One in six Australian couples will have a fertility issue at some point in their lives and one in 10 couples will have trouble conceiving their second child. You are not alone.
Don’t panic, your fertility journey doesn’t have to be an express service straight to IVF. Some simple changes can improve your chance of conceiving naturally.
It's important to remember the emotions, worries and thoughts you are currently trying to deal with are valid and common. You are not alone. Read on
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The World Health Organisation predicts that infertility will be the third most serious health condition in the 21st Century
We're dedicated to helping you achieve your dream - taking home a healthy baby. We offer a range of services - from IVF to genetic diagnosis of pre-implantation embryos - all with the aim of easing your journey to successful pregnancy.
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Our intention, driven by 25 years of planning, compassion and research investment, is to put our words into action for you so that you can feel assured that there is no better care and no better chance of a healthy baby to be found. Anywhere.
Because of the care, technology and expertise we put into your care, you’ll have a better chance of taking home a baby.
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Choosing the right fertility clinic is a big and important decision and we understand that a big factor can be cost. Genea is upfront about both IVF costs and your chances of success. When comparing the cost of IVF, it’s imperative that you research which clinic will give you the best chance of taking home a healthy baby.
Put simply, the quicker you achieve a pregnancy, the less expensive treatment will be and that's where Genea’s world leading science plays a critical role.
When reviewing costs, you need to consider this;
Below items included in the cost of your cycle fee:
Please note these prices are a guide only, and subject to change. If attending a regional clinic please confirm with the clinic and/or the day hospital for current pricing.
Fees are current as at January 2016.
Estimated Out-of-Pocket Costs 1st cycle of Calendar Year (Safety Net not reached)
Estimated Out-of-Pocket Costs subsequent cycles (Safety Net reached)
Some patients elect to have genetic analysis of their embryos, or also require additional science services. Listed below is an outline of these costs, which are conducted in our laboratories by Australia’s most experienced embryologists using our world leading science.
We are very upfront about our costs and are happy to talk them through with you. Come in and have an obligation free chat with Genea’s Fertility Advisor, who will take you through the figures so you can consider what is best for you.
Genea treatment costs are made up of the components shown below. It is worth noting, Genea doesn’t require an upfront payment. We won’t process any payments until after your procedure, whether you are paying by credit card or direct from a bank account.
Your first appointment will be with a Genea Fertility Specialist who will review your medical history and develop a treatment plan tailored specifically for you. Your doctor will charge for your first appointment, a cost which attracts a Medicare rebate. We strongly advise your referral from your GP or gynaecologist/obstetrician includes both you and your partner’s names so you can claim the maximum benefit. If you have already reached the Medicare Safety Net, your rebate will be even higher.
Day surgery theatre and accommodation costs are often covered by private health insurance but if you have limited or no health fund cover, the procedure costs at a Genea day surgery unit will be up to $1,860 for both egg collection and embryo transfer or $315 for an IUI (non claimable). Most of our procedures are done under local anaesthetic, which is included in the cycle costs above. However, in some circumstances general anaesthetic may be required which would incur an additional cost.
Not all clinics allow patients to stay awake during the procedures but we find many of our patients prefer to be awake. This means your partner can be present and you’re able to discuss egg numbers and embryo quality with your doctor and embryologist. Some clinics insist on general anaesthetic, leaving you to wake up with the number of eggs collected written on your hand.
Simply register your payment method securely online at the start of your treatment and we will take care of the rest.
To make things easy, you will receive an SMS before the payment is processed. For IVF cycles we will lodge your claims for you. You can expect your Medicare Rebate within five working days.
Day surgery theatre and accommodation costs are often covered by private health insurance but if you have limited or no health fund cover, the procedure costs at a Genea day surgery unit will be up to $1,860 for both egg collection and embryo transfer or $315 for an IUI (non claimable). Most of our procedures are done under local anaesthetic, which is included in the cycle costs above.
If your health fund is not on this list, please check with them regarding your cover for treatment with Genea.
When considering costs, at Genea there are options available to assist. If you would like to discuss these options further, please contact one of our Patient Relationship Coordinators on 02 9229 6420 or you can visit:
Deciding to undertake IVF in the hope of achieving your dream of taking home a healthy baby is one of the toughest, most emotional choices you will make. And the factors you take into consideration when making that decision are entirely personal. While some facets of the decision can be based on facts and figures, other issues, such as your relationship with your fertility specialist and your impression of the team at the clinic, are unique to you and your partner.
We understand that it is hard to compare IVF clinics and that the raft of different success rates and performance evaluations promoted by clinics can be confusing when you are simply trying the find the clinic which will offer you the best possible chance of taking home a healthy baby.
For more information on what you should look at, please view our piece "Comparing IVF clinics"
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