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  • Francesca Bianchi

How much does Social Freezing cost? Prices and details of the service in Next Fertility ProCrea

If you are reading this article, it is probably because you have already read about how egg cryopreservation is done in Next Fertility ProCrea (link to the article “What is Social Freezing”).

Maybe you are at the stage of your life where you want to travel, dedicate yourself to studying, start a new master's degree, start a career without having to give up or, more simply, you are waiting for the ideal partner to make your dream of starting a family come true.

Whatever your motivation, opting for social freezing for possible future use of your eggs may be the solution to postpone your desire for motherhood until the time you consider most appropriate.

But how much does social freezing cost at Next Fertility ProCrea?

At Next Fertility ProCrea, our Swiss clinic of excellence based in Lugano, the egg cryopreservation process takes place in the IVF laboratory accredited according to ISO15189, a reference standard for the accreditation of the quality and competence of medical laboratories, which guarantees high safety standards and uses the most advanced technology for egg preservation.

What does social freezing treatment involve?

  • Pre-treatment visit and cycle planning

  • Visits and ultrasound examinations during ovarian stimulation

  • Hormone dosages during stimulation

  • Hospital room before and after collection

  • Egg retrieval in the operating room under anesthesia

  • Cryopreservation of eggs for the first three years

The price for fertility preservation is therefore €2,900 ( €300: annual extension for egg cryopreservation from the fourth year onwards).

During the first consultation, one of our reproductive medicine specialists will explain the entire procedure to you in detail and the patient care team will create a personalized price list for you based on the recommended procedure with all the details.

Scientific studies have shown that cryopreserved eggs have a comparable success rate to fresh ones in in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures, especially with better quality eggs from younger women.

Do you have any further questions?

If you have any further questions about social freezing, you can write to us at , we will be happy to answer them!



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