The cost of the IVF program today is 164,750 rubles including dispensary observation.
Citizens of the Russian Federation, as well as persons specified in Article 10 of the Federal Law of 29.11.2010 No. 326-FZ "On Compulsory Medical Insurance in the Russian Federation "are entitled to free IVF under the State Guarantee Program, paid for from the federal budget, the budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, local budgets, compulsory medical insurance funds.
If you have questions about treatment, you can send ALL test results and statements in the Personal Account on the website www.ma-ma.ru/contacts/question/
Standard IVF Program is used to achieve pregnancy when other fertility treatments have failed.
Basic IVF program costs from 121,500 rubles. without taking into account the preliminary examination of the couple.
Stages of the BASIC IVF program:
• Stage I - stimulation of superovulation using a long or short protocols and the use of agonists or antagonists.
• Stage II - transvaginal puncture of the ovaries to obtain eggs.
• Stage III - fertilization, followed by culturing the embryos.
• Stage IV - transfer of embryos into the uterine cavity.
If the medical features of achieving pregnancy in patients are beyond the scope of the BASIC IVF program, then pregnancy is still possible, but at the expense of other programs of assisted reproductive technologies.
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IVF programs Compulsory health insurance
You can undergo IVF procedure free of charge under the policy of compulsory health insurance.
Includes stimulation of superovulation using long or short protocols using agonists or antagonists, oocyte retrieval, invitro fertilization, including ICSI (introcytoplasmic sperm injection), embryo cultivation, embryo transfer into the uterine cavity, embryo cryopreservation.
Medical services that can be carried out in IVF programs for compulsory medical insurance, but payment is made at the expense of personal funds and other funds provided for by the legislation of the Russian Federation , excluding OMC
• Use of donor oocytes, donor sperm, donor embryos.
• Storage and transportation (if necessary) of cryopreserved embryos.
• Genetic testing of one or both parents, as well as preimplantation genetic diagnosis.
Two years ago, I was in gynecology, there was a girl who was brought in with the threat of miscarriage (she got pregnant through Eko). The first Eco in Russia is done free of charge if you are a young family and cannot have children for medical reasons. That girl had a miscarriage from the first Eco, this was the second, she paid about 200 thousand for it, plus all kinds of examinations, analyzes, medications, in total about 260. It was 2013