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Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
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?

WebMD has a few Infertility Resources including:

Resolve - The National Infertility Association. They offer information, support, and information on Financing and Costs of Treatment .

American Fertility Association - Infertility and Family Building. They have advice, information and support. This includes areas on adoption, men, surrogates and LGBT support, too.

American Society for Reproductive Medicine - While geared toward health experts, it does have news, information and articles all related to infertility and reproduction.

So what are your favorite reproduction and infertility resources? Do you have a positive or negative experience to share? Let's create a great list of our favorites!

Byroney

Please note: You can include the name of clinics and hospitals, but not specific doctors unless they're an author and/or are a public figure, like Dr. Oz.
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