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Ivf out of pocket

Postby AD0615 » Tue May 23, 2017 8:46 am

New here husband and I are doing ivf and paying100% out of pocket. Any suggestions or tips on gonal-g 450 pen I am not seeming to find a reasonable price. Is there discount programs out there besides compassionate care? Any help advice greatly appreciated!!!!
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby mglupe1979 » Wed May 24, 2017 10:59 am

Im also 100 out of pocket and i order my medication from ivfpharmcy and fast ivf. I save more than 50 percent. Good luck
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby @whenmytruerainbow » Wed Mar 28, 2018 7:17 am

For this very matter we preferred signing all-inclusive package with the clinic. Opting for money refund in case of failure. Moreover services and meds are included into price. We went for more affordable prices but had to move overseas. Ivf is too expensive here home. Good luck with your research! Sending you sticky positive vibes!
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby Alana90 » Fri Mar 30, 2018 11:12 am

Yes, there are many discount packages available.
And more often there are certain facilities that are provided on the package.
You must look for treatments which are based on the proper agreement.
Such expensive treatments must not be done without agreement.
The fertility clinics that offer you a clear agreement is trustworthy.
Often I have come across with the cases where no agreements were and they had a massive loss of money.
Just make a wise decision.
Look for packages they are offering. There would be details of services they would provide.
Good luck.
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby @whenmytruerainbow » Thu Apr 19, 2018 1:53 am

Yep, Alana90, I'm with you. Here are more details on the packages offered.
So each package covers EVERYTHING outside the plane tickets:
Medical treatment (they have no age limits only health ones for the treatments).
Egg donor fee (their donor database contains more than 600 young healthy donors with proven fertility).
Medications needed.
Services of the manager in charge of the program.
Accommodation.
Meals.
Transportation.
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby Kendell bling » Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:30 am

I guess there is a promotional price. Or it was a discount. I can't seem to remember. I have a question for you. Did you sign a contract with the clinic? It is very important. The reason is what if it fails? Your money will be wasted. I was worried about this thing as well. I contacted the clinic. They ensured me success. They have a contract. It had everything written down. If one cycle fails. They will offer me multiple cycles. In the same price. I guess this was enough for me. It was a security for the money I spent.
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby @whenmytruerainbow » Fri Jun 15, 2018 3:23 am

The clinic we've recently passed donor egg ivf offers:
1 IVF cycle for EUR 4,900.
2 cycles for EUR 6,900 (EUR 3,450 per cycle).
5 cycles for EUR 9,900 (EUR 1,980 per cycle).
The peculiarity of all packages is all-inclusive basis. Depending on the package you choose, you can get:
Unlimited number of attempts. It means that in case of failure they’ll be trying again and again until they're successful. It’s doesn’t require any extra fees. All medical examinations. Even if you have already been examined in other clinics and the reason of unsuccessful treatment wasn’t determined, they will do extra checkups in order to make treatment effective.
All packages include all medications for hormonal stimulation in framework of your program, vitamins, medical expenses and services of medical staff. Legal service: assisting in getting all documents in civil status registry office and embassy, translations, lawyer service, assisting of a manager at all stages of your program, etc. Large base of egg donors. You can choose donor on your own. They usually start the program just after signing up contract with no wasting time on searching for a donor. DNA & PGD testing. Pediatrician supervision & babysitter.
In my opinion all this is worth considering. Feel free to PM me for more info. GL!!
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby AmySmith » Thu Jan 17, 2019 11:50 am

That must be quite tough! Why don't you check out the cheaper options? There are plenty of them. You can always try to go to clinics in Eastern Europe. They are quite cheap and really good, as well. I hope this helps you. Good luck on your journey!
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby hannahdavid » Fri Jan 18, 2019 1:02 pm

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Last edited by hannahdavid on Wed Sep 18, 2019 2:01 am, edited 1 time in total.
-Low AMH and High FSH
-Poor Ovarian Reserve
-5 IUIs (failed)
-1 IVF (failed)
Life is a total mess
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby @whenmytruerainbow » Thu Jan 24, 2019 7:13 am

Infertility treatments can cost many thousands of dollars and involve strong drugs or hormones. It can also be an emotional roller coaster. Knowing your limits will keep you from being talked into some new procedure that you really don't want and can't afford. When it's time to choose a clinic, do thorough research ahead of time. Keep in mind that some fertility centers that looked great several years ago may have had a lot of turnover in staff and may have gone downhill in quality. But the numbers give you a place to start. Anyway IT IS possible to find well balanced packages, just a bit more of research. Also feel free to ask/pm if any??
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby SandraTiano » Fri Jan 25, 2019 6:14 am

Hi there! I hope you are doing well. These treatments are hard to pay out from the pocket. I also had my surrogacy out of my pocket so I know how hard it is. But I m glad I found the right clinic for my treatment. The packages were so affordable so I didn't even have to worry about the money. They even gave me a place to stay during the treatment. Although the clinic was abroad, it was worth it. From traveling to all treatment it was not that expensive. You should check them out maybe they will be able to help you out. I hope things work out for you. Good luck! Stay blessed! Bye!
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby mimimama » Tue Jan 29, 2019 5:20 am

agreed with previous posters, if you want and can, check out IVF clinics in Europe, you would save lots of money.
Me 31, DH 40. TTC 5 years. Unexplained infertility.
December 2015- IVF #1 BFN
May/June 2016- new doctor, IVF consultation in Gdansk Poland
October 2016- IVF #2 Invicta BFP!!!
July 2017 - our daughter M arrived, we are so happy
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby Caprice » Wed Jan 30, 2019 7:30 am

IVF is quite an expensive treatment. I really hope things get better for you. Why don't you try to find a cheaper option? There are some clinics which offer the same treatment for far affordable rates. You can also check out IUIs, they aren't as expensive. I hope this helps you. Good luck to you, either way!
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby hannahdavid » Wed Sep 18, 2019 1:59 am

I believe the biggest hindrance in my journey was the financial constraints. I can understand how hard it can be. The first 5 IUI cycles that were carried out were for free. However, when we moved to IVF they said they won't be fully paying for it. So we had to incur a certain percentage of money. It was hard at that time to even make that possible. When that cycle failed we thought this was the end. However, then had to think outside of the box. A friend told us about a clinic abroad that was comparatively inexpensive and had a high success rate. I was intrigued to know that and started researching on them. I was impressed to see the packages they offered. They had a standard package and the VIP package both of which included accommodation. They also offer a guarantee program that states that if one process doesn't work out the other might work out. So now we are finally going to start our second try on IVF with them. Hoping for the best.
-Low AMH and High FSH
-Poor Ovarian Reserve
-5 IUIs (failed)
-1 IVF (failed)
Life is a total mess
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Re: Ivf out of pocket

Postby mimimama » Mon Sep 30, 2019 12:29 pm

hannahdavid - good luck with your treatment
Me 31, DH 40. TTC 5 years. Unexplained infertility.
December 2015- IVF #1 BFN
May/June 2016- new doctor, IVF consultation in Gdansk Poland
October 2016- IVF #2 Invicta BFP!!!
July 2017 - our daughter M arrived, we are so happy
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