IUI Cost in Virginia Beach, VA
Interested in the cost of IUI in Virginia Beach VA? We provide Intrauterine Insemination here at The New Hope Center for Reproductive Medicine, and we’re happy to tell you more about the cost and what to expect. Contact us to learn more.
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Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a type of artificial insemination and a way for aspiring parents to have a child despite an issue with infertility. It’s also quite accessible and affordable today, so if you’re thinking about getting IUI but aren’t sure whether it’s a possibility for you and your partner, there’s a good chance that it is. Reach out to us here at The New Hope Center for Reproductive Medicine or read on to learn more about IUI in Virginia Beach VA!
Most often, IUI is used for partners who fall into one of several categories. One category is partners who need to use donor sperm for pregnancy, and another is partners who can’t explain the issue they have with infertility. There are also partners with endometriosis-related infertility, semen allergy, mild male factor infertility (subfertility), cervical factor infertility, and ovulatory factor infertility. If any of those issues relates to your partnership, then there’s a good chance IUI will work for you.
It certainly can be! Statistics show that most IUI pregnancies occur in the first three to four cycles of IUI. After your procedure, you’ll have to wait about two weeks before you or your partner takes an at-home pregnancy test, as if you test too soon, you could produce a false-negative result or a false-positive one. A false-negative result is a negative result even though, in fact, you are pregnant, and a false-positive result is a positive result even though you are not pregnant.
If you have your IUI done with us here at The New Hope Center for Reproductive Medicine, we might tell you to return about two weeks after your home testing for a blood test which is often better able to detect a pregnancy. If it turns out you aren’t pregnant, you’re perfectly able to try IUI again. When IUI is done for three to six months, this can maximize the chances of pregnancy.
The cost of IUI varies depending on several factors like what kind of insurance you have and the fees of the provider you see. Typically, though, the cost of IUI is more affordable than the cost of other fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization (IVF). For IUI with most providers, you can expect to pay somewhere around $300 to $1,000 without insurance coverage.
Here at The New Hope Center for Reproductive Medicine, our pricing is very affordable for many patients, and we work with most major insurance providers to help our patients cover the costs involved in their IUI procedure. We also offer multiple financing options and even have onsite financial counselors available to you. You are more than welcome to reach out to us for more information about our pricing and IUI with us!
Yes, we do. Here at The New Hope Center for Reproductive Medicine, we provide IUI and truly personalized care from professionals who’ve been creating families in your area for more than 20 years now!
We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you and your partner need our services. Our clinic is located over at OCEANA PLACE 448 Viking Drive, Suite 100 Virginia Beach, VA 23452, and you can reach us at (757) 496-5370. Call us today to learn more or to book a consultation with us. You’re also welcome to book your consultation with us online. We offer telemed (video chat) consultations if you need one!
We look forward to helping you soon! For more information, please call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Virginia Beach VA, Rudee Heights VA, Lynnhaven VA, Linkhorn Estates VA and Dam Neck VA.