Texas Fertility, P.A.
You are growing impatient with the basic therapy, which is most likely performed at the Ob/Gyn's office. You have spent considerable time, effort and money trying to avoid the therapy that is perceived as the most expensive. You are contemplating whether to continue with therapy or not, and a key determination of that is to understand the risks, success rates and costs associated with each therapy. Frequently, the most expensive therapy is the one that does not work.
Regarding the cost...
Most insurance companies provide coverage for therapy other than IVF (in vitro fertilization). Therefore, there is more comprehensive discussion of cost in these sections.
(Please note: Most patients do not need IVF. It is estimated that fewer than 5% of all infertility patients ever need such a therapy. Concerns about this therapy may be premature. Speak to a Reproductive Endocrinologist to determine your treatment.)
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