IVF with Gender Selection Costs in New York2021-12-22T15:49:48-05:00



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How Much is IVF with Gender Selection in New York?

IVF cycles in New York City start at $7,400 not including medication or genetic testing, which is the procedure used to determine gender selection. Medication costs an average of $4,500 per IVF cycle, which can change based on your prescription protocol. Genetic testing can range from $3,000 to $7,000, and may also have additional costs to transfer the embryos.

The best value IVF with Gender Selection package is $16,500 including IVF, medication and up to 4 embryos being genetically tested at Extend Fertility in New York. For a limited time, you can book a free virtual consultation with any of their fertility specialists.

You can use our free platform to compare IVF prices at other clinics across New York City. We recommend adding an additional $10,000 to clinic IVF prices listed to cover the cost of medication and genetic testing.


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percentage Success Rate 24.2%
IVF Success rate 24.2%
National Average 52%

What is IVF Gender Selection?

Gender selection or sex selection is an advanced IVF (in vitro fertilization) procedure, whereby embryos of a certain sex are identified and transferred into the woman. Some couples wish to use gender selection for family balancing, while others do so to avoid genetic disorders. Whatever your reasons for wanting to choose the gender of your baby or babies, gender selection is can help you build the family you have always dreamed of.

Please note that while genetic testing (also known as PGT) can be used to identify the sex of the embryos, it cannot guarantee that any of the embryos will be of a certain sex. For example, if you wanted to have a daughter, and you had 3 healthy embryos, there is a chance that all of those embryos are male. Genetic testing and gender selection can only identify and subsequently transfer embryos of a certain sex into the woman.


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