Which Tests Are Included?
Our package includes test requisitions for all tests needed prior to starting fertility treatment. These include male and female blood tests, ultrasound, HSG and semen analysis. The female blood tests include FSH, AMH, LH, E2, TSH, FT4, PRL and other hormones plus a full STI panel.
How Much Do Tests Cost?
Think of us like skipping the first consultation necessary to order your pre-cycle tests. Your labs will be billed direct to your insurance. Like any normal lab test, you are responsible for any co-pay or deductible based on your insurance.
For blood tests, average co-pay is under $30. If ultrasound is not covered by your insurance, the average out of pocket cost is $200. If HSG is not covered by insurance, it can cost up to $400. Semen Analysis is the one test that is usually not covered by insurance, and the average out of pocket cost is $150-$200.
What Insurance Is Accepted?
We can bill labs to all valid US health insurance including Medicaid. Please note, you are responsible for any co-pays or deductibles for tests.
How Are Tests Done?
We send lab technicians to your home or work to conduct blood tests at no additional charge. For the ultrasound, HSG and semen analysis we will help you find a local imaging center.
Through a traditional fertility clinic, having a consultation, ordering labs, and coming back for a follow-up consultation to review test results and get a treatment plan costs an average of $1,500 and takes an average of 3 months. Through IVF Options, you can order all of your tests online for $150 which includes a virtual consultation. Test results can be ready as soon as 2 weeks from the time of ordering.
How it works:
- Place your order. Provide your payment and insurance information.
- In-Home Blood Tests. We send lab technicians to your home to conduct blood tests.
- Local Labs. Book an appointment at your local lab and imaging center to get your ultrasound, HSG and semen analysis done.
- Virtual Consult. Once your results are in, meet with a fertility specialist online to review your results and understand your treatment options.