Cost of IVF varies with the doctor’s expertise and clinic location.
BUT WAIT! Before you go for IVF, why don’t you opt for the safe and effective Homeopathy Assisted Reproduction Therapy ( HART ) developed at the chain of Welling Homeopathy Clinics to conceive naturally? It has helped couples from over 108 countries to have a baby, naturally without artificial treatments like IVF.
- 1 Why Welling Homeopathy Therapy To Get Pregnant Naturally?
- 2 What Is The Cost Of IVF?
- 3 How Much Does IVF Cost in Mumbai?
- 4 Additional Costs for IVF Options
- 5 Cheapest IVF – Low-Cost IVF in India
- 6 Cost of IVF on Mother’s Health
- 7 Are IVF Babies Normal?
- 8 Conclusion – Cost of IVF
Why Welling Homeopathy Therapy To Get Pregnant Naturally?
- First and the largest Homeopathic infertility clinic in the world with satisfied patients from 108 countries,
- Cost-effective treatment that works in helping you get pregnant naturally,
- Gentle, non-hormonal medicines without any side effects, safe for mother and baby,
- As high as 65% success rate after the first treatment cycle of 6 months, sadly every delay in starting your treatment, reduces our success rate in helping you,
- The treatment treats the root cause in men and women that’s causing the difficulty in conceiving,
- Why conceive artificially when you can conceive safely at your home, naturally?
Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customized Homeopathy medicines to conceive naturally.
Our treatment is a specially researched & formulated Homeopathy treatment at Welling Clinics to help you conceive naturally at the earliest.
Would You Like To Conceive Naturally? Fast? And Without Any Harmful Effects On You And Your Baby?
If your answer is “YES” to any or all the above, meet our specialists now for a free consultation and evaluation, where you will discover the benefits of our specially formulated Homeopathy Assisted Reproduction Therapy. ( HART )
What Is The Cost Of IVF?
Infertility is a growing problem in today’s scenario of stressful life, both husband and wife are working in high-pressure jobs and growing career ambitions. In all these, there is very little time devoted to growing a family, early in life. Eventually when the couple plans for a baby, it turns out to be a prolonged battle.
Usually, in desperation, the couple is ready to take any step to fulfill their dream of having a child at the earliest. Most of these couples with difficulty in getting pregnant are referred for an IVF treatment, but that is rarely on the exact cause of their fertility problem. I had previously written about why IVF should be the last option and never the first priority treatment.
Today I am writing about the most searched topic on Google – the cost of IVF?
I will divide the topic into two – financial cost and the cost of IVF on your health.
With IVF, a method of assisted reproduction, a man’s sperm, and the woman’s egg are combined in a laboratory dish, where fertilization occurs. The resulting embryo or embryos is/are then transferred to the woman’s uterus (womb) to implant and develop naturally. Usually, two to four embryos are placed in the woman’s uterus at one time. Each attempt is called a cycle.
How Much Does IVF Cost in Mumbai?
The average IVF cost in India is Rs. 2,50,000 for one cycle, but the total cost of IVF can be as high as Rs. 4,50,000 or more which includes initial tests, medications, actual IVF procedure, hospital costs, nurse and other specialists fees and post-procedure tests. You may be told IVF costs, as low as Rs.1,50,000, but it’s rarely that low. These prices are for one cycle of IVF and it can take 3 cycles of IVF in some couples. Please confirm all these with your IVF specialist.
Here are indicative costs of IVF treatments in various cities in India,
|City||Average Total Cost per IVF Treatment Cycle|
*All figures are based on our patients surveyed who had tried IVF before visiting or consulting us online.
If a fertility clinic tells you that their IVF costs less than Rs.1,50,000, they are probably leaving something out from their price quote. Ask them if their price quote includes everything, including fertility drug purchases, ultrasound and monitoring costs, blood work, and any options they consider “extra”.
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Additional Costs for IVF Options
While basic IVF costs around Rs. 2,50,000 for one cycle, if you need additional assisted reproductive technologies, the cost will be higher.
For example, ICSI treatment (where a single sperm is injected directly into an egg) may be an additional Rs. 1,50,000 – Rs. 2,50,000.
If you have frozen embryos from a previous cycle and want to use them, doing so is significantly cheaper than doing a complete IVF cycle with fresh embryos. The average cost for a frozen embryo transfer (FET), is about Rs.1,20,000.
Also, Read – What is the success rate of IVF in India?
You also need to be prepared for the fact that it may take more than one IVF cycle to achieve a pregnancy, which is much more realistic. In our clinics, we have had patients who have undergone up to 4 unsuccessful IVF cycles before thinking of a natural alternative for conceiving.
Cheapest IVF – Low-Cost IVF in India
You might notice many IVF clinics promote low-cost IVF in India esp. in big cities like Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, etc. It’s can be a scam, as they will give a different price initially and eventually by the time you complete the IVF process the price may double or even triple. So before you choose a low-cost IVF in Mumbai, check the authenticity of the IVF doctor and the IVF centre. Rarely you will find a cheap IVF centre that offers IVF lower than the above-mentioned cost. So ask for the total cost of IVF to be paid at the end of the IVF process. Few charity clinics or cheap IVF clinics may offer genuine low-cost IVF in Mumbai.
Cost of IVF on Mother’s Health
Medicines used during IVF cycle, like any drugs you take, come with potential risks and side effects. Reading about potential risks can increase your anxiety during treatment and increase the failure rate in IVF. While you should be educated about the risks, the goal isn’t to scare you out of going through with treatments. Ideally, you should take what you learn here and use the information to make smarter decisions about your treatment.
Are IVF Babies Normal?
Yes, usually babies born out of IVF are normal. The use of fertility drugs during IVF cycles may lead to multiple pregnancies. Some people mistakenly think that multiples are only a risk with IVF treatment. This isn’t true, and actually, with IVF you can choose to have only one embryo transferred into the uterus (which in some women may be a good choice.)
Your risk of multiples is dependent on a number of factors, including which medication you’re taking, what dosage, and how sensitive your body is to the drugs.
If you’re taking medications that mimic the hormones FSH and LH, even with monitoring, your risk of getting pregnant with multiples is higher. As many as 30% of pregnancies from these fertility drugs are multiple pregnancies.
Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome
Another risk that comes with fertility drug use is an ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome (OHSS). OHSS occurs when the ovaries become unusually enlarged, filling with fluid. When ovulation occurs, the fluid is released into the body, causing complications.
Past studies have shown increased incidences of breast & ovarian cancers in females undergoing IVF. The studies are vastly inconclusive as contradictory reports are mentioned in various studies. They found that the risk of uterine cancer increased if higher dosages were used and if the drug was taken for six months or more.
Notably, they found that the risk of developing uterine cancer was even stronger if the women were obese or never became pregnant, with a combination of these two factors raising the risk even higher. But if more than one study across the world has concluded the increased incidences of breast & ovarian cancers after fertility drugs, you should weigh your options carefully.
Drugs and hormones used to treat infertility may cause a variety of psychological side effects. For example, the synthetic estrogen clomiphene citrate (Clomid, Serophene), frequently prescribed because it improves ovulation and increases sperm production, may cause anxiety, sleep interruptions, mood swings, and irritability in women.
(These side effects have not been documented in men.) Other infertility medications may cause depression, mania, irritability, and thinking problems. Patients and clinicians may find it hard to figure out which reactions are psychological and which are caused by medications
Patients may experience serious mental health problems on a transient basis, as they deal with the emotional and physical roller coaster typical of IVF treatment especially failed IVF treatment.
Infertility treatment can also exacerbate existing psychiatric conditions.
Infertile women with a history of depression, for example, are more likely than other infertile women to become depressed during treatment.
Conclusion – Cost of IVF
The financial cost of IVF is still comparatively bearable with the outcome expected but are you ready for the cost you or your partner may have to pay in return for the hormones and fertility drugs that are put in your body during the IVF cycle?
You save money from the cost of IVF, time and the treatment being natural is totally safe for the mother and the baby.
Think & choose wisely !! Are you ready to go through this cost of IVF?