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3146 Deming Way, Middleton,WI 53562

Why choose Wisconsin Fertility Institute

The Wisconsin Fertility Institute is committed to delivering high quality care in the field of reproductive endocrinology & infertility. The center works with a goal to provide traditional medical interventions as well as complementary and alternative medical?approaches.

Meet the Team

David L. OliveDr. Olive is the founder of the Wisconsin Fertility Institute. He is board certified in both OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. Dr. Olive specializes in reproductive endocrinology and minimally invasive surgery. He is also a leader in robotic surgery for gynecological disorders.Elizabeth PrittsDr. Pritts is the co-founder of Wisconsin Fertility Institute. She is dual certified in OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. She also holds repute as a premier female endoscopic surgeon in the country.Wael Abdel MegidDr. Megid is the Laboratory Director at the center. He is a member of the American Association?of Bioanalysts and has vast experience in clinical embryology.

Services and Procedures

Fertility CareThe skilled specialists at Wisconsin Fertility Institute offer a range of comprehensive medical and surgical infertility treatments including:

  • Ovulation induction
  • IUI
  • IVF
  • Micro IVF

Surgical CareThe center also provides expert surgical services for different gynecological conditions. Patients suffering from issues like fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts and uterine issues can seek surgical treatments like:

  • Hysteroscopy
  • Laparoscopy
  • Robotic surgery

Third Party ReproductionFor patients who need assistance through third party reproduction, WFI has a complete range of services. The center maintains a list of approved sperm donor banks and collaborates with approved surrogacy and gestational carrier services. Plus, there is an egg donation program and an embryo donation program in place.

  • Egg donation- the center offers options for patients who wish to use an egg donor. Donors may be selected from WFI's internal anonymous egg donor pool or through an outside agency.
  • Embryo donation- WFI's embryo donation program provides both known and anonymous donation options. Clients can choose to donate an embryo to a family member or they may donate anonymously.
  • Sperm donation- patients can choose to use known or anonymous donor sperm. They also have the option to secure donor sperm by ordering through a sperm bank.

Financial Options

Insurance CoverageWFI works with many insurance companies. Participating insurers nay have different types of coverage available so patients should find out the details of their benefits first.PricesThe following prices cover the cost of the given procedures at WFI:

New patient consultation$250
Lab testing$150
Semen analysis$150
Sperm DNA fragmentation$200
Follicular ultrasound$250

IUI and IVF prices

IUI with fresh sperm$350
IUI with frozen sperm$275
IUI with oral medication$600
IUI with injectable medication$2,100
Micro IVF$5,445
Conventional IVF$9,020
IVF with ICSI$10, 120
Frozen embryo transfer$3,670

IVF Advantage ProgramWFI offers 2 flat fee plans under this program:

  • IVF prime advantage program?includes one egg retrieval and up to 2 transfers. The program costs $14,900.
  • IVF ultimate advantage program?includes 3 egg retrievals and all subsequent frozen embryo transfers. There is a 50% refund if patients do not conceive successfully during the program. This program costs $28,900.

Wisconsin Fertility Institute Services and Profile

  • Whether clinic has donor egg program (Yes)
  • Whether clinic has donated embryo program (Yes)
  • Whether clinic has embryo cryopreservation program (Yes)
  • Whether clinic has egg cryopreservation program (Yes)
  • Clinic services for single women (Yes)
  • Clinic services for using gestational carriers (Yes)
  • Whether clinic is SART member (Yes)
  • Embryo laboratory accreditation status (Yes)

    Total number of IVF cycles

    Medical DirectorAll IVF CyclesAge<35 CyclesAge 35-37 CyclesAge 38-40 CyclesAge 41-42 CyclesAge≥43 Cycles
    Elizabeth Pritts, MD38118088632723

    Nondonor Eggs Number of transfers

    Age under 35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43

    Average number of transfers per intended retrieval

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43

    Nondonor Eggs Live Birth Rates (Transfers≥20)

    Age under 35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43

    Donor IVF Number of Transfers

    Donor, Fresh emb, Fresh eggDonor, Fresh emb, Frozen eggDonor, Frozen embryoDonated embryo

    Donor IVF Live Birth Rates (Transfers≥20)

    Donor, Fresh emb, Fresh eggDonor, Fresh emb, Frozen eggDonor, Frozen embryoDonated embryo

    Pct transfers using gestational carrier

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43All ages

    Pct transfers using frozen embryos

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43All ages

    Pct transfers of at least one embryo with ICSI

    Age <35Age 35-37Age 38-40Age 41-42Age ≥43All ages

    * Latest IVF success reports are based on the 2017 CDC data.
    * Learn about success rate and definition. Read: What Is IVF Success Rate?

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