A Fertility Associates doctor or nurse can give you an individualised indication of what costs will be involved at each step of your treatment pathway - and if you have any questions along the way, please contact your nursing team who will be happy to talk it through with you.
At your first appointment a fertility doctor will outline your options and suggest a personalised treatment plan. They may also advise fertility tests at this time to help with diagnosis and treatment selection.
For a guideline of the costs involved please take a look at the fertility treatment costs section of our website here.
Many clinics make promises, but we put ourselves on the line with our Fertility Cover programme.
Just like nature, fertility treatment may take some time to achieve success. The chance of having a child after 1, 2, 3 or more cycles is called a cumulative pregnancy rate.
Our Fertility Cover programme gives you 3 chances to have a baby, with a 70% refund of the IVF cost if you are unsuccessful. The programme has been going for 3 years, with 80% of people starting Fertility Cover having a baby. More
Fertility Associates provides publicly funded treatment across New Zealand. Criteria does apply. You must see a Fertility Specialist to assess your eligibility. Many patients use a combination of public and private funding to maximise their overall chance of having a child. More
Secure and easy to use, our online bill payment system is easy to use and has no hidden costs. More
Ethics Applications are required for Surrogacy, Donor egg PLUS Donor sperm, Donor Embryos & Donation between family members. To find out more you can download our Ethics Applications Price Guide.