About

MY Fertility

SOUTH AFRICA

ABOUT US

My Fertility SA (MFSA) is a medical tourism company dedicated to helping those seeking excellent and affordable fertility treatment abroad, particularly in South Africa. We have sought out and teamed up with the very best fertility clinics in the country; all of whom are extremely passionate about assisting couples, single-parents and the LGBTQ community, desperate to start their own families through Artificial Reproductive Treatments (ART).

MFSA TEAM

Carel van der Merwe

Carel van der Merwe

Founder

Hi, my name is Carel van der Merwe. I am a South African native and have been living in Connecticut for the past 20 years.

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Your Journey to Fertility starts here

Email carel@myfertilitysa.com  
Tel: (203) 434 2286 
Address: 41 Wolfpit Ave, Apt 1K Norwalk, CT 06851

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Stats from My Fertility SA’s preferred clinics

The governing body for fertility treatment in South Africa, SASREG, is responsible for gathering data on success rates which is based on clinical pregnancies, not live births as is the case in the US. The main reason for this is because the more successful clinics tend to treat a high proportion of international patients that end up giving birth in their home countries which makes it hard to track live births.

Success rates for My Fertility SA’s preferred clinics in South Africa compare well with clinics in the US. This is due to the quality and experience of the IVF clinics and staff. The laboratories are state of the art and all the latest treatment options and protocols are available.

Although the clinic you choose to perform your IVF treatment can greatly affect the success of your outcome, your chances of having a pregnancy and a live birth when using ART are influenced by many factors, some of which are patient-related and outside a clinic’s control (for example, the patient’s age or the cause of infertility). It is always best to speak to your physician about your particular situation to get a better understanding of your chance of success.

Below are some stats provided by the preferred clinics and donor agencies that My Fertility SA has partnered with.

CPR per IVF/icsi cycle (below age 39)

CPR per IVF/icsi cycle (above age 39)

CPR per IVF/icsi cycle (below age 39)

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MFSA Clinic (Aevitas 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

CPR per IVF/icsi cycle (above age 39)

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MFSA Clinic (Vitalab 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

CPR Per Frozen Egg Transfer

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MFSA Clinic (Vitalab 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

CPR Per Fresh Egg Transfer

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MFSA Clinic (Vitalab 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

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MFSA Clinic (Aevitas 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

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MFSA Clinic (Vitalab 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

CPR Per Frozen Egg Transfer

CPR Per Fresh Egg Transfer

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MFSA Clinic (Vitalab 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

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MFSA Clinic (Vitalab 2016 Stats)

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US National Avg (2016 Art National Summary Report)

Number of fresh donors readily available

Annual number of cycles (4 clinics)

Number of international patients (4 clinics)

EGG/SPERM/EMBRYO

DONATION

We work closely with South Africa’s leading egg donor agencies, Egg Donation SA and Nurture Egg Donation Agency.

South Africa is renowned as a rainbow nation, so we have access to a vast and diverse genetic pool of incredible donors; all of which are available to our clients.

Egg Donation South Africa (EDSA)

Egg Donation South Africa (EDSA) was founded in 2007 and is run by a group of like-minded medical and science professionals, each of whom is highly experienced in the field of IVF.

Nurture Egg Donation Agency

Nurture has completed over 2,500 egg donor cycles and has a success rate of approximately 70%. Their donor egg program is the only FDA accredited program in South Africa.

Conception Sperm Donation

Conception Sperm Donation (CSD) is run by a team of reproductive medicine specialists and scientists within a fertility clinic set up. We are based at the iconic Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital on Cape Town’s Foreshore.

Egg Donation South Africa (EDSA)

Egg Donation South Africa (EDSA) was founded in 2007 and is run by a group of like-minded medical and science professionals, each of whom is highly experienced in the field of IVF.

Nurture Egg Donation Agency

Nurture has completed over 2,500 egg donor cycles and has a success rate of approximately 70%. Their donor egg program is the only FDA accredited program in South Africa.

Conception Sperm Donation

Conception Sperm Donation (CSD) is run by a team of reproductive medicine specialists and scientists within a fertility clinic set up. We are based at the iconic Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital on Cape Town’s Foreshore.

packages

IVF Package

Price includes preliminary consultation, treatment plan, sperm analysis, egg retrieval, general anaesthesia, ICSI, extended cultivation, assisted hatching and embryo transfer.

Medication for cycle: $800 – $1500

Agency fee: $500

starting at

$4000

Donor Package (6 Fresh eggs)

Price includes preliminary consultation, treatment plan, recipient medication, IVF, donor’s stimulation, donor compensation, egg retrieval and general anaesthesia, extended cultivation, assisted hatching and embryo transfer.

Agency fee: $750

starting at

$8300

Donor Package (6 Frozen eggs)

Price includes donor matching, donor medical tests, recipient IVF/ICSI and frozen embryo transfer.

Agency fee: $500

starting at

$6200

Egg Freezing Package

Includes initial consultation, medication, monitoring, retrieval and vitrification.

Agency fee: $500

starting at

$4100

All inclusive Package

Includes economy flight from NY, 2 week accommodation, all treatment options under IVF package, medication and agency fee.

starting at

$8800

Possible Extras:

Embryo freezing: $ 160

Embryo storage per year: $ 170

Sperm freezing: $ 60

Sperm storage per year: $ 170

Donor sperm: $ 320

Embryo glue: $ 80

PICSI: $ 220

Embryoscope ®: $ 360

Our Agency Service includes

  • Free initial Skype conference call to explain what you could expect in terms of fertility treatment in South Africa and which clinics/physicians to consider.
  • Unique access to the best fertility doctors at the top clinics in South Africa.
  • Careful coordination of your trip in cooperation with your IVF doctor and nurse consultant.
  • Priority booking for donor egg recipients at top donor agencies in South Africa.
  • Arranging flights to Cape Town/Johannesburg.
  • Currency conversion discounts.
  • Concierge shuttle service to and from airport.
  • Arranging accommodation to suit your budget. Discounts available on select hotels and apartments.
  • Advice on tourist options and help arranging optional safaris/day trips. Discounts available on tours booked with GiltEdge.
  • Agency fee discount (50% off agency fee for repeat cycles if no confirmed pregnancy on the first attempt).
  • Personalized support available 7 days a week.

Prices are based on the exchange rate of R14.25/USD and are subject to change. My Fertility SA will send an itemized bill prior to treatment. Prices above are exempt from tax (VAT).

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WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER SOUTH AFRICA FOR ART:

  • You will find a warm and caring team to assist you on this journey. The clinics and physicians we partner with are proud of their personalized and responsive approach and have received many positive endorsements from their patients.  
  • The cost advantage of seeking fertility treatment in South Africa is significant. On average the cost of fertility treatment is roughly a quarter of what similar treatment would cost in the US. 
  • Cape Town not only offers international patients world-class fertility treatments, but your treatment package is combined with the unique opportunity to explore the best city in the world; voted as such for the last 7 years. We are happy to offer advice and arrange tourist excursions or safaris to experience some of the wonders of South Africa. 
  • My Fertility SA offers a concierge service that ensures you will be looked after from the moment you decide to have your treatment in South Africa. This could include recommendations on clinics/donor agencies, setting up initial consultations, booking flights and accommodation and coordinating with the clinic/donor agency to ensure a smooth visit.
  • We have partnered up with the top clinics in Cape Town and Johannesburg which have the highest pregnancy success rates in the country, comparable to some of the best clinics in the US. 
  • State-of-the-art laboratories including fully-equipped theatres for procedures  
  • Our Partner clinics are largely focussed on serving international patients, so they are more than capable of meeting overseas patients’ requirements
  • English is the native language in South Africa
  • Once you have chosen a preferred clinic, your own dedicated IVF Coordinator will be assigned to you. They will assist you from the start to the very end of your IVF journey
  • Our Fertility Specialists are the best in their fields and include some of the pioneers of fertility treatment in South Africa. Some of the milestones our physicians have achieved include the first pregnancy from an egg donor in South Africa (1986), the first frozen embryo pregnancy in South Africa (1988) and the first ICSI baby born in South Africa (1995).
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Partners

Aevitas - Professor Thinus Kruger

Prof Kruger, the founder of the first IVF clinic in South Africa (Tygerberg Fertility Clinic, Stellenbosch University), is also the proud co-founder and partner of Aevitas Fertility Clinic, established in 2003.

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Cape Fertility Clinic - Dr Paul Le Roux

Dr Paul Le Roux is a Director, and the CEO, of Cape Fertility. He is a registered Specialist in Reproductive Medicine with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.

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Cape Fertility Clinic - Dr Sulaiman Heylen

Dr Heylen is registered as an obstetrician and gynaecologist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and as a Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine with the same body. He is the Chairman of Cape Fertility.

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HART - Dr Klaus Wiswedel

Dr. Wiswedel is globally respected for pioneering fertility treatment in South Africa.

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Vitalab - Dr Chris Venter

Dr Chris Venter completed his undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Pretoria  in 1994 and 2002 respectively.

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Treatments

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is very similar to IVF, in that the sperm and eggs are collected from each partner, however, they differ in the method of engineering fertilisation. Read more

Embryo Freezing

Women in their late 30s who still want to defer pregnancy for some years, and who are in a stable relationship, may consider embryo rather than egg freezing. Read more

Physiological Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (PICSI)

PICSI (Physiological Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is an added sperm selection device when it comes to ICSI, that works to select the best possible sperm for fertilisation in IVF. Read more

IVF with Donor Sperm

IVF with sperm donation involves using donor sperm cells rather than of a male partner, to fertilise a woman’s eggs in a laboratory. Read more

IVF with Donor Eggs

This form of assisted reproduction involves eggs retrieval from young, healthy donors fertilised in a laboratory, then transferred into the recipient woman’s uterus. Read more

IVF with Donor Embryos

IVF using donor embryos, rather than donor eggs, is an alternative form of fertility treatment, although it must be noted that it is very seldom couples donate their embryos, although it does happen. Read more

IVF with Frozen Eggs

The frozen eggs are thawed and fertilized with sperm via a process called ICSI. ICSI is strongly recommended after egg freezing since studies have shown hardening of the zona pellucida (the outer layer of the egg) after the egg freezing process. Read more

Egg, Sperm, Embryo Freezing

Women who do not have a long-term partner, or are not yet ready to have a baby, may want to freeze their eggs, which is known as fertility preservation or cryopreservation. Read more

IVF with Frozen Embryos

A frozen embryo transfer, or FET, is the same procedure as conventional IVF treatment where a cryo-preserved (frozen) embryo created in a full IVF cycle, is thawed and transferred to a woman’s uterus. Read more

Artificial Insemination

Artificial Insemination or intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment that involves placing sperm directly into a woman’s uterus to consummate fertilisation. Read more

Assisted Hatching

Assisted Hatching is believed to be particularly useful for couples whose embryos are lacking sufficient power to complete the hatching process.
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PATIENTS

YOUR IVF JOURNEY

Our Passion Your Journey

Step 1

Free Consultation With MFSA

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Free 45 Minute Skype Call With Fertility Specialist

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Detailed Treatment Plan

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Medication Begins

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Precycle Lab Tests

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Full Cost Breakdown & Treatment Plan from MFSA

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Fertility Injections Begin

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Bon Voyage to South Africa

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Connect with your Fertility Clinic re: next steps

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Fly Home & Pregnancy Test

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IVF Treatment

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Free Consultation With MFSA

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Free 45 Minute Skype Call With Fertility Specialist

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Full Cost Breakdown & Treatment Plan from MFSA

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Frequently

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Is it safe to travel to South Africa?
    • South Africa is a major tourist destination and last year approximately 3m overseas tourists visited the country, including over 400,000 visitors from the US which was second only to the UK. The vast majority of these tourists have a safe and incident free vacation. 
    • Nevertheless you do need to make safety a priority. This is why we will only recommend hotels and guest houses that are in safe, upmarket tourist areas. We will also provide you with some sensible safety tips and make sure you have a driver to pick you up at the airport.
Do you need a visa to visit South Africa?

  • US visitors to South Africa for stays of up to 90 days do not require visas in advance. Visitor visas will be issued at the port of entry in South Africa.

 

Do I need medical travel insurance?
    • Yes we would recommend this in case of a medical emergency. South Africa has excellent medical facilities in its major towns, but the major private hospitals will not admit you for a serious medical emergency unless you are covered by travel/medical insurance.
How long do I have to stay in South Africa?
    • You will need to stay in Cape Town for a minimum of 2 weeks for your IVF/ICSI treatment. This would require that you commence your fertility injections at home, prior to your arrival in Cape Town. Medication can be couriered to you by your preferred clinic. The cost of this is additional and depends on the weight of the parcel. 
    • Should you decide to start your fertility injections in Cape Town, you will need to stay a minimum of 3 weeks
Is there a direct flight to South Africa?
  • Most of the major airlines service South Africa, but Delta, United and South African Airways are the only airlines with direct flights from the US to SA. 
Is it easy to get around in South Africa?
  • Cape Town and Johannesburg are geared for international tourists and there are several safe travel options. Uber also works well in the major cities. All the major rental car companies operate in South Africa and they are relatively inexpensive to rent, but they do drive on the “wrong” side of the road.
How soon can I get on a flight after IVF treatment?
  • There is no evidence that travel impacts IVF pregnancy rates. If you’re worried about flying soon after your embryo transfer, take a day or two to rest before taking to the skies, however, air travel doesn’t impact pregnancy rates following an IVF cycle.
What is the currency in South Africa?
    • The currency is the Rand and the exchange rate is roughly 14.50 rand to the dollar. 
Where in South Africa should I opt for my treatment? Johannesburg, Durban or Cape Town?
    • There are many leading clinics in South Africa – so it is entirely up to you to choose the city that works best for you.  However, Cape Town is the most popular destination due to the ability to explore one of the best cities in the world whilst receiving fertility treatment.
Is there a female cut-off age for receiving treatment?
  • The clinics we partner with in South Africa do not treat individuals or couples where the female age is over 49 or 51 depending on circumstances
What are the risks of IVF treatment?
  • The medications and procedures required for IVF very rarely result in complications. Less than 1% of women who have egg retrieval with IVF may experience Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS) as a side effect of using ovarian stimulation medications.
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Are there any types of food I should avoid?
    • It is advisable to avoid alcohol where possible and processed food.  A good, healthy food-plan that boosts fertility is best. We have access to fertility dietitians based in Cape Town that can offer meal-plans/advice based on your requirements. 
Are there any activities I should avoid during my treatment?
    • High impact sports/activities are not recommended during treatments. Although there isn’t any evidence that these may cause harm, we suggest activities that do not cause any more unnecessary stress on the body. We recommend activities such as yoga, acupuncture, reflexology as alternative forms of exercise during treatment.  We would also recommend relaxing beach walks, forest visits or easy hikes, all of which are available throughout the city of Cape Town.
Do I need to take tests and medication before my trip to South Africa?

The following test results will be required on arrival for your treatment (results must not be older than 12 months)  – these tests can be performed on arrival in Cape Town at an additional cost to you:

  • Female Partner: 

 

    • Blood tests: 
    • HIV I & II antibodies 
    • RPR/VDRL/TPHA (Syphilis) 
    • Hepatitis B surface antigen 
    • Hepatitis C antibodies 
    • Rubella IgG (immunity) 
    • TSH 
    • Prolactin 
    • Day 3 FSH 
    • AMH 
    • Transvaginal ultrasound scan of the pelvis
    • With regards to medication prior to your arrival:
    • If you opt to stay in Cape Town for two weeks, you will need to  commence your fertility injections at home, prior to your arrival in Cape Town. Medication can be couriered to you by your preferred clinic. The cost of this is additional and depends on the weight of the parcel. 
    • Should you decide to start your fertility injections in Cape Town, you will need to stay a minimum of 3 weeks

The below are not compulsory but may be requested by your doctor your preferred clinic in Cape Town after reviewing your medical history and ultrasound scan result:

    • HSG (hysterosalpingogram) or hysteroscopy or saline infusion sonogram 
    • Laparoscopy report (if available) 

*If you have had Myomectomies or any other laparotomies you will need an HSG and a hysteroscopy after the operation as well as a pelvic ultrasound* 

  • Male Partner: 

 

    • Blood tests: 
    • HIV I & II antibodies 
    • RPR/VDRL/TPHA (Syphilis) 
    • Hepatitis B surface antigen 
    • Hepatitis C antibodies 
    • Semen analysis 
Will the doctors in South Africa coordinate my treatment with my fertility doctor in the US?
    • Absolutely, the clinic in South Africa will keep communicating with your doctor in the USA from start to finish. 
I am looking for a donor, is there a waiting list in South Africa?
  • There is no waiting list. The “wait” is only as long as it takes you to choose your ideal donor and sync your cycle with the donor’s cycle. We have teamed up with two of the best donor agencies in South Africa with hundreds of wonderful donors from all ethnic backgrounds. Once you have picked you donor, it usually takes around 8-10 weeks before you can start your cycle. Remember, the donor has to have all her blood tests done and her medical examination, all of which takes some time. Then, once your donor has been approved, your cycle will be synced with hers.
How much information is there about my donor?
    • It is the law in South Africa that egg donation is anonymous. However, donor agencies will provide you with profiles containing details about their physical characteristics, medical background, education, and hobbies.
    • You will have access to the donor’s  full medical history as well as her family’s medical history. You are allowed to see donor’s baby/childhood photographs.  The donor will need to go through a detailed medical & psychology assessment before she is approved to become a donor. You will also have access to a personality test that will allow you to find out more about her character.
How much screening will the donor undergo?
  • The egg donor has a detailed medical examination and psychological assessment prior to joining the programme. The investigations performed on the donor are: – HIV I and II – RPR – HepBs Ag – Hep C Ab – CMV IgM – Cystic Fibrosis – Blood group and antibodies Other investigations can be done on the donor on requested.

  • Nurture’s Frozen Donor Egg Program, in partnership with Aevitas Fertility Clinic, is the first of its kind to achieve FDA accreditation.

 

 

Is surrogacy an option in South Africa?
  • Absolutely – however – the commissioning parents would need to either stay in Cape Town for the duration of the pregnancy or travel to Cape Town regularly in order to monitor the surrogate’s progress. However, this could be managed from abroad, however, we would strongly suggest that the surrogate and commissioning parents get a legal contract in place prior to the surrogacy arrangement.
What holistic treatments are available?
    • We have access to the following coaches that we can put you in touch with:
    • Fertility Yoga
    • Acupuncture/Chinese Medicine
    • Reflexology / Massage
    • Fertility Dietitian
    • Fertility Coach
Is there an immunology specialist available?
  • There is access to immunology specialists that the clinics can refer patients to.  The specialists can test for Natural Killer (NK) cells. With regards to other immune testing, doctors would send the patients for any necessary tests (such as Lupus, clotting issues etc). Immune testing is case dependent and not routine.
Is there any psychological counselling available should I need it?
  • We have a Fertility Coach/Counselor available that we can put you in touch with once you have booked your trip to Cape Town.

Testimonials

FERTILITY LAW

SOUTH AFRICA

We have teamed up with Andrew Martin who heads up AMA Law (Andrew Martin Associates) as well as Fertility Law, a boutique legal practice and consultancy specializing in the law relating to artificial fertilisation of persons, to offer you the best rates possible in terms of legal assistance. 

Andrew specializes in the law relating to assisted reproductive treatment (ART) and artificial fertilisation of persons wishing to start or expand their family through surrogacy, egg / sperm donation or embryo donation and more recently with both embryo and gamete disposition. Below you can find his legal costs for the various contracts/services.  

Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. It depends on what kind of donor sperm you will be using. Where couples are electing to use:

  • A Known Donor – then you are legally obliged to enter a Known Gamete (Sperm) Donation Agreement ~$650.
  • An Anonymous Donor – then you will just sign the Donor Agency’s documentation.
  • Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form
  • Where couples are electing to use:
    • a Known Donor – then they are legally obliged to enter into a Known Gamete (Sperm/Egg/Embryo) Donation Agreement. The cost (at present) is R7800 + VAT
    • an anonymous donor – then they will just sign the Donor Agencies documentation
  • In addition, because they will hopefully have excess gametes/ embryos they will cryopreserve the excess gametes/ embryos. gamete (Egg/Sperm)
    • Embryo Disposition Agreement/Declaration is the document that patients should sign when freezing their gametes/embryos as it regulates what happens to their cryopreserved gametes/embryos in the event of life’s unintended events (death, divorce, incapacitation, disagreement, etc)
    • The cost for this agreement is R3,900 + VAT

    Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. It depends on what kind of donor egg you will be using. Where couples are electing to use:

    • A Known Donor – then you are legally obliged to enter a Known Gamete (Egg) Donation Agreement ~$650.
    • An Anonymous Donor – then you will just sign the Donor Agency’s documentation. 
    Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. If there is a need to discuss/ explain the form to patients, Andrew will offer a discounted rate of $220.
    Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. If there is a need to discuss/explain the form to patient, Andrew will offer a discounted rate of $220.
    Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. If there is a need to discuss/explain the form to patients ~$220.
    Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. Where couples are electing to use a Known Embryo Donor – they are legally obliged to enter into a Known Embryo Donation Agreement ~$640.
    Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. If there is a need to discuss/ explain the form to patients ~$220.

    Patients will sign the clinic’s treatment consent form. If there is a need to discuss/ explain the form to patients ~$220.
    It is advisable to enter a Gamete (Egg/Sperm) and Embryo Disposition Agreement/Declaration. This document regulates what happens to the cryopreserved gametes/embryos in the event of life’s unintended events (death, divorce, incapacitation, disagreement, etc) ~$320.

    If you have excess gametes/ embryos and decide to cryo-preserve them, it is advisable to enter a Gamete (Egg/Sperm) and Embryo Disposition Agreement/Declaration. This document regulates what happens to the cryopreserved gametes/embryos in the event of life’s unintended events (death, divorce, incapacitation, disagreement, etc) ~$320.

     Finances

    FINANCING AVAILABLE

    My Fertility SA has an exclusive arrangement  with EggFund to provide financing for our clients. Competitive loan amounts are available to cover all aspects of your fertility journey, including travel, accommodation and medicine. 

    Started by an infertility sufferer, EggFund helps the 1 in 8 Americans with infertility afford their dream of a family. EggFund helps patients get matched pre-approved loan offers, from the largest network of fertility lenders.

    Qualifications:  A minimum credit score of 600 to be eligible

    Loan Features:

    • Loan amounts available to cover any any clinic or pharmacy, including travel and accommodation expenses.
    • APRs from 3.84% – 35.99%*.
    • Quick and simple Less than 60 seconds to see if you are pre-approved.
    • Get funded in as soon as 24 hours.

    To apply, visit EggFund at https://www.myeggfund.com/ and click “Get Started”.

    The APR you will be qualified for is based on your own credit worthiness and lender’s underwriting criteria.  Other fees may apply depending on the lender, check your offer.

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