How Much Does Clomid Cost?

on Oct 17, 2012

by Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

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Clomid is the most widely prescribed fertility drug and it is also one of the cheapest. Find out the various costs for Clomid and what possible discounts are available.

Clomid is one of the most beneficial fertility drugs on the market, numerous couples finally managing to conceive thanks to it and experiencing the joy of having one or more children in their life. Due to its large popularity, the drug can be acquired from numerous locations, both online and in brick and mortar facilities, thus making its cost vary quite a lot. Here are 4 important facts about the Clomid costs. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Cost depends on dosage & length of use

First of all, the treatment cost will vary depending on various factors, such as: age, medical history, lifestyle, previous miscarriages, genetic heritage or complications and the fertility of the partner. This is because some patients, depending on these factors, may need higher dosages or longer treatment periods before seeing the expected results.

Clomid price

In the US, Canada and the UK, the Clomid cost is roughly the same, that is around $50 for one cycle (5 pills) at most of the pharmacies and online sellers. Of course, you should not forget about the additional costs involved in the treatment, like the doctor’s visits, the various initial lab tests as well as follow-up procedures. Those who are not lucky to have their health policy covering this type of procedures will have to pay for all this themselves.

Insurance policy

In the case when the insurance policy covers fertility treatments, the patients have to pay only for a fraction of the total price of the cost. In the worst case, the policy covers only 50% of the costs, but most of the companies have more generous offers for the couples who want to have a baby, sometimes the insurer paying all the expenses related to the whole fertility process, not only the medication. Considering that the woman has to go through more treatment cycles, choosing the insurance policy wisely can mean a lot.

Discounted Clomid prices

Many of the sellers, both online and in brick and mortar facilities, offer discounts constantly, in a bid to offer a helping hand to the many couples who are unfortunate enough to have fertility problems. The price cuts differ quite a lot, from only 20-25% to even 75-85% from the initial Clomid cost; the discount offer, in some cases, will be valid for more than one treatment cycle, which is really good news for patients who do not see results from the first try.

As you can see, there are a few ways to reduce the costs, but, all in all, the price of a fertility treatment with Clomid means nothing when you think about the fact that you will soon be able to hold your own precious baby in your arms.

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Dr. Prabha Sahgal MD, is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and subspecialty board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Dr. Sahgal holds a B.S. degree from MIT in molecular biology and currently serves on the ConceiveEasy board of directors.

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  • brenda

    Ive been trying for a little bit more than a year but no results. Im 21

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    There is still a good chance for you to get pregnant, giving that you’re only 21 years old and you’re still to young to be experiencing ovulatory/ infertility issues. You should try to track your ovulation dates, and increase your sexual activity during your fertile window which is 4 to 5 days before your ovulation to boost your chances of getting pregnant.

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  • Addrin

    Im a 29 yr old female and I’ve never been pregnant. I also have never had a regular cycle. However , my doctor says she didn’t find any thing wrong. My husband and i want a family! TIRED OF TRYING

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Conceiving may be challenging for you probably because of your irregular period. You may try having sex every other day to ensure your fertile windows are covered to boost your chances of getting pregnant. It is also important for you to keep yourself healthy by eating right, exercising regularly and getting enough sleep.

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  • Shirlandra

    I’m 38, married for two years, and I never been pregnant. I’ve been to see a fertility doctor and she told me that it could be a list of things that’s wrong. I have high blood pressure, irregular periods, possible clogged fallopian tubes, along with polyps and my eggs are beginning to age.

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  • amy

    IM 46 AND MY HUSBAND 27 AM I TO OLD TO HAVE A BABY CAUSE WE REALLY WANT A BABY WHAT CAN I DO IVF COST TO MUCH AND IUI THEY SAY IM OLD PLEASE HELP ME

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