If you're looking for help and guidance navigating the world of fertility treatments, or you feel like your doctors/nurses don't always have enough time to answer questions, momtility.com offers a personal nurse to guide you through the process, answer questions, etc. What's more - these nurses have had their own problems with fertility and high-risk pregnancy, so they really understand what you're going through.View Thread
Dealing with infertility can be frustrating, emotionally trying, and financially challenging. If you have insurance, most insurance companies will not cover costs related to infertility. So where can you find help?
This is who we purchased our IVF cycle through. You can buy the cycles with cash or credit, and they also offer financing. They work with a variety of clinics, but not all clinics. Hope this helps someone!View Thread
Carla 8/2005 IUI 1 - DS born 5/2006 10/2007-5/2009 - 7 more IUI's; one BFP - m/c 7/2009... 9/2009-10/2009 2 more IUI's - 2 BFN; IVF 1 scheduled to start July/Aug 2010
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