It can vary tremendously. It could be anywhere from about $7,500 to over $30,000 for each cycle. The drugs alone can easily exceed $5,000 for one month. If you have health insurance, there is a small chance that you may be able to get part of the expense covered.
If you are having fertility issues, try not to let yourself get overwhelmed by the costs - not all problems require IVF, and there are many finance options available if you do end up going that route. If you are having fertility issues talk to your OB/GYN and ask for a referal to a good RE (reproductive endorcinologist = fertility specialist). Most fertility clinics will have cost estimate available for you to consider before you start treatments, and they often have someone in the office who can guide you to available finance options. Some clinics also offer a set price for a set number of cycles.
at 5:53 PM on Aug. 20, 2009