IVF treatment prices
Rotunda IVF Headline pricing
Costs and treatments between clinics do vary, so it is important to have clarity to help you to make an informed choice.
We strongly believe in transparency over pricing – the list below is our headline pricing. For an extensive list of our prices, please download our complete price down below.
Principal Treatment Procedures
IVF treatment procedure charges include planning and co-ordination, ultrasound scans (carried out as part of the procedure), administration, anaesthesia, doctors / nursing fees and laboratory fees. Your 1st Beta HCG and 1st Ob. scan after IVF are also included free of charge. Medications, blood tests (excluding cycle monitoring bloods), and counsellor’s fees are not included. Patients are asked to note that payment is due prior to each treatment cycle.
Cycle prices listed below, include Cycle Monitoring Bloods at first and final scan. A cycle co-ordination & monitoring fee of €1,000 (non-refundable) is required for IVF and Egg Freezing cycles. This fee will be deducted from the cost of treatment.
|Egg Donation -Simply Key ID||€7950|
|Egg freezing ( incl egg collection + 1st year storage)||€3000|
|Donor Sperm Identifiable (for 1 IVF Cycle )||€1080|
|Donor Sperm Identifiable (for 3 IUI Cycles )||€2900|
|Return / Review Consultation||€100|
|EU Viral Screening||€150|
Patients are asked to note payment is due prior to each treatment cycle.
Further procedures or investigations will not be carried out if you have an outstanding balance on your account. Medication costs are additional.
Payment for additional bloods is due before you leave the clinic as you give them down to reception.
Methods of payment accepted by Rotunda IVF
- Most major Credit / Debit / Laser cards
- Postal Order
- Bank Draft
- Bank Transfer
Cheques, Drafts and Postal Orders must be made payable to Rotunda IVF.
If you wish to pay by Bank Transfer, please quote your Client ID when you are arranging this form of payment. Your client ID is on the top right hand side of any invoice you receive from us, it is C followed by five numbers.
- Tax Relief
You may be able to claim tax relief on the costs involved in IVF treatment under the tax relief for medical expenses scheme, once a qualifying practitioner carries out the treatment. Details of forms, tax reliefs and qualifying practitioners are available on www.revenue.ie.
- Drug Payment Scheme
Drugs used as part of fertility treatment are also covered under the Drugs Payment Scheme. Under the Drugs Payment Scheme, an individual or family in Ireland only has to pay a maximum of €120 (from January 2010) for approved prescribed drugs, medicines and certain appliances for use by that person or their family in that month.
- Your Health Insurance Plan
If you are planning to have a family, you may want to choose a private health insurance plan that offers cover for infertility treatment as well as good maternity cover. To be covered, you must have your private health insurance for a year before you have your baby – or a year before you start any fertility treatment. The cover you get for IVF under private health insurance is limited – and is only available from some insurers and under certain plans.