An interesting topic just came up- do any of you have creative ways of funding your treatments? My savings is nearly depleated but I'd love to be able to fund more cycles, if necessary. Do any of you know of any non-traditional ways to pay for IVF? TIA!
4 Clomid cycles- 1 Angel Baby 6 Failed IUIs 1/11-8/11 IVF 1- 11/11 Only 1 embryo :-( BFN IVF 2- 12/11 Severe OHSS- Transfer cancelled FET 1- 2/12 BFN FET 2- will be 3/12 Unexplained Secondary IF
Lurking..... at my RE office, he offered to host seminars on reproductive issues. And you got $100 for every person that attended, you had to have at least 20 I think. Another soldier going through treatments set up the whole brigade to attend a reproductive seminar one weekday (instead of working). He ended up getting over $7000 off their treatment, another girl was a nursing student who had one of her classes attend and got quite a bit too. Obviously that isnt something available to everyone, but it was pretty cool that our Dr. did that.
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