This page will track how much this process costs us.
We will be taking out a loan to cover this. A donation link has been added to the sidebar for family and/or friends wishing to get us any gifts over the next few years. We’d rather the $ go towards baby Brown. Paypal does take a portion of the money collected, so if you are family or friend and you have our address, using that is best. Can’t give any $? I understand 100%, so just know kindness and positive thoughts are worth just as much to us. 🙂
11/26: Consultation $25 co-pay (yeay!)
12/6: Nurse meeting -$25 co-pay 12/10: BCPs – $29.57
12/11: First round of medications (hopefully we will only need this amount)-$326.03
Bloodwork: For T, after insurance it cost $186.73. For K, after insurance it cost $196.59.
12/27: Administrative Fee -$375 –T loves this one. So we pay you $8,000, but somehow that doesn’t cover your admin costs? I’ll be using that 24/7 phone line with q’s for sure 😉 12/27: $25 co-pay for trial transfer (yeah, somehow not included in the whopping $8,000) 12/31: IVF cycle monitoring, retrieval, embryology, transfer -$6,500 –
12/31: ICSI (if needed) -$750 – (to be refunded if not needed)
12/31: Blast culture fee & cryopreservation fees -$750 Prenatal Vitamins (10mo supply) – about $200 Baby aspirin (needed as part of medicine to be on) -$8 1/14: Anesthesia fee -$300 – ($50 discount for paying in cash) 1/16: $20 co-pay (felt pain in ovary-again shocked that this isn’t part of overall cost) 1/28: $25 co-pay – bloodtest #1 1/30: Bloodtest #2 ?? 1/30: $55 – script refill-crinone and estradiol
Total Spent as of 1/31/13 – $9,619.57
Coming Up: Co-pays, Co-pays, and more Co-pays
Notice I never updated this page? Yeah, because it’s too depressing lol.