Trouble Conceiving? These Resources Can Help

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From the lowdown on insurance coverage to access to grant programs, these groups can help infertile couples figure out how to foot the bill for treatment.

The following organizations provide information and contacts that can help you finance infertility treatment, in addition to offering educational materials about medical techniques and success rates.

Baby Quest Foundation. Offers grants to pay for infertility treatments for eligible couples.

Centers for Disease Control. Publishes annual stats on fertility clinic success rates.

Fertility Within Reach. Non-profit that provides free services to negotiate infertility insurance benefits, apply for grants and financial assistance.

International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination. Offers a national scholarship program for couples who cannot afford IVF.

Kaiser Family Foundation. Provides details on states required to cover or offer infertility treatment insurance. Patient education website for the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. Non-profit that promotes reproductive health and education about infertility treatments and financing.

Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. Publishes statistics on success rates for individual clinics by patient age and type of procedure.

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