The costs

The CPMA practices a policy of complete transparency for treatment costs. The procedures that are not reimbursed by health insurance are subject to a flat rate. As an indication of costs, the tables below summarize what is charged by the CPMA (in Swiss francs) for the most frequently performed treatments. The flat rates include medical and biological services, psychological assistance, paramedical services, as well as the operating room costs. Prices do not include blood taking, blood tests and drug costs (usually between CHF 1'500 and CHF 3'000 for an IVFIVF or In Vitro Fertilization: Fertilization outside of the body, for which one induces with gonadotrophins the development of several ovarian follicles. The oocytes (eggs) arrive at maturity and are taken from the ovary by surgical puncture and mixed 4-6 hours later with the sperm of the partner (or ICSI is performed to introduce one spermatozoa in each oocyte). To allow cell division, the fertilized eggs are kept from 2 to 6 days in a protected environment (incubator). The embryos are then transferred into the uterus of the patient for implantation. or ICSIFrom English "Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection." Assisted fertilization by microscope, where a single sperm is injected directly into the oocyte. ICSI is indicated in cases of male fertility problems, so if there are only very few normal sperm in the sperm or the fertilization capacity of sperm is extremely small. cycle).

In comparing prices between different centers one needs to ensure that all services are included in the final cost. The CPMA operates a policy of transparency and gives the price that will actually be charged.

One should be aware that IVFIVF or In Vitro Fertilization: Fertilization outside of the body, for which one induces with gonadotrophins the development of several ovarian follicles. The oocytes (eggs) arrive at maturity and are taken from the ovary by surgical puncture and mixed 4-6 hours later with the sperm of the partner (or ICSI is performed to introduce one spermatozoa in each oocyte). To allow cell division, the fertilized eggs are kept from 2 to 6 days in a protected environment (incubator). The embryos are then transferred into the uterus of the patient for implantation. treatment costs may be tax-deductible in some cases. We invite you to consult the instructions of tax authorities relating to the deductibility of medical expenses.

Costs of treatments in Swiss Francs

Treatments CPMA rates with complete monitoring of the cycle by CPMA physicians CPMA rates with partial monitoring of the cycle by a physician outside the CPMA
IVFIVF or In Vitro Fertilization: Fertilization outside of the body, for which one induces with gonadotrophins the development of several ovarian follicles. The oocytes (eggs) arrive at maturity and are taken from the ovary by surgical puncture and mixed 4-6 hours later with the sperm of the partner (or ICSI is performed to introduce one spermatozoa in each oocyte). To allow cell division, the fertilized eggs are kept from 2 to 6 days in a protected environment (incubator). The embryos are then transferred into the uterus of the patient for implantation. cycle 5'870 5'050
ICSIFrom English "Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection." Assisted fertilization by microscope, where a single sperm is injected directly into the oocyte. ICSI is indicated in cases of male fertility problems, so if there are only very few normal sperm in the sperm or the fertilization capacity of sperm is extremely small. cycle 6'920 6'100
Prolonged culture / blastocystThe blastocyst is an early embryonic stage of development of 5 / 6 days, which presents a complex cellular structure composed of about 200 cells. The blastocyst stage is the pre-implantation stage of the embryo in the maternal uterus. with Embryoscope 575 575
ICSIFrom English "Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection." Assisted fertilization by microscope, where a single sperm is injected directly into the oocyte. ICSI is indicated in cases of male fertility problems, so if there are only very few normal sperm in the sperm or the fertilization capacity of sperm is extremely small. in a modified natural cycle 3'130 2'430
Freezing * 680 680
Thawing cycle with embryoTerm designating the early stages of development from conception to the eighth week of pregnancy. From the first cell division on, the two-cell stage, one uses the term embryo. transfer 1'690 1'550
Flat rate PGSPGS or preimplantation genetic screening is a procedure allowing to check if an embryo presents a chromosomal anomaly. A few cells are taken from the embryo and analyzed. Only the embryos without a chromosomal anomaly are transferred into the woman's uterus. / DPI-ADiagnostic pré-implantatoire - aneuploïdie. Aussi appelé PGS (preimplantation genetic screening). Cette technique vise à examiner les chromosomes des embryons obtenus par fécondation in vitro, en particulier pour la recherche d'une aneuploïdie (nombre anormal de chromosomes, par exemple trisomie 21) until two embryos 1'300 1'300
PGSPGS or preimplantation genetic screening is a procedure allowing to check if an embryo presents a chromosomal anomaly. A few cells are taken from the embryo and analyzed. Only the embryos without a chromosomal anomaly are transferred into the woman's uterus. / DPI-ADiagnostic pré-implantatoire - aneuploïdie. Aussi appelé PGS (preimplantation genetic screening). Cette technique vise à examiner les chromosomes des embryons obtenus par fécondation in vitro, en particulier pour la recherche d'une aneuploïdie (nombre anormal de chromosomes, par exemple trisomie 21) per additional embryoTerm designating the early stages of development from conception to the eighth week of pregnancy. From the first cell division on, the two-cell stage, one uses the term embryo., from the third on 630 630

 

Costs depend on the type of treatment and whether the stimulationOvarian stimulation. Medical treatment designed to stimulate the ovaries, the follicular growth and development. This treatment usually allows several oocytes to become mature. cycle is fully monitored in the CPMA or partially by a physician of  the CPMA network. A deposit of CHF 6'500.- is required before the start of treatment with IVFIVF or In Vitro Fertilization: Fertilization outside of the body, for which one induces with gonadotrophins the development of several ovarian follicles. The oocytes (eggs) arrive at maturity and are taken from the ovary by surgical puncture and mixed 4-6 hours later with the sperm of the partner (or ICSI is performed to introduce one spermatozoa in each oocyte). To allow cell division, the fertilized eggs are kept from 2 to 6 days in a protected environment (incubator). The embryos are then transferred into the uterus of the patient for implantation. or ICSIFrom English "Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection." Assisted fertilization by microscope, where a single sperm is injected directly into the oocyte. ICSI is indicated in cases of male fertility problems, so if there are only very few normal sperm in the sperm or the fertilization capacity of sperm is extremely small. for patients residing in Switzerland. The balance is payable upon invoicing.

For patients living abroad, the full amount must be paid before the start of treatment. Flat rates with full monitoring are applied to patients living abroad: costs relating to the various contacts we have with the physician or his representative in the home country are thereby covered.

(*): This amount covers the first year of embryoTerm designating the early stages of development from conception to the eighth week of pregnancy. From the first cell division on, the two-cell stage, one uses the term embryo./zygoteA diploid cell resulting from the fertilization of an oocyte by a spermatozoon, which subsequently divides to form an embryo./oocyteA female reproductive cell. At birth, the ovaries contain 1 to 2 million oocytes. At puberty, there are no more than 400'000 to 500'000 left. Only 400 to 500 will reach maturity and ovulation at a rate of  one per month until menopause. All the others will finally degenerate at various stages of development. preservation. Subsequently, an amount of CHF 300 is charged for each additional year, provided that you have not confirmed in writing your decision to destroy the remaining embryos/zygotes/oocytes.

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