How Much Does IVIG Treatment Cost?

IVIG (immunoglobulin therapy) is a plasma product formed by taking antibodies from donors and mixing them together to combat several immune system disorders, including CIDP and GBS.  At this moment, the FDA has approved IVIG to treat six diseases:  primary immunodeficiency; immune thrombocytopenia purpura; chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy; multifocal motor neuropathy; B-cell lymphocytic leukemia; and Kawasaki syndrome.

For an immune deficiency, where the body does not make enough antibodies, these IVIG infusions will supply them.

After these infusions, patients often see a response in less than 48 hours.

How much does IVIG treatment cost?

Amount (grams)Price Paid

What is going to be included?

Tips to know:

How can I save money?

Advertising Disclosure: This content may include referral links. Please read our disclosure policy for more info.


Average Reported Cost: $5440

100 %
0 %
Less Expensive $1 $1.5K $3K $5K $6.5K More Expensive $8k

How much did you spend?

Was it worth it?  

  1. Walter Parks (Durango,  Colorado) paid $ and said:

    Im still alive

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. R Castro (Thousand Oaks,  California) paid $200 and said:

    The cost was $5000 but I only paid $200 after Medicare and Anthem Blue Cross paid their share. Definitely worth it to treat my Myasthenia Gravis.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  3. allen (henryetta,  Oklahoma) paid $17500 and said:

    have not had it at this time ,
    the 17500.00 was for (5) treaments
    but don’t have the 700.00 copay
    for each treanment.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  4. james hayes (CHANDLER,  Arizona) paid $2500 and said:


    Was it worth it? Yes

  5. jay (bountiful,  Utah) paid $7000 and said:

    sucks, copay is $700.00 and I am on SSA.

    Was it worth it? Yes

About Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Amazon Affiliate Disclosure
Copyright © 2018 | Proudly affiliated with the T2 Web Network, LLC
The information contained on this website is intended as an educational aid only and is not intended as medical and/or legal advice.