544 families had one child, 151 had twins and eights families welcomed triplets.
"Since the start of compensation, families with fertility problems have undergone almost 15,000 various state-funded artificial insemination services. They have been provided to slightly over 4,500 people, with almost equal shares of women and men," Lukas Zilinskas of the National Health Insurance Fund said.
The fund estimates that almost 4.23 million euros have been spent on various procedures and medications during the period, with amounts ranging from as little as 38 euros to over 17,000 euros.
In Lithuania, both state and private hospitals provide AI services, but private hospitals need special licenses and agreements with the National health Insurance Fund.
Currently, eight state and private medial establishment provide AI services in Lithuania.
Following long discussions, the AI law was adopted by the Lithuanian Seimas in 2016 and came into force in 2017.