you’re lucky like we were at the Fertility World, you’ll get some of your drugs covered, but don’t bank on it.
The medical procedures can be written off as medical expenses, but not all your drugs. I recommend keeping all your receipts and keeping a detailed log so you can give it to your accountant come tax time. However, in the end, what we expected is successful IVF treatments with our beautiful healthy child. The result we got was an amazing memory, a 99% successful result on the first cycle of IVF.
When we saw the movement of our baby and heard its heartbeat. All of a sudden, our draining budget, the expensive investment we put on it and our invested time fade away, it is worth investing. We return Home as the happiest couple with our baby leaving behind an amazing journey with the Fertility World IVF center.
Now that you know what’s available, what do you do next?
Your next step is to either set up an appointment with your doctor or contact the Fertility World and discuss your fertility treatments opportunities options. They’ll guide you through the process of confirming your eligibility for the program and accessing funded services if available in your case.