When considering cost, GayParentsToBe offers multiple financial packages surrounding the medical aspects of family building—including a Surrogacy Plan and a Donor Egg Opportunity Plan.
Our Finance Team understands your insurance benefits as a LGBT couple or single. We work directly with you and your insurance provider to determine your level of coverage and any out-of-pocket expenses.
GayParentsToBe, in partnership with Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT), understands that the LGBT family building process involves many important financial considerations. Our financial counselors will guide you through each step, outlining costs of lab and surgical procedures, the egg or sperm donor, and the gestational carrier. For more information and current pricing, please contact the finance department at RMACT.
The Success Matters Guarantee Plan
The Success Matters Guarantee Plan covers the full range of services you need from RMACT, including medical consultation and screening of the egg donor and gestational carrier, cycle monitoring, semen analysis, sperm cryopreservation if needed and embryo cryopreservation with one year of embryo storage. It also covers the following services for the donor and gestational carrier.
The Surrogacy Opportunity Plan
This plan is meant to serve couples and individuals who want to move forward with family building using a surrogate or gestational carrier.
The Donor Egg Opportunity Plan
To help make the option of donor egg available and more affordable for couples who do not have insurance coverage for fertility treatments, RMA of Connecticut offers the Donor Egg Opportunity Plan.
The Fertility Consultation Opportunity Plan
Setting up a new patient consultation to diagnose infertility without insurance coverage can be expensive. To make sure our patients can access the high-quality reproductive care they need at the most affordable price, GayParentsToBe has developed the Fertility Consultation Opportunity Plan.
The Fertility Work-Up Opportunity Plan
For patients who do not have insurance coverage for the diagnosis of infertility, RMA of Connecticut has created the Fertility Work-Up Opportunity Plan. This Plan allows patients to pay a flat fee for diagnostic testing that will help determine their individualized treatment plan.
The IUI Opportunity Plan
In most cases, couples who are having trouble conceiving and achieving a successful pregnancy are treated with ovulation induction and artificial insemination. These procedures are among the most widely used and successful treatment options in reproductive medicine. With the IUI Opportunity Plan, patients at GayParentsToBe who do not have insurance coverage pay one price for up to three cycles of ovulation induction with oral medications and intrauterine insemination.
The IVF Opportunity Plan
Many couples who want to have a baby are treated with in vitro fertilization (IVF). To help make this option available to as many patients as possible, GayParentsToBe offers the IVF Opportunity Plan—a unique service and payment plan exclusively available to patients at RMACT who do not have insurance coverage for infertility treatment.
The Simple Cycle Plan
The Simple Cycle Plan is an option for women who do not want to use medications to stimulate follicular development. In some cases, they make this decision because they want to limit the number of embryos created. We encourage all patients to work closely with their doctor to understand the role of fertility medications in treatment and determine whether the Simple Cycle Plan is a good option for you.
The IVF with Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) Opportunity Plan
When IVF is required for a patient to conceive, RMACT has the ability to screen each embryo for chromosomal abnormalities before the embryo is transferred back into the uterus. The purpose of Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS ) is to identify and only transfer embryos that do not have abnormalities in their number of chromosomes.
Patients who could benefit from PGS include: women 35 or older, those with multiple failed IVF cycles and patients with recurrent miscarriages.