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What is the best fertility clinic in Houston?
The best fertility clinic in Houston is a matter of your own personal preferences. From university teaching hospitals and more economical practices starting at $9,995 to high service boutique clinics with prices up to $18,000, the right fertility clinic is a matter of personal preference.
Houston Fertility Clinics by neighborhood:
- Southeast Houston
- Washington Avenue Coalition/Memorial Park
- Northeast Houston
- Greater Hobby Area
Houston is known to be the world capital for a lot of things which include space exploration, air conditioning, international energy industry and petroleum exploration. It is also where the Cajun Chicken was known from and home of the world’s first domes stadium.
This city is where the historic district with 19th century architecture is located and the home of the renowned Houston Grand Opera. It is also known for having graffiti and wall arts that showcase their diverse nature and vibrant culture. Houston have upscale restaurants situated in the area, mostly Tex-Mex, aside from the many taco trucks and shops that can be spotted in different areas. It is definitely the home of taco lovers.
How Much Does IVF Cost in Houston?
The cost of a single IVF cycle in Houston ranges from $9,995 to $18,000 depending on which clinic you select. That’s a $8,005 price difference, depending on which clinic you choose to go for treatment at. A higher price doesn’t always correlate to better success rates or a better patient experience, so we recommend doing your research to make an informed decision.
Typically fertility specialist consultations range from $300 to $500 and are often covered by insurance, even if you don’t have infertility coverage. Medication generally costs $3,000 to $5,000 on top of the IVF treatment cost.
At IVF Options we provide transparency over IVF treatment costs, success rates and patient reviews so you can make an informed decision.
Is IVF Covered by Insurance in Texas?
In Texas insurers are required to offer coverage for In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). This means they are legally obligated to offer the plan to an employer, but the employer is not obligated to include fertility treatments in their plans.
Patients must demonstrate a continuous five-year history of infertility in order to qualify. Religious organizations and self-insured companies are exempt from the mandate.
IVF Success Rates in Houston
Success rates in Houston for women under the age of 35 range from 23.1% to 52.1% per IVF cycle. That’s a 29% difference in the clinic’s ability to help their patients have babies, which greatly impacts the overall cost of your treatment.
The IVF success rate means your likelihood of getting pregnant and delivering a baby, based on which clinic you go to. Price doesn’t always correlate to a higher success rate, so we recommend doing your research and comparing clinics and doctors.
IVF Success Rate data is collected from the CDC’s 2018 Fertility Clinic Success Rates Report. We report on live birth success rates per transfer. This tells you how many cycles with transfers result in a baby. In other cases, there are cycles where an egg is retrieved but there are no embryos to transfer or the cycle is cancelled for whatever reason. Those two scenarios are excluded in this number.
Use IVF Options to compare all Houston fertility clinics prices, success rates and patient reviews. You can book a consultation or request more information from the clinic.
How to Choose a Fertility Clinic?
When considering where to go for IVF treatment, it is important to consider:
- Clinic location
- Cost of IVF treatment
- Success rate in your age range
- Fertility doctors
- Other patient reviews
Take The Next Step
The first step in starting your family is to book a consultation with a Fertility Clinic or reproductive endocrinologist in Houston. Simply click “Contact Clinic” to book a consultation or ask any questions you may have.
If you need any help you can contact us via Live Chat or book a free call with a Fertility Advisor.