How Much Does an Iron Infusion Cost?

An iron infusion refers to a liquid dose of iron given through an IV.

The procedure is typically done on patients with an iron deficiency, a condition where iron levels are low and pills are not sufficient to keep up with the iron loss.

Three of the most commonly used solutions for intravenous iron therapy includes iron dextran, iron sucrose, and sodium ferric gluconate.

How much does an iron infusion cost?

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Average Reported Cost: $5200

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  1. Bob Beecher (Houstion,  Texas) paid $2000 and said:

    scheduled for 2 sessions, so I’m requesting estimate?

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Anne Smith (Richmond,  Virginia) paid $12200 and said:

    One very long (7 hour) session for an iron dextran infusion in a hospital. I am undecided on the value per cost. It seems extremely excessive based on what I have read.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  3. Ginger (Houston,  Texas) paid $5000 and said:

    One session in Houston was $5000.00. Took about five hours to receive the infusion. Yes it’s worth it.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  4. Rick Cassell (Tipton,  Indiana) paid $2600 and said:

    Hospital?Dr Office charged $17,000
    My insurance paid $5498
    My co-pay $2356
    To me it’s outrageouse

    Was it worth it? Yes

  5. KGM (Presque Isle,  Maine) paid $4200 and said:

    CAN YOU SAY REDICULOUS!!! 1 time infusion, 3 hours, 1mg injection of FERRIC CARBOYMALTOSE. Dr. recommended a second infusion which my wife has decided not to get because the first one didn’t make her feel any different.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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