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I'll probably do a couple more cycles with Clomid and IUI before moving on to something else. My RE mentioned something about injectables during our consultation, just that there were other things that we could try down the road, if what we're doing now doesn't work. I'm just curious how much a cycle with injectables would cost because our insurance doesn't cover anything. TIA!
I would love to hear the responses to this question too! Just incase I ended up headed down that road. (Let's hope the Clomid or Letrozole work!) I would like to prepare myself so that I don't have a stroke when I find out how much they are! LOL!
Thank you so much AlexAiden Mommy for my beautiful siggie!!
My RE told me that he would write a perscription out for me and then teach me how to order my meds over seas through IVFmeds.com. He started me on Repronex, a combination of LH and FSH for multiple follicular development. It is only about 14 dollars for 75 iu (one tablet/ one vial) the doctor had me order 20 vials because they weren't sure how much I would need, given that this is my first cycle. It cost me around 200 dollars. not too bad!
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!!!
Some RE's will work with you though...since our insurance doesn't cover IUI or anything used with IUI, our RE is doing the office visits for free and the ultrasounds for 50% of his normal fee. You might ask your RE if they can do something similar.
Melissa & DH
IVF babies Claire (4), Abigail (2) and George (2)
Each vial cost $250 without insurance for me. I have insurance so it was I think $40 a vial. Ultrasounds and bloodwork are what kill you though![/b]
How many vials do you need per cycle?
Some RE's will work with you though...since our insurance doesn't cover IUI or anything used with IUI, our RE is doing the office visits for free and the ultrasounds for 50% of his normal fee. You might ask your RE if they can do something similar.[/b]
That's a good idea. What did you say to your RE to get him/her to cut their fee, etc.