IVF In Nepal- The estimated cost of IVF in Nepal is around USD 6,500 for one fresh IVF cycle which is very reasonable as compared to the cost of IVF in other developed countries. In case, you need more medications apart from standard one to stimulate ovaries then it will cost you around USD 800 in Nepal and this mainly depends upon the women that how much injections she required to stimulate ovaries if there is any requirement for an additional blood test that will cost you around USD 300.
What is the exact IVF cost in Nepal at the fertility center Nepal?
Knowing the exact IVF cost in advance can help you in preparing for the treatment. We at fertility center Nepal don’t have any hidden charges and clear you about the IVF cost and treatment procedure in advance. Given below is the approximate amount of the treatments.
- IVF with self eggs & sperm is NPR 3,40,000
- IVF with Egg Donor is NPR 4,80,000. The cost of donor egg Nepal is NPR 1,40,000-1,50,000.
- IVF with Sperm donor is NPR 3,90,000. The cost of Donor sperm is NPR 50,000
- IVF with ICSI is NPR 3,40,000. The cost of IVF and ICSI are both the same.
- IVF with IMSI is NPR 3,90,000. The cost of IMSI is NPR 50,000.
- IVF with PICSI is NPR 3,90,000. The PICSI cost is NPR 50,000.
- IVF with TESA is NPR 4,00,000. The TESA costs NPR 50,000.
If IVF alone were failed to provide a successful outcome then the fertility experts at Fertility Center Nepal will suggest the additional IVF treatments which help you in conceiving a baby.
What are the additional IVF treatments available in Nepal? How much each treatment will cost?
The following are the additional treatments which are available at Fertility Center Nepal and these are:
a) IVF with ICSI: IVF with ICSI is the best treatment where the male member is unable to produce enough sperm for fertilization due to which a fertile woman is unable to get pregnant. This is a procedure in which your fertility expert will retrieve the men sperm by using two methods (i) Testicle is a procedure known as testicular sperm aspiration (TESA), or (ii) Epididymis, is a procedure known as percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration (PESA). If still enough sperms are not retrieved then they will use an advanced procedure which is Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE). The cost of IVF with ICSI in Nepal is around USD 8,000.
b) IVF with egg donor: This is one of the most commonly used procedures in which your fertility expert will borrow the eggs from young, healthy and fertile women under the age group of 28 to 32 years. The fertility expert then artificially fertilizes the donor eggs with the sperm of the intended father and the embryo which is developed will be placed into the uterus of the intended mother and she will carry her baby in her womb until the baby delivered. The cost of IVF with egg donor is around USD 20,000 in Nepal as this includes the cost of IVF and the compensation which is made to egg donor for donating her eggs.
c) IVF with PGD (Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis): This is a procedure in which your fertility expert will screen the single cells from embryos to check them for any genetic disease or chromosomal disorders. The purpose your fertility expert will perform PGD before they transfer the embryo into your uterus is that the genetic disease will not transfer into the new-born. The cost of IVF with PGD in Nepal is around USD 10,000 including the cost of IVF.
d) IVF with Surrogacy: This is a procedure that is usually recommended to the women who are unable to carry the pregnancy in their womb due to some medical illness. This procedure will help them to have their baby as the fertility experts at Fertility Center Nepal will hire the surrogate mother who will carry the baby in her womb until the baby is born and hand-over to his/her intended parents. The cost of surrogacy is a little expensive than other IVF procedures which will be around USD 35,000 in Nepal as this includes the compensation of surrogate mother, legal charges, screening cost, food, accommodation for surrogate mother and the cost of IVF.
Why people prefer to have IVF in Nepal?
The people prefer to have IVF in Nepal because this is a country that offers cost-effective IVF with world-class facilities under one roof. The kind of attention given by the other staff members at Fertility Center Nepal is at par with the rest of the world as people will not only get the reasonable treatment but also the best atmosphere, infrastructure, personal and medical care, 24*7 support, etc. which allow them to concentrate on their treatment to achieve the successful outcome of the procedure which means they can successfully take their baby home.
To date, the success rates for taking the baby home from Fertility Center Nepal are around 70 to 80% which is quite high success rates as compared to other developed countries. Also, the fertility experts here make the pregnancy possible for women over the age of 40 years who were rejected from their countries because of increased age. This makes Nepal is the favorite destination for all the people across the globe and people every year are increasing rapidly in Nepal for the IVF treatment at a reasonable cost with the highest success rates.
What is IVF?
IVF or In Vitro Fertilization is a medical solution to infertility. It is one of the most popular fertility treatments because of its higher success rate than other fertility treatments. IVF is a process that can be done with other fertility treatments to make the treatment increase the success rate.
What is the procedure of IVF?
The IVF procedure consists of mainly five steps:
- Ovarian Stimulation
- Egg retrieval
- Sperm retrieval / collection
- Embryo transfer
What is ovarian stimulation? How is it done?
Ovarian stimulation is a treatment used to increase the number of eggs released. This process increases the chances of pregnancy in IVF. Medications and injections can do this method of increasing the number of the egg released in a woman. It takes around 8 to 14 days to complete
What is egg retrieval? How is it done?
Egg retrieval is the second major step in IVF treatment that takes place in a particular procedure room.
The expert completes the procedure in 30 minutes approximately. In the process, ovarian follicles are drained, and the drained fluid is sent to the lab to separate eggs from it. With the help of special needle and ultrasound images, eggs are sucked out of follicles with gentle suction.
What is sperm retrieval/collection? How is it done?
On the same day of egg retrieval, the expert performs sperm collection or retrieval procedure. In sperm collection, the intended father gives the sample of his sperm by himself. In contrast, in the sperm retrieval process, the expert performs sperm retrieval surgery, where a man with no sperm in their ejaculate needs to have sperm collected or retrieved directly from the testis. The expert performs the sperm retrieval under local anesthesia. It is a quick process and takes around 10 minutes.
If the intended father is suffering from infertility and required sperm retrieval surgery, it adds to Nepal’s IVF cost.
What is Fertilization? How is it done?
Naturally, fertilization is when a sperm fuses with a female egg during intercourse. During this procedure, the sperm travels through the fallopian tube and penetrates the ovum or female egg (the layer is called zona pellucida), and fertilizes with it that forms a zygote, also known as a fertilized egg that implanted in the uterus of the female. The whole process happens inside a woman’s body.
In IVF, the retrieved female egg is combined with the collected sperm in a cultured dish. The expert performs the procedure in a lab to develop an embryo.
What is Embryo transfer? How is it done?
Once the embryo is formed through fertilization in a lab, the expert asks the willing to be a mother for the embryo transfer process. The expert places the embryo into the mother’s uterus through minor surgery in the doctor’s clinic. The process is quick and comfortable.
Calculation of IVF cost in Nepal
The couples who are undergoing IVF treatment for them it is very important to understand how the cost of IVF is calculated and what all include during the IVF cycle. The following are the calculation of IVF treatment:
- The basic cost of IVF is around 7-10% and this will include the cost of the fertility expert, cost of the eggs which are collected from women ovaries and transferring the developed embryo into the women uterus, charges of the embryologists, ultrasound scan charges, blood tests charges, airport pick-up, etc.
- The basic cost of IVF in Nepal for treating the male infertility issues which are around 30 to 40% and this will include the cost of the ICSI procedure in which the fertility experts at Fertility Center Nepal will directly inject the single sperm into each egg of women for fertilization.
- The basic cost for storing the embryos in Nepal for one year will be around 10% only of the basic IVF cost, whereas the other clinics in developed countries will charge around 40% of the basic IVF cost for storing the embryos for one year.
- The basic IVF cost in Nepal also includes the cost of the standard medication used for IVF treatment, however, if you need medication for stimulating the ovaries than you need to pay extra from your pocket but the other developed countries do not include the standard medication cost in the basic IVF package.
All the above calculations for IVF treatment shows that Nepal is a reasonable country for IVF treatment as compared to the USA, UK, Australia, Russia, etc.