Coverage of costs by insurance providers

The payment of medically assisted reproduction treatments by insurance providers works as follows:

Ovarian stimulation with insemination

Before the age of 40, consultations and assessment of infertility (including surgical interventions) as well as 12 months of ovarian stimulation and three intra-uterine inseminations are generally coveredby compulsory health insurance.

Before starting these treatments, we nevertheless systematically send your insurance provider a request for confirmation of reimbursement.

After the age of 40, payment for consultations and assessment of infertility, as well as ovarian stimulation with intra-uterine insemination or controlled sexual activity may be refused by compulsory health insurance.

If your health insurance provider tells us that, in response to our prior request, coverage of these costs is refused, the doctor will appeal to your insurance provider's medical adviser and attempt to obtain cover. If the health insurance provider continues to refuse, we are obliged to send you the bill directly for you to pay.

IVF and IVF-ICSI treatments

IVF and IVF-ICSI treatments, thawing cycles and the cryopreservation of spermatozoids, testicular biopsies, egg cells, embryos and ovarian tissue are not covered by compulsory health insurance or by additional insurances. 

In our unit, specific fees are set for these treatments. These fees are payable by you. The detailed prices are shown below.

Costs of MAR treatments

In addition, as soon as an IVF or IVF-ICSI treatment is started, these conditions apply also to the consultations and investigations linked to these treatments. These services are not paid by compulsory health insurance and you will be invoiced directly.


 Last updated on 17/07/2018 at 09:58