get convenient, monthly payments through our financing partners. although our procedures are significantly more affordable than traditional clinics, many patients still need assistance, and that is okay. mate has negotiated the best possible rates in the market for you.
book a consult with a mate fertility advisor.
your advisor will book you an appointment with a doctor at a mate clinic.
consult with your mate fertility medical team to create a personalized fertility plan.
dr. schmidt is a graduate of new york university school of medicine. she completed her obstetrics/gynecology residency and her clinical and research fellowship in reproductive endocrinology infertility at new york university medical center. her pioneering work in ivf and assisted reproductive technologies (art) began in 1982 as a faculty member at the university of texas medical school at houston, one of the first three ivf facilities in the united states.
we believe infertility is a medical diagnosis that should be covered, no matter what. unfortunately, many providers don’t agree with us. some offer little to no coverage. others only cover diagnostic testing. some insurance providers may completely cover medication or one full round of ivf. in short, there’s no easy answer except for this: we promise to work with your provider to make sure absolutely everything that should be covered, actually is.
every person’s fertility journey is different, but our philosophy is the same: to always be transparent and fair with our prices. no matter how many rounds of treatment or hurdles along the way, we’ll be clear with you, no matter what. typically our prices are 40% lower than any other clinic in the us because we put patients over profits.
an average ivf cycle takes about 6-8 weeks from consultation to transfer. if you’re using a gestational carrier or surrogate, this time may increase. an average cycle timeline looks something like this:
day 1: ultrasound and bloodwork (ovarian stimulation)
day 2: (ovarian stimulation)
day 3: (ovarian stimulation)
day 4: ultrasound and bloodwork (ovarian stimulation)
day 5: (ovarian stimulation)
day 6: ultrasound and bloodwork (ovarian stimulation)
day 7: (ovarian stimulation)
day 8: ultrasound and bloodwork (ovarian stimulation)
day 9: (ovarian stimulation)
day 10: ultrasound and bloodwork (ovarian stimulation)
day 11: trigger shot
day 13: fertilization & egg retrieval
day 14: embryos culture in the lab for 5-6 days
day 15: embryos culture in the lab for 5-6 days
day 16: embryos culture in the lab for 5-6 days
day 17: embryos culture in the lab for 5-6 days
day 18: transfer or pgt on frozen embryo
day 19-33: two week wait
day 33: pregnancy test
determining the right treatment for you can seem daunting. we get it. that’s why we create a personalized plan after your first assessment and consultation. you can also take our basic online assessment for free to get an insight into what path might be right for you.
of course! many health care plans provided through the workplace have a health savings account (hsa) or flexible spending account (fsa) attached to them. these accounts allow you to contribute money from your paycheck into accounts that can be used for medical costs not covered by insurance. if you don’t have or don’t know how to set up an hsa follow these steps below to get started.
– research hsa providers online. use hsa comparison websites, like hsa search, to help narrow your search.
– check with your health insurance company to see if they partner with hsa financial institutions.
– ask your bank if they offer an hsa option that meets your needs.
mate takes a personal, customized approach to fertility. after your free consultation, we’ll pair you with a fertility advisor who will ask you a few questions and answer some of yours. if mate fertility is right for you, we’ll connect you with a fertility advisor who will perform an assessment and create a personal path moving forward.