5 Ways to Pay for IVF

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    Since most health insurance plans do not cover In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), the cost, averaging over $13,000, can be daunting. Paying for it may take creativity and planning. Consider the following five options:

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  1. Profile photo of Erin Erin says:

    In Vitro fertilization is an option for any couple that has been unsuccessful with other methods. Embryos that are not used may also be frozen and used later, which can save money if the first attempt does not result in a pregnancy. http://www.placidway.com/package/2015/Top-7-Destinations-for–In-Vitro-Fertilization-in-Europe

  2. Profile photo of alison alison says:

    Sounds horrible and like all options are worthless UNLESS you started planning when your 28 years old. Which is unrealistic and rare. If you did do that and then spent 8 years trying to figure it out only to find out in the end you needed IVF, your kind of screwed. There isn’t any time left by the time you need IVF to plan for IVF. So your recommendation, while researched, is somewhat thoughtless to the reality of the cost and time. There is nothing out there that will make this better or affordable for anyone in a reasonable timeframe – so the BANKS take advantage of this and give you bad rates and terrible loan options because they know your desperate. IT’s all a horrible hoax and scam and there isn’t anyone anywhere here to really help you. If you need IVF, get rich or forget it.

  3. What does Tax Deductible mean ?? I have done my taxes before but never seen or heard of it . I make enough to take care of me and my child , its just too much to get to that point

  4. That is a lot for IVF!

  5. Profile photo of Lulu Lulu says:

    Doing just about NAY medical thing is cheaper abroad. It makes sense the same applies to IVF. It’s interesting that this treatment is tax deductible too.