How Much Does It Cost? Insemination

The cost of insemination relies on a few factors, including whether you plan on inseminating at-home or at a clinic, what type of insemination procedure you are doing, and whether you purchase sperm from a sperm bank or use a known sperm donor.

Click on the links below to learn more about the particular costs involved in each procedure.

34 Comments

  1. argelia says:

    ACTUALLY MINE IS MORE A QUESTION THAN A COMMENT.

    ME AND MY PARTNER HAVE BEEN TOGATHER FOR 7 YEARS NOW AND SHE WANTS TO GO THROUGH THE CHILD BIRTH BUT WE WANTED FOR HER TO CARRY ME EGGS SO IF FEELS MORE REAL IDK I JUST DON’T KNOW THE FIRST STEP TO TAKE??

    IF ANYONE CAN GIVE ME A CLUE

    THANKS

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    • Eliz says:

      Hi, I read somewhere that this procedure is called reciprocal insemination. When ur partner’s eggs are transferred to your body. I joined this website to see if anyone else has information on it. As I’m finding a hard time learning more abt the process and the cost. Anyone out there been through the procedure? If so please share your experiences.

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      • PATRICIA says:

        Hi. Yes, it is called reciprocal insemination, it’s actually the method my girlfriend wants to use to have our first child. The procedure however is very expensive $20,000 not including the sperm and any tests that might be needed, and it doesn’t guarantee pregnancy. Which is the part that makes it so hard. I would like to try the IVI insemination at home together.

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      • Mary s says:

        Also keep in mind He states consider the birthmother not the biological mother to be the parent and both of you will still have to go through the adoption process.

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  2. nana says:

    My partner and I are planning to have a baby boy but the idea is i want to have her egg since I’m the one that’s gonna conceive the baby so it could as much hers as mine and we are in this together

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  3. desiree says:

    I’m a female who wants to raise a kid I’ve heard a lot about this process but never heard how much any of them cost.

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  4. Laqueithia says:

    Hi, Me and my girlfriend are trying to produce a child but want to use my eggs to be placed in my girlfriend. What is the procedure do we use or what is it called.

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  5. shay says:

    Im 16 and I am a lesbian am I able to have a donor

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  6. Laura says:

    Is there any release of responsability form that a known sperm donors can sign?

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  7. lucy says:

    2 weeks ago the doctor told me that there is a 50/50 chance I mit have uterus cancer. And that I can get better if my uterus is taken out. I ask’d him if I still have a chance to get pregnant and he said yes and I got happy because I have no children and im in my 20s, but I forgot to ask and this is my question: If I wore to get pregnant, would this whole cancer get worse as the pregnancy proceeds?

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  8. somikazi zibi says:

    hi me and my partner wants to have a child together we are lesbians but i want to carry for her,we wants an unknown donor and we also wants to know what are the costs

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  9. ortiz says:

    if u remove your uterus NO NO NO U cant have kids..that doctor has lied to you..U should report him and sue for for giving you false information.

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    • dokuta says:

      Oh please, cut with that American” sue sue sue” crap. Of course she can have kids as long as her ovaries aren’t damaged/taken out. Even if she does have uterus cancer (god forbid) and she is required to take it out she can still ovulate every month an egg cell and with a help of her partner and surogat mother she can have perfectly healthy children, but, I repeat, her ovaries,must be healthy and in their designed places. :)

      I’m a md student so I know few things about this.

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  10. Hope T. says:

    Okay me an my partner are really looking forward to having kids when we get older but we want to have our with her carrying my eggs but I need more information the cost if all of it if there’s any side effects that would happen to the baby where we can get all this done at because we are in a small town in Kentucky.

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  11. daisy says:

    Good day! Me and my partner want to have baby again. I was ligated last 2007. Is their any solution that we can make baby again? Or insemination can help us? Please we need help..thank you..

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  12. Trish says:

    Quick question I have a old friend that is offering to be my donor. Now we could do it the natural way or the at home way with a syringe for me to I guess insert my uterus then wait to see.

    Now do u have a better chance the intercourse way or me actually inserting his sperm right up there the plugging the uterus I believe to hope 1 good swimmer impregnates me?

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  13. KaitlinVest says:

    Hi! I am engaged to a woman Im a woman and we want to have a baby but we want it to be like it would in a normal pregnancy where it looks like both parents.. I need to know like the different ways that could happen. I just want it to be both of our baby. Not just mine.

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  14. Velmaeve says:

    My girlfriend and I were thinking about doing the reciprocal insemination but her family has a history of medical problems. I discussed with her that I wouldn’t feel right using her eggs with all the medical problems and I didn’t want to give my child a risk of getting breast cancer, thyroid problems or any other disease, but she says that she won’t feel like the child is hers if I don’t use her eggs. I’m not sure what I can do to make sure that she feels like this baby is hers and mine?

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  15. Gina says:

    What is the price of a sperm donor in the state of Maryland?

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  16. Gina says:

    & the age range

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  17. Ayla says:

    Me nd my gilrfriend are planning on having a baby how does this whole egg thing work ? Like you can use my egg and put it inside her or what how does it happen someone please let me know please and thank you !

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  18. Tiffany says:

    So me and my wife are really trying to have children. I’ve had two miscarriages and that was with the at home option. We can not afford the pricey sperm banks. So my question is should we try home vitro again or just wait?

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    • Michelle says:

      I just had a miscarrege and I was told if I got pregnant straight away ie within 5 months there would be less chance of having another miscarrege I have had two miscarreges after the first one I fell pregnant within 2 moths and I have a buitufull baby girl now 8 and a half months I just lost the baby aweek ago I hope this helps

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  19. Robin says:

    So my girlfriend and I have talked about children in our future..I’m all for the insinuation way but she feels that it should be done the all natural way. I’m just not okay with it. At all. I hate n get sick at the thought of a man ejaculating in my girlfriend, especially when we have only sexually been with eachother. Any sujestion or help on this? We want a baby but different ways.

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    • jz231 says:

      I thought the same way. She’s curious. But in all reality that would brake any partners heart and may cause arguments. There are too many what ifs. Life is full of choices. This is another choice along the ride. I have not thought of the natural way ever sense I broke my partners heart with my selfish comments…just fyi

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  20. Lea says:

    Me and my partner are considering our options about how we can get pregnant the safest way? but without the added expense of going through a clinic. but we obviously dont want to take any risks of getting sperm from an unreliable source. so can anyone advise us as to where we go or how we go about finding the relevent information and of course prices. we live in the north east of Scotland.

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  21. ice says:

    Hi I want my girlfriend to have a baby how much will it be being that we both are gay

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  22. Animor1589 says:

    The cost of an insemination depends on your area. An insemination with our doctor is 190
    and there is and additional cost of 90 dollars to thaw the specimen out.

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  23. Jennifer says:

    my girlfriend and i have talked about having a baby i am 24 and she is 34. we have 2 children already and i carried both. she wants to carry the 3rd. my question is with her being 34 already will there be possibilities of complications. i know i do not want to concieve again do to complications having our son and having went through pre-eclampsia and anemia and having been revived. it is out of the question for me to concieve again because im scared it could happen again.

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  24. Bre says:

    My wife and I (lesbians) want to have a baby but she doesn’t want to carry and I can’t deal with the pain. We want our baby to look like us and our surrogate. Is that possible?

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