Costs

At No. 1 Fertility, it’s our goal to ensure that the opportunity to create a family is accessible to everyone

Costs

At No. 1 Fertility, it’s our goal to ensure that the opportunity to create a family is accessible to everyone

At No.1 Fertility, we believe in complete transparency, providing you with a clear insight into all fertility treatment costs. We are open about your total investment and highlight any rebates you are eligible for so you are clear about your out-of-pocket expenses from the start. 

Our priority is your peace of mind as we guide you towards your parenthood aspirations. After your specialist appointment, our account team will send you an estimated pre-treatment quote for your specific treatment.

The costs outlined below can be used as a guide to get you started.

Treatment Costs - As of January 2024

Our costs cover all treatment management during an individual cycle, including having a No.1 Doctor perform your egg collection, embryo transfer, or insemination. Nursing consultations, counselling, standard embryology procedures, blood tests,  and ultrasounds and ongoing support are also included as part of the treatment cycle.

Cycle Estimated out-of- pocket cost for an initial cycle in a calendar year Estimated out of pocket cost for a subsequent cycle in a calendar year Cycle cost before applicable rebates
Ovulation
induction (no
rebate)
$700.00 $700.00 $700.00
Ovulation
induction- Bloods only(no
rebate)
$75.00 $75.00 $75.00
Intrauterine
insemination (IUI)
$1,250.45 $1,250.45 $2,000.00
IVF stimulated
cycle
$3,850.75 $3,170.25 $9,265.00
IVF stimulated
cycle + ICSI
$4,131.00 $3,450.50 $10,065.00
Frozen embryo
transfer (FET)
$1,715.70 $1,715.70 $3,420.00

* The figures above are an estimate only. Figures have been estimated on the patient having reached the Safety Net threshold for the Calendar Year and hold a valid Medicare Card.

* Please contact the Accounts team for Non Medicare Cycle Fees.

* Day surgery fees, anaesthetic services fees, medications, and cryopreservation fees are paid in addition to the above costs.

* Costs are valid from 1st of January 2024 and can change without notice.

 

Egg Freezing Costs as of January 2024
Cycle Estimated out of pocket cost for an initial cycle in a calendar year Estimated out of pocket cost for a subsequent cycle in a calendar year Cycle cost before applicable rebates
Medical egg freeze $3,581.70 $2,901.20 $8,995.95
Elective egg freeze $4,395.00 $4,395.00 $4,395.00

* The figures above are an estimate only. Figures have been estimated on the patient having reached the Safety Net threshold for the Calendar Year and hold a valid Medicare Card.

* Please contact the Accounts team for Non Medicare Cycle Fees.

* Day surgery fees, anaesthetic services fees, medications, and cryopreservation fees are paid in addition to the above costs.

* Costs are valid from 1st of January 2024 and can change without notice.

Additional Costs - No.1 Fertility Services
Service Estimated out-of-pocket Costs before applicable rebate
HA – Binding sperm
selection
$250.00 $250.00
IMSI ultrastructure
sperm selection
$250.00 $250.00
EmbryoScope plus
timelapse (standard
practice)
$0.00 $0.00
Embryo glue (standard
practice)
$0.00 $0.00
Endometrial biopsy -additional fees for external pathology by Anatpath apply $259.35 $300.00
Open testicular biopsy $1,301.65 $1,800.00
Fine needle testicular
biopsy
$1,014.40 $1,350.00
Sperm freezing $350.00 $350.00
Preimplantation genetic
testing – PGT – A
$780.00 per embryo, capped at $4,680.00 for 6 plus $780.00 per embryo, capped at $4,680.00 for 6 plus
PGT-M ‡ $780.00 per embryo, capped at $4,680.00 for 6 plus $780.00 per embryo capped at $4,680.00 for 6 plus
PGT-SR ‡ $780.00 per embryo, capped at $4,680.00 for 6 plus $780.00 per embryo capped at $4,680.00 for 6 plus
PRP infusion $690.00 $690.00
Cryopreservation for eggs/embryos frozen in a cycle $500.00 $500.00
Ongoing storage for frozen gametes –
6 monthly
$250.00 $250.00

* The figures above are an estimate only. Figures have been estimated on the patient having reached the Safety Net threshold for the Calendar Year.

* Costs are valid from 1st July 2023 and can change without notice.

‡ Medicare rebates may apply depending on eligibility

Additional Costs
Service Cost
Initial consultation with a fertility specialist doctor  $300 approximately
Initial (free) six months of storage of frozen gametes (first six months only for new patients ) $0
Ongoing storage of frozen gametes (6 monthly) $250.00
Medications (3rd party fee – medical egg freeze) Up to $400.00 approximately
Medications (3rd party fee – elective egg freeze) Between $1,500 – $3000.00 approximately
Hospital day admission (3rd party fee – egg collection) Up to $1,210.00 approximately
Anaesthetist (3rd party fee) Up to $450.00 approximately
Ultrasounds (3rd party fee, elective egg freeze) Up to $300.00 per scan with a Medicare rebate approximately

* Third party figures above are approximate estimates only. Services and figures may vary depending on individual circumstances and the above should be used as a guide only.

* Costs are valid from 1st July 2023 and can change without notice.

Day Surgery and Anesthetist

Day surgery theatre admission costs are payable in addition to the No.1 Fertility cycle fees. These fees are often covered by private health insurance; however, you will need to check with your insurer to determine if you are covered for IVF procedures.

If you want to know more about your hospital fees and charges, contact the Epworth Freemasons or service provider directly. For egg collection, the relevant item number is 13212 and without private health insurance the cost for admission for this procedure is $1,210.00.

Procedures performed under anaesthetic will incur an additional charge for an anaesthetist of up to $450.00.

# Fees correct as of 1 July 2023; Medicare rebates may apply depending on eligibility and the number of embryos tested.