“What will this cost me?”

We understand that cost is an important consideration in deciding to move forward with fertility treatment. These costs can only be accurately determined once a personalized treatment plan has been established. Since we provide you with personalized treatment plans, infertility treatments can vary greatly from patient to patient as well as, from cycle to cycle. This variance makes it difficult to predict costs per treatment cycle. Some of the factors that lead to this variance are as follows; the type of procedure the doctor chooses for your particular situation, the drug regime that is prescribed and some diagnostic tests the doctor may require that are not covered by Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) or other insurance plans.

There are related costs that you should keep in mind, for instance the time you may need to be away from work for daily cycle monitoring, procedures and possible rest days. In addition don’t forget your parking and travel costs. We are located in downtown Toronto. There is parking nearby, but each lot varies in cost. We are located a a block from both the College stations on the University and Yonge Street lines. We are only a few blocks from the Central Downtown Bus Terminal.

Patients who are not covered by the Ontario Provincial Health Plan must pay all of their costs themselves. We will provide receipts, which you may use to acquire reimbursement, that your province or private insurer may offer or a federal tax credit. Thus, we recommend that you keep your receipts.

Since December 22nd 2015, the Ontario Government has provided to CReATe funds for one cycle of IVF and unlimited IUI cycles . This is restricted to women with OHIP who are less than 43 years of age. There are other restrictions and qualifications for funding that your doctor can discuss with you and which are also found at the following website: health.gov.on.ca/en/public/programs/ivf/.

Prices quoted are for Canadian residents only. It should be noted that most infertility investigations are covered by provincial health insurance in Canada.