Dr Rachael Knight, Dr Raelia Lew and the team at Life Fertility Clinic Melbourne, are one of the most competitively priced Full Service IVF clinics in Victoria.

If you are considering fertility treatment it is important to remember that not everyone needs IVF. Dr Rachael Knight and the team at Life Fertility Clinic Melbourne can also help you if your personal situation requires a simpler approach, for example low cost ovulation induction or artificial insemination (IUI).

We know that treatment costs can be confusing, and we are always happy to answer any questions that you may have.

IVF Costs Melbourne

At Life Fertility Clinic Melbourne we think it’s important that you understand all of the costs associated with your IVF treatment. The costs in the below table also includes all of the consultations with Dr Rachael Knight or Dr Raelia Lew (that are associated with your IVF treatment cycle), as well as an estimate of your Day Hospital fees.

If you are comparing the costs at Life Fertility Clinic Melbourne to other IVF Clinics in Melbourne, it is important to make sure that the IVF costs you are comparing also includes doctor consultations and hospital fees.

Provided below are the out-of-pocket costs (IVF costs after all Medicare Rebates and Safety Net Benefits are claimed) associated with a typical IVF treatment cycle (Freeze all IVF Cycle, followed by Frozen Embryo Transfer) at Life Fertility Clinic Melbourne. However, every patient is unique, and we will always provide you with a formal quote once your personalised IVF treatment plan has been finalised.

Treatment – First IVF Cycle in a calendar year – freeze all embryos Medicare Item Code (if applicable) Approx. Cost (after Medicare Rebates and Safety net refund)
IVF treatment cycle, doctor consultations, nurse appointments, scans 13200 $2,735
IVF cycle management and egg collection 13209, 13212 $1,545
Day Hospital fees
Anaesthetist fees
Not Applicable $0-$1,740
(depending on your Private Health Insurance, if you have it)
Medication (estimate) Not Applicable $250
Embryo freezing and 12 months storage Not Applicable Included
TOTAL $4,530 – $7,270 approx.

As part of your IVF Freeze All Cycle any suitable embryos created are frozen. You will then typically have a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) cycle. Your first FET will cost you around $740 (this includes all your doctor fees, procedure fees, treatment room fees, and is your final cost after Medicare Rebates have been received).

If you are comparing costs with other clinics in Melbourne you should ask them for costs associated with all the items listed above. Some clinics only quote the price for Medicare item code 13200 on their websites.

Your subsequent IVF cycle costs (in the same calendar year) will be reduced and cost approx. $2,635 (more if you do not have private health insurance).

If you are having treatment using Donor Sperm, this can be done in Brisbane, and you can find these costs here.

How much does Egg Freezing cost?

Elective egg freezing is an increasingly popular option for women who want to preserve their fertility for future pregnancy. Egg freezing at Life Fertility Clinic Melbourne gives you the flexibility to start a family when the time is right for you.

At Life Fertility Clinic Melbourne, you can expect a fee of $5,100 for your first egg freezing cycle (this includes 12 months storage). For subsequent cycles in the same calendar year, the fee is $4,800.

Medications for the treatment, which can vary, will be an additional fee of approximately $1,500 (paid to the pharmacy). Counselling is needed prior to the first cycle and costs approximately $110.

There are additional fees associated with egg collection at Frances Perry House. You should expect to pay up to $1,750 to the hospital, and up to $450 to the anaesthetist.

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