Fertility clinics & centers in Indiana, United States

Clinics found: 13

More information about IVF clinics in Indiana










Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification:




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified





Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified




Features: Private

Certification: SART certified



Quick info - US fertility treatment costs in 2020:


Standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:

10,424

Average ICSI price:

1,758

Average Egg donation recipients price:

15,797

Average Embryo donation recipients price:

3,850

Average Sperm donation recipients price:

1669






IVF clinics in Indiana

The fertility clinics in Indiana offer egg freezing, intrauterine insemination, semen analysis, In Vitro Fertilization, genetic testing and diagnosis, LGBTQ family building, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, donor eggs and more.


General Information about Indiana

Indiana is a state in the Midwestern and Great Lakes Regions. It borders Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Illinois. The capital and biggest city is called Indianapolis. Other big cities are Fort Wayne, Evansville, or South Bend.


History of Indiana

The first inhabitants of the area were Paleo-Indians. These were later replaced by Native American tribes, such as Shawnee, Miami, and Illini.

The first European to set foot in the area of nowadays Indiana was the French explorer René-Robert Cavelier in 1679. The French exchanged goods with the Indian tribes and established some trading posts. The Native tribes and the French Canadians formed a team during the Seven Years’ War. When Britain won, the tribes were not willing to give up. The British then decided to give the land west of the Appalachians to the Native Americans.

This area, which was designated in 1763, was called the “Indian Territory.” After the American Revolutionary War, the area was given to the new United States, including the lands of the Native Americans.

Indiana became the nineteenth state on December 11, 1816.


Indiana - Quick guide

The climate is humid continental and humid subtropical.

Indiana includes two natural regions of the US – the Central Lowlands and the Interior Low Plateaus. The center is mainly flat, while the north has some hilly parts and kettle lakes.

The capital city Indianapolis is a common place to visit, offering various museums and a ZOO. Other places popular with tourists are the Indiana Dunes National Park, Fort Wayne, or Bloomington.


Fun facts about Indiana

The name “Indiana” means “Land of the Indians.” A resident of Indiana is officially called a “Hoosier,” which roughly translates as a rough countryman.



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