Fertility Treatment Discount Programs

Sher Fertility Solutions Fertility Treatment Discount Programs Available Now

Currently, Sher Fertility Solutions is offering the following treatment discount programs of a 10% discount, on our fees and services only, for the following::

  • Military
  • First Responders
  • Educators
  • Lower Income Families

Note: Discounts are not combinable and may not be utilized in conjunction with other offers. Discount programs are only applicable for self-pay.

Military Discount Program

At SFS, we honor the military.  To say thank you for your service and dedication, SFS offers a special discount to all active and retired service men and women. A valid ID is required to show proof.

To learn more about SFS’s military discount program, contact one of our financial counselors.

Educator Discount Program

At SFS we would like to show our appreciation to those that educate our children and as a “thank you” we would like to offer a discount to our services. To be eligible, the patient or the patient’s spouse must be an educator of a recognized school district. Proof of current employment is required.

To obtain additional information regarding SFS’s educator discount, contact one of financial counselors.

First Responder Discount Program

To offer a bit of thanks to these individuals who put their life on the line each and every day, SFS offers members of recognized police departments, fire departments and emergency medical services (EMT/Paramedic) a special discount.

To learn more about the First Responder Discount program, contact an SFS Fertility financial counselor.

Lower Income Families Discount Program

We believe that it is everyone’s right to have a family should they choose, and finances should not stop them.  SFS offers lower income families (those with a combined salary of $55,000 or less before taxes) a special discount on treatment.

To learn more about the Lower Income Family program, contact an SFS Fertility financial counselor.

Our Services

We offer a unique mix of innovative, cutting-edge technology and attentive patient care that you won’t find anywhere else.

Egg Freezing

There are many reasons why patients may need to preserve their fertility. For some, it may be a focus on education and career delays and for others it may be due to an illness.

Fertility Testing

If becoming a parent is one of your future goals, there is no better time than right now to understand your fertility status. The earlier you have your fertility checked, the better you will be able to plan for the future when you decide to pursue parenthood.

Fertility Options For LGBTQIA+

Each case is specialized and unique. SFS recognizes that while the technical process of IVF is essentially the same for LGBTQIA+ people as it is for heterosexuals, our doctors and staff at SFS understand the emotional differences that may arise and are with you during the entire process.

Third Party Parenting

When a woman is unable to carry a baby due to physiological restrictions, she may use a gestational surrogate (GS). The IVF clinic needs to be intimately involved and familiar with the process in order to manage a donor/surrogate cycle effectively.

Egg Donation

The egg donation process works in 7 steps: indications, selecting an egg donor, matching the egg donor with the recipient, egg donor recruitment, evaluating prospective egg donor candidates, preparation for the egg donor IVF process, and the cycle of treatment.

Sperm Donation

Some cases of male factor infertility are so profound and intractable as to preclude using male partner’s sperm. In such cases, there is still hope by using donor sperm (DS) The use of donor sperm is both safe and effective.

Embryo Donation

The concept of Embryo Banking/Stockpiling: Embryo Banking offers a potential alternative to IVF with egg donation, for older women and those with DOR who wish to minimize the relentless effect of the “biological clock”.

Gestational Surrogacy

With gestational surrogacy, one or more embryos derived from the patient’s eggs and her partner’s sperm is transferred into the uterus of a surrogate. The surrogate in effect provides a host womb but does not contribute genetically.

“I happily recommend Dr. Sher and his team. He came recommended to me by my sister after I had a negative experience with another clinic close by me. I didn’t think I wanted to travel to attempt to freeze embryos/eggs but it ended up being a better choice to go with a better Dr and team.”

Michelle L.

Sacramento, CA