Shared Hope IVF Program

Shared Hope IVF Discount Program makes IVF affordable | Arizona Reproductive Medicine Specialists

Reduce the cost of IVF by donating your eggs

Share the hope of having a family with another woman or couple. Receive a discount on your IVF treatment by donating some of your eggs through Donor Egg Bank USA. Participate in one of three ways.

Egg Donation Basics

Program details

Receive First – $1,500 IVF Cycle

The patient gets the first six mature eggs available, and Donor Egg Bank USA gets all other eggs.

Conditions:

  • Must meet ARMS egg donor criteria
  • Must be accepted into the Donor Egg Bank USA program
  • Must complete and pass all screening to be an egg donor
 
  • All treatment services provided by ARMS up to and including the egg retrieval.
  • ICSI.
  • Culture through to blastocyst.
  • Cryopreservation of embryos.
  • Storage for six months.
  • All treatment services provided by ARMS for the first frozen embryo transfer.
  • Mental health screening.
  • Diagnostic tests prior to treatment.
  • All obstetrical visits after becoming pregnant including obstetrical ultrasounds.
  • Anesthesia for IVF procedures.
  • Storage of eggs, embryos or sperm longer than six months.
  • PGS/PGD testing (paid directly to the genetics lab)
  • All medications.

IVF for as low as $1,500.  Lowest cost in Arizona!

The Receive First option is the most inexpensive IVF program offered within the state of Arizona. Contact us online or call (602) 351-5327 to get started.

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Donate First – $4,800 IVF Cycle

Donor Egg Bank USA gets the first six mature eggs available, and the patient gets all other eggs.

Conditions

  • Must meet ARMS egg donor criteria
  • Must be accepted into the Donor Egg Bank USA program
  • Must complete and pass all screening to be an egg donor
 
  • All treatment services provided by ARMS up to and including the egg retrieval.
  • ICSI.
  • Culture through to blastocyst.
  • Cryopreservation of embryos.
  • Storage for six months.
  • All treatment services provided by ARMS for the first frozen embryo transfer.
  • Mental health screening.
  • Diagnostic tests prior to treatment.
  • All obstetrical visits after becoming pregnant including obstetrical ultrasounds.
  • Anesthesia for IVF procedures.
  • Storage of eggs, embryos or sperm longer than six months.
  • PGS/PGD testing (paid directly to the genetics lab)
  • All medications.

IVF Now, Donate Later – $6,000 up front

The patient gets use of the first six mature eggs, while other eggs are frozen and allocated into lots based on the grouping criteria of Donor Egg Bank USA and held for the patient’s future use if not pregnant. If the patient conceives and the pregnancy makes it to a live birth, then the rest of the eggs are released to Donor Egg Bank USA.

If the patient does not have a live birth with the first six eggs, the patient may undergo another cycle using an egg lot, if available, for a cost of $4,500. If the patient conceives and the pregnancy makes it to a live birth at this time, then the rest of the eggs are released to Donor Egg Bank USA

If the patient does not conceive, she may repeat again, as above, until all of the egg lots are used or the patient has a live birth.

Conditions

  • Must meet ARMS egg donor criteria
  • Must be accepted into the Donor Egg Bank USA program
  • Must complete and pass all screening to be an egg donor
 
  • All treatment services provided by ARMS up to and including the egg retrieval.
  • ICSI.
  • Culture through to blastocyst.
  • Cryopreservation of embryos.
  • Storage for six months.
  • All treatment services provided by ARMS for the first frozen embryo transfer.
  • Mental health screening.
  • Diagnostic tests prior to treatment.
  • All obstetrical visits after becoming pregnant including obstetrical ultrasounds.
  • Anesthesia for IVF procedures.
  • Storage of eggs, embryos or sperm longer than six months.
  • PGS/PGD testing (paid directly to the genetics lab)
  • All medications.

Screening criteria for egg donors

Donor criteria

  • Age
    • Tubal ligation patients:
      • Age 21 to 32 inclusive.
    • All others:
      • Age 21 to 28 inclusive.
  • BMI: 18 – 28.
  • Height: 4’11” – 6’2″.
  • Non-smoking.
  • Infertility diagnosis (any one or combination).
    • Chronic anovulation.
    • Clear male-factor infertility.
    • Clear tubal factor infertility.

Ovarian reserve testing

  • AMH greater than or equal to 3.0.
    • Repeat annually if no cycle was completed in prior 12 months.
  • AFC greater than or equal to 24.
  • FSH < 9.0 (Day 2, 3 or 4) with E2 < 75.

Drug screening

  • Amphetamine
  • Barbiturate
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Cannabinoid
  • Cocaine (metabolite)
  • Opiates (which include codeine and morphine only)
  • Phencyclidine

Genetic history assessment

Counsyl testing using the required panel. Cannot have any of the following disorders:

  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Spinal muscular atrophy
  • Fragile X (blood)

Psychological testing

  • MMPI
  • PAI (as needed)
  • Counseling visit with a psychologist or social worker

Additional health screenings

  • Pap smear (according to ACOG guidelines)
  • Infectious disease testing (according to FDA regulations).