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Cost of fertility treatments

So I have a question for those of you that have undergone fertility treatments.  My insurance doesn't cover anything for fertility. I am currently on Clomid which I am paying for out of pocket, but it's like $10.   So far, my doctor has been working with me to bill blood tests, ultrasounds, etc as treatment for PCOS which is covered.  DH and I got to talking last night about next steps if this ends up not working and finances came up.  I don't really know what our next step would be should I not get pregnant w/in 6 months on Clomid since that is the max my doctor will prescribe.  Can anyone give me an idea of the cost of IUI, Fermera, etc?   This is more for curiosity than anything at this point.  I haven't talked to the doctor about anything more than what we are doing.  Dr. Google isn't super helpful and I would like to know some real numbers. 
TTC #2- November 2015




Re: Cost of fertility treatments

  • I don't have personal experience but my friend just did 3 rounds of IUI and said she paid $600 out of pocket with drugs and IUI.

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  • I don't have personal experience but my friend just did 3 rounds of IUI and said she paid $600 out of pocket with drugs and IUI.
    Do you happen to know if that is for all 3 rounds or per round?
    TTC #2- November 2015




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  • That was per round, sorry I should have clarified.

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  • From what I've read prices can vary a lot even between clinics in the same region
    IUI with drugs is around $1000 at my clinic
    IVF is $6200 plus drugs. Drug price varies based on your individual situation
  • The pharmacy I get my Femara and Ovidrel from have the cost with and without my insurance on the prescription. If I'm remembering correctly, it said Femara is ~$20 and Ovidrel is ~$200. No IUI for me, just TI.
     
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  • Originally, my insurance didn't cover fertility treatment (and only a measly $2400 pp for testing...which is barely anything). Our clinic gave us a work up of what was covered and what wasn't. We we're looking at about $1000 OOP per iui with clomid. It was about $500 more with injections.

    my husband just happened to have open enrollment shortly after we first saw the RE and have since switched and now have much better coverage for testing AND treatment.

    im sorry your insurance doesn't cover anything :( that's really shitty and very frustrating. Im surprised it doesn't even cover testing. 
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    DS born 10/18

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  • ReesaAnne16ReesaAnne16 member
    edited January 2016
    We were just shown the numbers, it's about $725 for IUI plus meds which are about $150 for Femara + Ovidrel. We were quoted $12,000 for IVF. 
    Our insurance pays for 50% of testing but no treatment, so we'll still be paying $600 oop for my hysteroscopy.

    Also, my doctor said there was no limited on the number of cycles Femara could be used.

    Me 34 DH 36 Married since July 2010 
    MFI (High DNA Fragmentation) & Mild endometriosis
    TTC #1 since June 2015 
    Aug 2016 - May 2017  6 IUI's with letrozole - BFN
    April 2017 - laparoscopy to remove mild endo
    June 2017 - Mini IVF letrozole 12.5mg, Gonal-F 75IU - Cancelled early ovulation, no eggs retrieved. 
    Aug/Sept 2017 - Mini IVF letrozole 12.5mg, Gonal-F 75IU, cetrotide - 13 eggs retrieved, 11 mature
    5 eggs ICSI'd 6 eggs frozen - 1 day 5 blast transfered, 2 expanded blast frozen - BFP!
    May 2018 - Baby girl born - Our Joy

    TTC #2 since July 2019
    July 2019 - FET - BFN
    Jan 2020 - FET - canceled due to family health issues
    Mar 2020 - FET - low beta - chemical pregnancy
    July 2020 - ICSI'd remaining 6 eggs - 3 fertilized - 2 survived to early blast stage, transfered both - Chemical Pregnancy


  • *lurking*

    the prices vary tremendously based upon the area you live, the RE you choose and how well you respond. The thing that may vary the most will be the cost of injectibles (if you go that route) based upon the type of responder you are and the cost of monitoring.
  • Thanks for all the responses, this was really informative.  Fingers crossed we don't have to go that route...ugh. 
    TTC #2- November 2015




  • I highly suggest asking your clinic. When talking to the billing department she said if insurance doesn't cover anything that she would only bill me $250 for the iui. I also only pay $10 for the Clomid. My Ovidrel was $70 from Freedom Fertility. Good luck and hopefully you don't have to go that route!


  • One thing to point out, and I'm not sure of your finances.  If you can save up and pay for it up front, they may offer you a discount for paying cash vs a payment plan.  I believe my sister was able to work that out with her clinic.  She paid the entire cost when she went in for the appointment and they cut the price by something like 10%.  They're also sometimes willing to negotiate.
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    TTC #2: April 2018 ~~ BFP: May 2018 ~~ EDD: January 2019





  • I went to an RE last week just for an eval and the cost of any treatments are not covered by my insurance. I'm not planning on any treatments (even if needed for pregnancy) but the cost of IUI is $1000 and IVF is $7700-$9000 at this particular clinic. Location NYC. 
  • Also wanted to mention about using different pharmacies. I had always gone to cvs for medicine prior to the RE. DH's urologist prescribed him anastrozole, which was like $150 at cvs. The tech gave us a coupon that knocked it down to $45 but I couldn't imagine paying that monthly. as much as I hate Walmart, the prescription was $18 at their pharmacy. I didn't even bother going back to cvs with my prescription for clomid. I think it was around $15.

    the other big meds (like injections, triggers, etc) will likely come from freedom fertility or something similar. My insurance didn't cover them so those were more pricey out of pocket. 
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  • EML2011EML2011 member
    edited January 2016
    **lurker** 
    I couldn't help but notice that no one mentioned the cost of monitoring. I would expect at least 3 ultrasounds + blood draws per cycle. At my clinic each ultrasound was around $200 and blood draws were $25. Total cost of our IUI is around $3k when you add up the actual procedure (1k) ultrasounds + blood draws (1k) and injectables (1k). Of course it would be cheaper if you didn't need injectables. IVF is around $10k. My clinic gave us a cost sheet when we started treatment so I'm sure if you ask your clinic they would give you something similar. Good luck and hopefully you won't need further treatment!

    edit: format

    Me: Endo, PCOS, septated uterus (mostly removed)

    DH: perfect

    Started TTC in June 2011

    Baby boy born 3/17/2014

  • Monitoring with ultrasounds was included in the package price we were given

    Me 34 DH 36 Married since July 2010 
    MFI (High DNA Fragmentation) & Mild endometriosis
    TTC #1 since June 2015 
    Aug 2016 - May 2017  6 IUI's with letrozole - BFN
    April 2017 - laparoscopy to remove mild endo
    June 2017 - Mini IVF letrozole 12.5mg, Gonal-F 75IU - Cancelled early ovulation, no eggs retrieved. 
    Aug/Sept 2017 - Mini IVF letrozole 12.5mg, Gonal-F 75IU, cetrotide - 13 eggs retrieved, 11 mature
    5 eggs ICSI'd 6 eggs frozen - 1 day 5 blast transfered, 2 expanded blast frozen - BFP!
    May 2018 - Baby girl born - Our Joy

    TTC #2 since July 2019
    July 2019 - FET - BFN
    Jan 2020 - FET - canceled due to family health issues
    Mar 2020 - FET - low beta - chemical pregnancy
    July 2020 - ICSI'd remaining 6 eggs - 3 fertilized - 2 survived to early blast stage, transfered both - Chemical Pregnancy


  • Monitoring with ultrasounds was included in the package price we were given
    Same, ultrasounds are included in the price and blood draws are only extra at my clinic if you're getting genetic testing done.
  • @DCHokiemom i'm in the same boat as far as my insurance not covering fertility treatments "per se" but I do have PCOS, and they've covered all ultrasounds for that, and any time I think I have a cysts I have to come in immediately.  my gyno prescribed me clomid but wont monitor me (so im not taking it), he said he'll refer me to an RE if I want all that. How did you go about with the billing for ultrasounds and such? I'm getting on Dh's insurance in July which will cover fertility treatments but my insurance has much lower copay's for specialists and I would like to at least utilize it for consultations or whatnot since I upgraded my plan specifically for this reason. 
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    HSG - All clear, ectopic kidney didn't affect uterus (yay!)
    CT Adrenal Scan - no tumors! :D
    SA - sperm count excellent, 2% Morphology
    March/April IUI scheduled -  surprise BFP w/ help of Progesterone - 3/18/2016
    Beta #1 @ 11dpo - 45.7 #2 @ 14dpo - 163 #3 @ 18dpo - 997 #4 @ 21dpo - 3799 :D
    EDD 12/1 based on O, 11/28 per Ob/Gyn (but he's wrong lol).

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  • My fertility center (Atlanta, GA), has a pre-done sheet on the price of everything. Femera is listed as being about $100 per month, plus I needed a Beta shot $100, plus my steriod.

    The IUI with SA pre is listed as $456. This does not include lab work and at least the two U/S (day 3 and mid point).  They estimate for a total IUI round to be around $1723, w/o insurance. But if your insurance can pay for some of it (labs and U/S), that cuts down on a large amount of the cost.
  • @DCHokiemom i'm in the same boat as far as my insurance not covering fertility treatments "per se" but I do have PCOS, and they've covered all ultrasounds for that, and any time I think I have a cysts I have to come in immediately.  my gyno prescribed me clomid but wont monitor me (so im not taking it), he said he'll refer me to an RE if I want all that. How did you go about with the billing for ultrasounds and such? I'm getting on Dh's insurance in July which will cover fertility treatments but my insurance has much lower copay's for specialists and I would like to at least utilize it for consultations or whatnot since I upgraded my plan specifically for this reason. 
    Since I have PCOS, but doctor bills my ultrasounds and blood draws as treatment for that.  I told them right off the bat I didn't have insurance coverage for fertility treatments and they have been trying to work with me on how things are coded and stuff.  Granted, I have only done two months so I doubt my insurance will allow this for an extended period. 
    TTC #2- November 2015




  • I've called around and Femara is more expensive than Clomid, however the Goodrx website has coupons for it that brings the cost down significantly.  It's like $6 with these coupons. 
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    Married September 2014
    TTC #1 December 2014
    RE appt 12/2015
    CD3 labs normal | HSG 1/8/16 clear | H's SA excellent
    Dx: Unexplained Infertility
    February 2016, cycle 16 - cycle #1 with Letrozole 5mg + TI | Progesterone=20.6
    BFP 2/24/16 - EDD 11/7/16
    It's a girl!
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  • EML2011 said:
    **lurker** 
    I couldn't help but notice that no one mentioned the cost of monitoring. I would expect at least 3 ultrasounds + blood draws per cycle. At my clinic each ultrasound was around $200 and blood draws were $25. Total cost of our IUI is around $3k when you add up the actual procedure (1k) ultrasounds + blood draws (1k) and injectables (1k). Of course it would be cheaper if you didn't need injectables. IVF is around $10k. My clinic gave us a cost sheet when we started treatment so I'm sure if you ask your clinic they would give you something similar. Good luck and hopefully you won't need further treatment!

    edit: format
    The prices I gave included u/s and bloodwork 
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    BFP 2/3/16  EDD 10/16/16
    DS born 10/18

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  • This is a great thread - thanks for posting!

    Since I'm 35 and we have been TTC for over a year, my OB decided it was time to start testing, and that the first course of action would be an SA of DH. The results came back as low (count & motility) and my OB immediately referred us to an RE. We do not have many RE options where we live, but made an appt. with one that came recommended. However, I then read horrible online reviews & now can't get the clinic to return calls to even find out what the initial consultation will be. DH was able to get his PCP to refer him to a UR, so we are going to try that route & cancel the RE appt. for now. I called my OB back & asked if we could go ahead and proceed with any testing for me, but I was informed that they can't do any testing on me until the issue with DH is resolved. I'm assuming maybe this has to do with insurance? But doesn't really make sense?

    My insurance also does not cover any kind of fertility treatment but I think hormone tests & things of that sort through my OB are covered slightly. Just confused & don't quite know what course to take! Considering changing OBs but not sure if I will face the same scenario elsewhere.
  • I'm in Houston and my BCBS contract price was $100 for each appointment, $45 for each scan and $20ish for each lab. My insurance at the time didn't pay anything towards treatment but they still had a contract with the doctor that they couldn't charge more than a certain amount for different procedures. Without insurance coverage at all I'd imagine it was much much higher. Clomid for me without copays around $20 but I know the pharmacist gave me coupons both times. I think it was originally $50.

    So, when you ask your doctor/billing dept about pricing, and they haven't run it through your insurance yet, ask them what their "contract price with BCBS/Aetna/Humana" is for certain things. It -will- be different than if you showed up without insurance at all assuming your RE is in-network with your insurance carrier.
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  • @Everycol0r , that is really interesting. We have BCBS as well so maybe that would apply to us as well.  Great advice!! Thanks! 
    TTC #2- November 2015




  • @Everycol0r , that is really interesting. We have BCBS as well so maybe that would apply to us as well.  Great advice!! Thanks! 
    It's called a "negotiated price", if that helps.
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  • I'm about to get on Dh's BCBS plan too....thanks @Everycol0r !
    Met DH - 9/2003
    Dating - 9/18/2012
    Married - 8/16/2014
    NTNP - 7/2014-5/2015 
    TTC #1 - 5/2015 (CP October @ 4w2d)
    *PCOS/Hypothyroid/Ectopic Kidney/High DHEA-S*
    HSG - All clear, ectopic kidney didn't affect uterus (yay!)
    CT Adrenal Scan - no tumors! :D
    SA - sperm count excellent, 2% Morphology
    March/April IUI scheduled -  surprise BFP w/ help of Progesterone - 3/18/2016
    Beta #1 @ 11dpo - 45.7 #2 @ 14dpo - 163 #3 @ 18dpo - 997 #4 @ 21dpo - 3799 :D
    EDD 12/1 based on O, 11/28 per Ob/Gyn (but he's wrong lol).

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  • I have United Health Care & while they don't cover anything fertility related, they are part of a program called ParentSteps that "offers the ability to purchase treatment cycles and infertility medications at group discount prices" if you go to a clinic in their network. Has anyone heard of or tried this? I am in East Texas, and the nearest clinic in network is in Dallas, which is about 2 hours away, so am unsure if it's worth it?
  • @Kaessi i saw your comment and called my UHC to check on the program. I didnt even notice it on there. I'll have more info tomorrow when they call me about it, but I think I may still get on DH's BCBS policy if I dont like what I hear.


    I also called the fertility clinic where I would be referred (there's only 1 in the area that works with my current healthcare network). So they said that the intitial consultation should be covered by your insurance. I called my insurance and they said until there's an infertility diagnosis on your claim, all specialists and most testing should be covered. (regular blood work and such, not SA). The clinic said that if you make an appt they will have a financial advisor go over everything with you, but a self-pay IUI procedure will cost $900, including sperm washing and ultrasounds but not including medication. I live in NC though, so I know things in our state aren't as high as others. It seems to really depend on your region, so I would call and find out. 
    Met DH - 9/2003
    Dating - 9/18/2012
    Married - 8/16/2014
    NTNP - 7/2014-5/2015 
    TTC #1 - 5/2015 (CP October @ 4w2d)
    *PCOS/Hypothyroid/Ectopic Kidney/High DHEA-S*
    HSG - All clear, ectopic kidney didn't affect uterus (yay!)
    CT Adrenal Scan - no tumors! :D
    SA - sperm count excellent, 2% Morphology
    March/April IUI scheduled -  surprise BFP w/ help of Progesterone - 3/18/2016
    Beta #1 @ 11dpo - 45.7 #2 @ 14dpo - 163 #3 @ 18dpo - 997 #4 @ 21dpo - 3799 :D
    EDD 12/1 based on O, 11/28 per Ob/Gyn (but he's wrong lol).

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  • Thanks for the info @juliehollz13! Would love to hear what you find out from UHC when they call you back.
    I haven't gone as far as to check with them since we are first going to pursue a UR before RE and I'm not sure what we're facing just yet.

    Good luck on your journey!!


  • @Kaessi  I'm thinking they can't do the testing on you until issues are solved with your husband because fixing his issue might allow you to get pregnant and there is no point in using the resources for testing you if they think they already found the problem.
  • KLake42KLake42 member
    edited February 2016
    At my clinic in Atlanta, IUIs with drugs and ultrasounds run about $1400 each.  Bare bones IVF package is just under $10k, but most people go for the $13k package since it includes ICSI and frozen transfers, if needed.  Drugs for IVF came up to $5500 for me.

    Edited to delete a line where I mentioned how much I spent in 2015, because it includes stuff like acupuncture, and other things (I got it together for my taxes).  And it's a stupid number.  And I'm still not pregnant.
    Me- 39 (turning 40 in April), TTC for the first time ever (since Jan 2015), low ovarian reserve
    Married 3/14/14 to my wonderful wife, but her sperm count is rather low
    TTC with frozen donor sperm and science

    7 IUIs, 7 BFNs.
    2 IVF attempts, both cancelled and converted to IUI, both BFNs.
    Decided that my tired old ovaries are ready to retire.
    Next step- reciprocal IVF, using my wife's eggs, my uterus!  
    fresh 5 day transfer (2 embryos) 4/17/17- BFP! 
    Identical twins "due" 1/2/17 (but anticipated arrival sometime December)

  • At my clinic, the IUI is between $800-1200 depending on the package...and that includes all blood work and u/s but no meds.  I just filled my Letrozole (Femara) last night at Target and got 10 pills for $12.99 without insurance.  
    Me: 31 | H: 32
    Married September 2014
    TTC #1 December 2014
    RE appt 12/2015
    CD3 labs normal | HSG 1/8/16 clear | H's SA excellent
    Dx: Unexplained Infertility
    February 2016, cycle 16 - cycle #1 with Letrozole 5mg + TI | Progesterone=20.6
    BFP 2/24/16 - EDD 11/7/16
    It's a girl!
    Isla Quinn born 10/29/16 at 38w5d via C/S
    --------
    TFAS March 2018
    RE consultation 8/2/18
    Suprise! BFP 8/8/18 natural cycle | EDD 4/19/19
    It's a girl!
    Afton Noelle born 4/10/19 at 38w5d via natural VBAC
  • juliehollz13juliehollz13 member
    edited February 2016
    Kaessi said:
    Thanks for the info @juliehollz13! Would love to hear what you find out from UHC when they call you back.
    I haven't gone as far as to check with them since we are first going to pursue a UR before RE and I'm not sure what we're facing just yet.

    Good luck on your journey!!


    @@Kaessi  I got the call from the Parent Steps nurse with UHC. Basically they assign you an RN that works with RE's to be your consultant and you can call her anytime with questions about anything fertility related. Like your personal case worker. She will also be able to answer any insurance questions. She told me that even though UHC doesnt offer infertility treatment, all diagnostic testing leading up to an infertility diagnosis should be covered. She confirmed that while normal TSH range is up to 4.5, to get pregnant and stay pregnant it absolutely has to be under 2.5. She will send a packet with discount packages and such, basically the parent step program IS discount fertility service program.

    She also suggested "fertility lifeline" website that has alot of discount programs, some on a sliding scale based on your income and some depending on other factors. 

    Parent Steps also offers counseling services for depression and anxiety for TTC couples. 
    Met DH - 9/2003
    Dating - 9/18/2012
    Married - 8/16/2014
    NTNP - 7/2014-5/2015 
    TTC #1 - 5/2015 (CP October @ 4w2d)
    *PCOS/Hypothyroid/Ectopic Kidney/High DHEA-S*
    HSG - All clear, ectopic kidney didn't affect uterus (yay!)
    CT Adrenal Scan - no tumors! :D
    SA - sperm count excellent, 2% Morphology
    March/April IUI scheduled -  surprise BFP w/ help of Progesterone - 3/18/2016
    Beta #1 @ 11dpo - 45.7 #2 @ 14dpo - 163 #3 @ 18dpo - 997 #4 @ 21dpo - 3799 :D
    EDD 12/1 based on O, 11/28 per Ob/Gyn (but he's wrong lol).

    *TEAM BLUE!*

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  • Thank for you sharing @juliehollz13! Sounds like it might be worth a shot. Do you think you're going to try it? And is there a clinic in network that's in your area?
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