I have had in several places for that price
Cincinnati Ohio and New Jersey (I already forget the city) but the clinic is cooper center and AT least 2 other ladies from here have gone on and had success there since me
Hi...this is the first time I write.
Don't know if you have insurance but some insurance companies pay for IVF
I have coverage through my husband and only paid 10%...including meds I paid almost 2K
The medication was the most expensive $793. Got a BFN on May 21st and have appt
on June 4th to discuss with my Dr if we will try again.
Meds- Close to 3600.00. I suggest if you live close to the pharmacy and have the time make several trips back and forth. It can save you $$. If we went with what the RE originally suggested we would have spent over 500 on two hormone injections we didn't need. IVF, to include ICSI was 9500.00. Hope that helps.
I have Empire BC/BS, we just got in January. Before Empire I had Aetna through my employer and United Health Care through his which also had infertily coverage. We decided to drop Aetna and just stay with his coverage this year because his deductible was only $450, mine was $1,800. The coverage we have now has a lifetime max of 25K for infertilty and we have only met 6K on this 1st cycle.
I'm a little late, but I got almost all my meds for free through Ferility Lifelines. You should google this and try and get free meds.It's a really easy process! Then we did the IVF/ ICSI and that was $7800. If we paid for the meds the total would have been around $12000 not including u/s and blood work : ) Good LUCK!
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