Thailand - IVF

Lowest-cost IVF by Thailand’s most trusted doctors

Success rates of 60-80%

IVF is expensive, and with global success rates being under 50%, it could be a difficult decision. But as for various other medical reasons, many people now travel thousands of miles for IVF in Thailand not only because it is cheaper, but also for the readily available, well-established medical care, the warmth and hospitality, and for an escape from the daily grind.

No-stress IVF vacation

Stress is not good for conceiving and trying IVF on a tranquil beach vacation, while not having to worry too much about the costs, might just actually help. If it is cheaper as compared to the cost of IVF in your local healthcare system and allows for a peaceful holiday amidst long-established Thai hospitality, it might be worth a try.

This British couple failed four attempts of IVF in the UK, traveled to Thailand for their one last try after 14 years of struggle, and gladly returned with twins.

As the world discovers the potential of Thailand as a preferred medical destination, hundreds of couples from Australia, New Zealand, U.K., China, Hong Kong, Japan, Canada, the UK and USA travel to Thailand for infertility treatments, and we make it easier.

What is the cost of IVF in Thailand?

We offer the lowest-cost packages in Thailand starting around $6,200. Our normal package includes:

Hormonal injectionsBasic investigations
AnesthesiaEgg retrieval
Doctor’s feeLab procedure

Barring any unwanted complications (which are rare in IVF) or any special needs in your case, you can get IVF in that price. However, costs vary with your individual requirements, as the cost of stimulation medicines depends upon your age and how your body responds to these injections.

IVF Special: Exclusive discounts on all IVF packages in 2020

Coronavirus IVF discount

If you’re traveling from overseas, you can get accommodation near the hospital at special discounted prices that are exclusive to our clients.

Depending upon your budget and preferences, you can expect to spend around $1,200 – $4,500 for a month-long stay in Thailand.

Even after you total up the travel, lodging and treatment expenses, the cost of an IVF vacation in Thailand would be significantly lower than the cost of an IVF cycle in the US, Canada, the UK, or Australia.

Top IVF doctors in Thailand

View all of our trusted doctors for IVF in Thailand and plan your consultation and treatment with the one, who specializes in cases like yours.

You will need to be in Thailand for a little over 2 weeks, with your first appointment planned on the day 1 of your period.

The hormonal pills and injections will be administered for around 9-11 days (depending upon the requirement which is determined by your age and fertility status), followed by egg collection. This will be followed by the actual lab procedure of mixing the eggs with sperm and waiting for the embryos to grow.

The embryos are monitored by the embryologist and subsequently transferred to your uterus at day 3 or day 5 (blastocyst transfer).

The higher priced packages of IVF are inclusive of pre-genetic testing, which allows the doctor to check the genetic content of each embryo before transferring the best ones.

In case you are tight on time and cannot stay in Thailand for 2-3 weeks for IVF treatment, we will help you coordinate with the doctor and the first part of ovarian stimulation could be done at your local doctor’s office.

Then you will need 8-12 days for IVF treatment in Thailand, and costs will be adjusted accordingly. However, you have to understand that the IVF procedure requires a certain time commitment and it is best to free yourself, if possible, for that duration.

We check for the following in a clinic/doctor, and recommend you do the same:

  • Credibility of the hospital and patient feedback
  • Credentials and expertise of the doctor
  • Honesty and reliability in medical practice

In addition, you should check for language compatibility (English in Thailand could be a little bit of a problem, but not so much in major hospitals and tourist places that regularly get Western tourists).

Although, the claims of exceptionally high success rates in IVF could be misleading, it does not hurt to ask the doctor for success in cases just like yours

It is important here to ask for the chances of success in cases that had similar conditions as you, instead of going for the overall success rate, which reflects plenty of couples with minor or major problems that may not be relevant to you.

Many patients here find the level of care and consideration in Thailand’s IVF clinics to be better than what they got back home.

IVF with commercial donor eggs is banned by the Govt. of Thailand and no registered clinic will offer this service.

You can consider IVF with donor eggs in Malaysia, where some of our leading doctors have been able to produce upto 79.5% success rates.

You can also find here, our other destinations for IVF with donor eggs.

The following are not legally allowed:

  • Commercial surrogacy
  • Commercial egg donor
  • Commercial sperm donor
  • IVF for single mothers or fathers

IVF Thailand packages

We offer IVF packages in Thailand at below two locations:

IVF in BangkokIVF in Phuket
For more information regarding the treatment, prices, and your customized treatment plan for IVF in Thailand, please write to us using the form on this page.

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 Trusted clinics
 Fair-price guarantee
 Counselor support throughout
 Careful understanding of your requirements and matching with the best doctor
 Affordable lodging options
 Complete transparency and patient confidence
 

Before coming to Thailand for IVF

Our doctors advise a basic fertility workup for couples intending to travel to Thailand for IVF.

This allows for the doctor to check your fertility status and ensure there are no findings in your report that can thwart the chances of IVF success.

Of course, you can get these tests in Thailand (where they are obviously cheaper) but if you are travelling only for IVF it is advisable to get the tests locally and send in the reports. You wouldn’t want to travel half-way across the globe only to find your Thai IVF doctor recommend against IVF.

While some specific tests may be required for you, the general tests advised for everyone are:

Males:

  1. CBC, Blood group, HB typing
  2. Semen analysis

Female:

  1. General physical examination with BMI
  2. Pelvic examination and pap smear of cervix
  3. Transvaginal ultrasound on day 12 of menstrual cycle
  4. Blood test on day 2 of period: FSH, LH, Prolactin, Estradiol, AMH
  5. CBS, Blood group, HB typing, Anti-HIV, VDRL, Anti HCV, HBsAg, Rubella IgG, Thyroid function test, CA 125

You can mail the reports and get the IVF treatment plan formulated by the doctor just for you.
 

For more information and current specials for IVF in Thailand, get in touch using the form on this page.

*The above prices are subject to change without prior notice. Price may vary with the rate of USD against the Thai Baht.

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Anjl2711

From: New Zealand
Dec 13, 2018
Diagnosis:Secondary infertilityPrevious Treatment:IVF
Very good and the doc and the nurse explained us everything in detail. Great clinic and excellent patient service.
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Beth2306

From: United States
Dec 5, 2017
Diagnosis:Blocked fallopian tubes, large fibroidsPrevious Treatment:First time treatment
Couldn't have had a better experience.
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Sara2703

From: United States
Oct 7, 2017
Diagnosis:Unexplained infertility at 40Previous Treatment:Multiple IUIs
My experience with IVF Phuket was really good in many ways. Marina was very professional, friendly and helpful. I was really happy to have her as my coordinator.
 
Dr. Manop was also quite good. He is professional and I believe he knows well what he is doing. The clinic is also very clean and the same standard of the fertility clinic I was going to in the U.S. 
 
Unfortunately, I was not able to do IVF because I didn't respond enough to the stimulation. In the end, we did IUI. It was disappointing to travel all the way there and not have it work out but I don't think there was much else we could have done considering it was my first try with IVF.
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