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IVF Cost In Egypt

Author : Doctor Haitham

Released at:May, 12 2023Views: 31998

IVF Cost In Egypt
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IVF/ICSI costs in Egypt vary greatly between clinics. The costs of an IVF/ICSI procedure depend mainly on the clinics’ facilities, equipment, expertise, and offered procedures and sub procedures. Bedaya Hospital offers the best value for money! What ever the cause of your infertility our team will offer a solution!


IVF in Egypt

The rise in 1993 of IVF in Egypt, was revolutionary in the treatment of infertility and reproduction. Since then this small subspecialty has fully emerged as a specialty with many sub facets of its own! These developments have significantly increased fertility success rates up to 60% percent in recent years.


Bedaya Hospital’s approach to IVF treatment


Our steps

1) The couple visits a member of our team of doctors at Bedaya Hospital. This doctor takes a thorough medical history of both partners and asks for tests to determine the exact reason/reasons for infertility.

2) After the required investigations are done and the factors for infertility determined the couple if needed is referred to other specialists for a multidisciplinary approach to increase the couple’s chances for pregnancy. This could be an andrologist, geneticist, nutritionist etc.

3) Start of treatment and ovulation monitoring.

4) Egg retrieval under general anesthetic.

5) Embryo Transfer (ET) on the third to fifth day.

6) Pregnancy test 14 days after ET.


Factors that determine the variable costs in IVF treatments

Sometimes and especially with patients that have had many failed IVF attempts or have unexplained infertility, the IVF treatment is not as straightforward as collecting eggs and obtaining a semen sample.

  • Men with no, little or a high rate of abnormal sperms in semen might need to do a testicular biopsy which is a surgical procedure on its own and increases the IVF treatment costs.
  • The husband suffers from Erectile Dysfunction (ED) due to diabetes or high blood pressure this needs to be treated before undergoing an IVF cycle or a Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) or testicular biopsy could be done. Costs for any of these options of course add to the costs of IVF
  • Women who suffer from endometriosis, which causes major fertility problems and globally affects about 176 million women. These women might need treatment before starting like an operative laparoscopy or open surgery.
  • Patient has a hydrosalpinx; this is when there is a stenosis or blockage in the fallopian tube and a collection of fluid accumulates. If this fluid seeps through the tubal ostia to the uterine cavity it could harm possible implantation or embryo development. This condition needs intervention by hysteroscopy, laparoscopy before going through an IVF cycle to increase the chances for a positive outcome.
  • Extra medical examinations that increase the cost of IVF, this can be blood tests, genetic tests, imaging, immunological tests, etc.
  • Suspected intrauterine adhesions polyps or fibroids might require a hysteroscopy or open surgery prior to the IVF cycle
  • Sex Selection (gender selection); this requires an extra test to be performed on each embryo prior to transfer to determine the embryos’ sex. This comes with extra costs above those of the IVF procedure.
  • The medical team and hospital of choice are an important factor that determine the eventual costs of your IVF cycle. Experience, a multidisciplinary approach, embryology lab, equipment, facilities etc. Bedaya Hospital does not compromise the success of your IVF cycle and gives you the best quality of everything to increase your chances of realizing your dreams of having a family.
Treatment Plans
ICSI Treatment Plan for Abortion


  • Consultation at abortion clinic
  • Andrology consultation
  • Sonar
  • Hormones tests
  • DNA fragmentation test
  • Semen analysis
  • Sperm freezing
  • Preparing before the process
  • Ovum pick-up
  • ICSI process
  • Assisted hatching
  • Preparing before the transferring process
  • Embryo transferring

43 years old Khaled and 37 years old Rohaifaa were married for 12 years, but they had delayed pregnancy health issues that prevented them from expanding their family. Rohaifaa’s period is quite regular but turned out to be diagnosed with polycystic ovaries and uterine adhesions. The Libyan couple tried ICSI back in 2010 and retried again in 2013, and this time led to a successful pregnancy. 10 eggs were taken from Rohaifaa ovum, 4 were implanted back into her uterus and 6 were frozen in case we had to redo the process again, or to be used for any future porpuses.