Treatment Costs

About Us

At Adora Fertility, we bulk-bill the majority of Assisted Reproductive Technology (known as A.R.T.) services including IVF and ICSI, which are the fertility services chosen by 95% of patients in consultation with their Fertility Specialists.

Costs by State

The cost of fertility treatments varies across the country. The estimated costs are as follows:

New South Wales

Costs covered by Medicare:

  • GP & Fertility Specialist Consultations
  • Blood Tests and Ultrasound Scans
  • Fertility Treatment Plan & Management (developed with your Specialist)
  • IVF or ICSI Cycle
  • Egg (Oocyte) and Sperm Collection
  • Embryo Transfer
Service or treatmentEstimated out of pocket expense
Day Surgery Facility Fee and AnaesthetistApproximately $200 – $1,400
Fertility MedicationsApproximately $150 – $200
Embryo Transfer Facility Fee$350
AMH TestApproximately $65 – $85
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)$700
Ovulation Induction (OI)$250
  • For patients that have a current, valid Cycle Consent Form the existing fees will be honoured until 1 May. New fees will apply to all patients from 1 May.
  • From 1 October 2019, residents of NSW who have confirmation from their Fertility Specialist that they have incurred out-of-pocket costs for fertility testing are eligible for the pre-IVF fertility testing rebate. The NSW Government provides a rebate of $500 for out-of-pocket expenses related to pre-IVF fertility testing, administered through Service NSW.
  • All of our egg collection procedures are performed in an accredited Day Surgery under the care of an anaesthetist, which is considered safer and less painful than a procedure carried out under a local anaesthetic.
  • Day Surgery and Anaesthetist fees may vary. These costs may also be covered by your private health insurer, significantly reducing your out-of-pocket cost.
  • Where applicable, there are annual costs up to $600 associated with ongoing storage of oocytes, sperm and embryos.
  • Costs for medications may be less depending on whether you are a Medicare concession cardholder or have reached the Medicare Safety Net.
  • The above mentioned costs are effective 16th March 2020.

Victoria

Costs covered by Medicare:

  • GP & Fertility Specialist Consultations
  • Blood Tests and Ultrasound Scans
  • Fertility Treatment Plan & Management (developed with your Specialist)
  • IVF or ICSI Cycle
  • Egg (Oocyte) and Sperm Collection
  • Embryo Transfer
Service or treatmentEstimated out of pocket expense
Day Surgery Facility Fee and AnaesthetistApproximately $200 – $1,200
Fertility MedicationsApproximately $150 – $200
Embryo Transfer Facility Fee$350
AMH TestApproximately $65 – $85
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)$700
Ovulation Induction (OI)$250
CounsellingUp to $100
  • For patients that have a current, valid Cycle Consent Form the existing fees will be honoured until 1 May. New fees will apply to all patients from 1 May.
  • In Victoria, Counselling is a mandatory requirement to commencing ART treatment and usually costs around $100.
  • All of our egg collection procedures are performed in an accredited Day Surgery under the care of an anaesthetist, which is considered safer and less painful than a procedure carried out under a local anaesthetic.
  • Day Surgery and Anaesthetist fees may vary. These costs may also be covered by your private health insurer, significantly reducing your out-of-pocket cost.
  • Where applicable, there are annual costs up to $600 associated with ongoing storage of oocytes, sperm and embryos.
  • Costs for medications may be less depending on whether you are a Medicare concession cardholder or have reached the Medicare Safety Net.
  • The above mentioned costs are effective 16th March 2020.

Queensland

Costs covered by Medicare:

  • GP & Fertility Specialist Consultations
  • Blood Tests and Ultrasound Scans
  • Fertility Treatment Plan & Management (developed with your Specialist)
  • IVF or ICSI Cycle
  • Egg (Oocyte) and Sperm Collection
  • Embryo Transfer
Service or treatmentEstimated out of pocket expense
Day Surgery Facility Fee and AnaesthetistApproximately $200 – $1,100
Fertility MedicationsApproximately $150 – $200
Embryo Transfer Facility Fee$325
AMH TestApproximately $65 – $85
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)$700
Ovulation Induction (OI)$250
  • For patients that have a current, valid Cycle Consent Form the existing fees will be honoured until 1 May. New fees will apply to all patients from 1 May.
  • All of our egg collection procedures are performed in an accredited Day Surgery under the care of an anaesthetist, which is considered safer and less painful than a procedure carried out under a local anaesthetic.
  • Day Surgery and Anaesthetist fees may vary. These costs may also be covered by your private health insurer, significantly reducing your out-of-pocket cost.
  • Where applicable, there are annual costs up to $600 associated with ongoing storage of oocytes, sperm and embryos.
  • Costs for medications may be less depending on whether you are a Medicare concession cardholder or have reached the Medicare Safety Net.
  • The above mentioned costs are effective 16th March 2020.

Western Australia

Costs covered by Medicare:

  • GP & Fertility Specialist Consultations
  • Blood Tests and Ultrasound Scans
  • Fertility Treatment Plan & Management (developed with your Specialist)
  • IVF or ICSI Cycle
  • Egg (Oocyte) and Sperm Collection
  • Embryo Transfer
Service or treatmentEstimated out of pocket expense
Day Surgery Facility Fee and AnaesthetistApproximately $200 – $1,400
Fertility MedicationsApproximately $150 – $200
Embryo Transfer Facility Fee$375
AMH TestApproximately $65 – $85
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)$700
Ovulation Induction (OI)$250
  • For patients that have a current, valid Cycle Consent Form the existing fees will be honoured until 1 May. New fees will apply to all patients from 1 May.
  • All of our egg collection procedures are performed in an accredited Day Surgery under the care of an anaesthetist, which is considered safer and less painful than a procedure carried out under a local anaesthetic.
  • Day Surgery and Anaesthetist fees may vary. These costs may also be covered by your private health insurer, significantly reducing your out-of-pocket cost.
  • Where applicable, there are annual costs up to $600 associated with ongoing storage of oocytes, sperm and embryos.
  • Costs for medications may be less depending on whether you are a Medicare concession cardholder or have reached the Medicare Safety Net.
  • The above mentioned costs are effective 16th March 2020.

The costs of fertility treatment can be a major cause of stress for many Australian couples. We have removed that barrier by providing access to the latest, high-quality fertility treatments at affordable prices.

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