IVF Process & Cost (Including Reciprocal IVF)

Your conception journey will entail many of the same procedures as it does for heterosexual couples. It also comes with a unique set of decisions, extra steps, and legal and financial considerations.

When a fertility clinic isn't designed to understand those pieces, they're at risk of falling through the cracks. So at Oma Fertility, they're part of your care plan, built into our internal processes, and streamlined by your care advocate.

We’re on it.

We only partner with LGBTQIA+ welcoming sperm donor banks and other third-party services.
We coordinate with third-party services so there’s less on your to-do list.
Our staff is trained in protocols for processes common in same-sex fertility care, like using donor sperm.
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Your care plan might include:

Sperm Donation
Work with our sperm bank partner to select the donor. After your selection, our team will help you to handle the sample. Your care advocate will guide you through every aspect of this process.
Your Oma team can help guide you in choosing one partner for both the egg retrieval and carrying the pregnancy, or in coordinating reciprocal IVF, in which one partner carries an embryo made with the other partner’s egg. You can opt for standard IVF or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), during which a single sperm is injected into each egg.
Embryo Transfer
The doctor will meet with you to determine the best transfer plan. Quality embryos left over can be frozen for use in future IVF cycles.

Getting started

Every step of your fertility journey should be clear and smooth—including the first step. Here’s how getting started works at Oma.

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  • 1
    Talk to a care advocate and fertility doctor
    Tell us about yourself in our contact form. A care advocate will reach out to talk about your goals and history (they'll be your point-person going forward). A fertility doctor will then review your goals and history with you and prescribe tests like blood work and ultrasounds.
  • 2
    Review your care plan and costs
    Once your test results come back, your doctor will propose a care plan, answer questions, and adjust if needed. A financial coordinator will detail your treatment cost, a minumum and maximum for medication (you’ll pay the pharmacy directly), and financing options.
  • 3
    Begin treatment
    We'll schedule each step of the process and coordinate with your pharmacy.

Expect better.

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