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Undergoing infertility treatments such as IVF can cause not only physical and emotional stress, but can bring financial strains as well. Fertility treatment costs, particularly IVF, can add up. In order to help couples afford fertility treatments, a number of foundations and organizations provide Fertility Treatment Grants and other financial assistance.

You may want to look into the following Fertility financial aid programs:

    The Angels of Hope Foundation - IVF Grant

    Twice a year, in April and September, the Angels of Hope Foundation dispenses its Creating Miracles Grant to financially burdened couples in Illinois who need fertility treatments to conceive a child.

    Eligibility: In order to be selected, applicants must be legally married residents who live within 24 miles of Morris, IL.

    Applicants must have little or no insurance coverage and no children living in their home. Preference is given to couples early on in their fertility treatments who have likelihood for a successful outcome, as indicated by medical reports.

    Application Process: Interested applicants must complete an application and include a letter from their doctor, a medical records release, and a financial statement. Application deadlines are March 31 and August 31.

    BabyQuest Foundation- IVF Grant

    BabyQuest Foundation is a non-profit organization whose goal is to grant financial assistance to those who cannot afford infertility treatments such as IUI, IVF, egg donation, and surrogacy. Applications are accepted from heterosexual, same sex couples, and singles.

    Eligibility: Applicants may reside anywhere in the United States. They must demonstrate financial need and submit required medical documentation.

    Application Process: Grants, which are given out three times yearly on March 15, July 15, and November 15, may be used at the recipient's fertility clinic of choice in the U.S. The application is available on the BabyQuest Foundation website.

    B.U.M.P.S. - IVF Grant

    Bringing U Maternal Paternal Success (B.U.M.P.S.) is a non-profit organization in Florida that assists couples who have difficulty conceiving by providing grants for them to receive fertility treatments.

    Eligibility: Applicants must meet the definition of infertility as defined by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, be under the age of 44 if they are using their own eggs, demonstrate good overall mental and physical health, have adequate living arrangements, and have a health insurance plan that can cover prenatal health. Applications are accepted annually, from January 1-July 31.

    Application Process: Selection is based on nature of circumstances, fertility history, and financial situation.

    The Cade Foundation - IVF Grant

    Since 2004, the Cade Foundation has helped couples by providing grants to those struggling with infertility. The grant, which has a limit of $10,000 per family, helps couples pay for fertility treatment costs associated with fertility treatments or domestic adoption.

    Eligibility: In order to be eligible, applicants must have documented infertility, be legal, permanent residents of the United States, and submit the grant application with the $50 processing fee.

    Application Process: The two-part application must also include a detailed plan on how the applicants will contribute financially to their fertility treatments. Completed applications are due on June 15.

    Fertile Dreams Organization - IVF Grant

    Based in Florida, the Fertile Dreams organization gives out the annual Embracing Hope Grant, which Vivere Health helps sponsor, to couples throughout the United States who must undergo IVF treatments in order to conceive. Each year, the organization awards three couples grants of $10,000 each towards IVF costs at any fertility clinic in the United States.

    Eligibility: Couples are eligible if they have health insurance, but do not have a plan that covers fertility treatment costs.

    Application Process: Along with completing the application, couples must also provide written description of fertility history, a letter from a doctor or fertility specialist, proof of income with pay stubs and tax returns, and consent for the organization to share their story with media personnel.

    INCIID IVF Scholarships

    Each year, the InterNational Council on Infertility Information Dissemination offers a national scholarship program designed to help couples who cannot afford IVF fertility treatments on their own. With this program, fertility doctors from respected fertility clinics from across the United States donate their state-of-the art facilities and services to needy couples. The program covers most of the basic IVF costs.

    Eligibility: Before couples can become eligible, they must register with the INCIID community and donate at an annual rate of $55 or more. Applicants must meet the criteria for infertility as defined by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and must demonstrate financial need. While some kind of medical coverage is preferable, it cannot cover IVF treatment.

    Application Process: Each application is kept on file for two years. Those selected to receive the donated treatment partner with INCIID and have a small fundraising requirement. Scholarships are reviewed monthly. Deadlines are the last working day of each month.

    The JFCS Fertility Fund: A Gift From the Heart

    Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia (JFCS) is a 161 year old non-profit, which has a fund to help individuals and families who are confronted with infertility and the financial burden of fertility treatments that are not covered by insurance.

    Eligibility: Applicants must be Jewish and reside in the Greater Philadelphia Region.

    Application Process: Grants are awarded ongoing, to apply call 866.JFCS.NOW or visit

    The Madeleine Gordon Gift of Life Foundation

    Since 1995, the Madeleine Gordon Gift of Life Foundation has aided needy couples in the greater Cincinnati area afford IVF treatments.

    Eligibility: In order to be considered for aid, couples must not have any children together or have undergone previous IVF treatments. They must have a demonstrated need for IVF, be in good health, and have a combined family income of less than $70,000.

    Eligible couples must live within 10-15 miles of I-275 in the Cincinnati area.

    Application Process: To be considered, couples can send a letter detailing their circumstances to the foundation.

    Pay-It-Forward Foundation - IVF Grant

    The Pay-It-Forward Foundation helps couples in North Carolina who are struggling with infertility afford additional fertility treatments if past procedures have failed. This foundation helps couples who cannot afford treatments like IVF, donor egg IVF, and embryo adoption, military personnel who want to preserve fertility before deployment, or cancer patients who want to preserve fertility before treatments such as radiation or chemotherapy.

    Eligibility: In order to be considered for a grant, couples must complete the application, write a detailed history about fertility issues, provide a letter from their doctor describing past fertility treatments, include proof of income with documentation, and allow the foundation to share their story with media personnel if they are selected.

    Application Process: There are several opportunities to submit applications each year. Consult the Pay-It-Forward Foundation website for details.

    The Sharing Hope Financial Assistance Program - IVF Grant

    As part of the Fertile Hope organization, the Sharing Hope Financial Assistance Program provides fertility preservation assistance to couples whose fertility may be affected by treatments for cancer. The program offers assistance through sperm banking and egg and embryo freezing.

    The program doesn’t provide grants to the patients, but instead works with companies and clinics to provide discounted services and donated medications for male and female cancer patients.

    Eligibility: In order to be eligible, the patients must have an annual income of less than $75,000 if single or $100,000 if married, fall under the diagnoses of certain types of cancers, and cannot have started fertility-damaging cancer treatments.

Multi-cycle IVF programs and Refund programs can also help to save money on costs.

Sparkles of Life - IVF Grant

Sparkles of Life, Inc., is a Texas-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families on their paths to parenthood, including educating and supporting women through the IVF process. The organization's Vivere-Garden of Life Grant will help cover the costs of IVF for five couples each year.

Eligibility: The Garden of Life Grant is awarded to couples who demonstrate a documented need for fertility treatment.

Application Process: Each couple applying must submit the following materials: a completed application form, a statement of need (letter, no longer than 500 words, detailing your family building journey and explaining why you deserve to be awarded the Sparkles' Garden of Life Grant; current financial records (submit your W2 form from the last two years to verify employment and income), and a $100 application fee.


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Hi Ann, You should look into grant programs through Cade Foundation. Also, some clinics work with Springstone Financial and offer payment plans. Best of luck, Kim

My husband & I tried to conceive for 10 years. I am currently 40 yrs old. & live in CT. We discovered through surgery I had no left ovary or developed Fallopian tube. After 6 years of on/off IUI cycles we conceived. Our son was born with an initially un diagnosed rare genetic disorder. We also found out after his birth that i carry another rare genetic confition & my husband has a balanced translocation. we were hoping to to PGD but were told the gene technology does not exist? My son has recently passed away, age 2. We have tried iVF & have been unsuccessful & our insurance has a lifetime max of $5000, not including med's that we have exhausted. We have exhausted our savings providing for our SN son as insurance didn't cover his care & we have borrowed all we can from family for previous cycles. We also recently lost our home during hurricane Sandy, 2 months before my son's death. We both so want a family & really need to catch a break. Is there any help available for us that anyone knows of. Any info is so appreciated.

Im looking for some kind of financial aid for IVF treatment, I dont know how this stuff works. Im 35 with 5 children and no medical history, I had a tubaligation in 2000. 1 year ago i met the man of my dreams, he has no children and wishes for me to give him a child. Our relationship is perfect, but i think its in jepordy because I cannot make his wish come true. I would do whatever it takes to give him his first child. Does anyone know of any programs in NJ?

I'm a 28yr old I have lost two babies and both my fallopian tube. Ive never felt so lost and depressed in my life, I always though when the time was right I would have children Of my own I'm hopeful to sites like these that helps people like me that can't afford to pay the cost of IVF treatments. I'm hopeful that we will be blessed with a child of our own.

Hello just wondering if anyone has any information about grants or aids for people in Arkansas my husband and I have been trying to conceive for a little over a year. I was diagnosed with pcos about 10 years ago a year after my daughter was born. I have been trough 4 rounds of clomid and 1 round of femara. It is very disheartening when I find out every month that the meds didn't work. We would love to go to a actual fertility clinic for help but our insurance does not cover fertility and we just can not afford much more.

Hi Candice, You could check out www.clinicaltrialsgov for information on research studies at a fertility clinic near you. Fertility treatment can be significantly cheaper or free if you qualify. Best of luck, Kim

I have recently had my left side ovary and tube removed only to find that the other side is blocked and cannot be opened. IVF is my only option but military does not cover procedures of any kind. I need to know the best place to get grants for it. We cant afford it or payment plans at this time for the financing they offer. We are currently stationed in Virginia.

As Reservists we don't have the same benefits as other military couples, but now with a combined total of five deployments behind us we're looking to our future and feel that we've put in our time. I just gutted my retirement fund (a no-no, I'm aware but it was what we had) to try IVF. It failed, and now we don't have anywhere else to turn for funding. I'm tagged once again to mobilize for deployment number six-- I'm fine with this, but would desperately like to try one more time and if nothing else, freeze a few just in case. I'm 38 this year and it's heartbreaking to think with all of our duties and time apart that we will never have children. I head to Afghanistan in July and would really like some funding options before then. We are in the Greater Atlanta Metro area and could use some direction. Any assistance or advice would be appreciated. Thank you!

I'm really sorry to hear that your IVF cycle failed. What state are you located in? You should give us a call 1-855-955-BABY (2229) and we can help you find affordable options for IVF including financing options. If nothing else, check out for low cost or free treatment if you participate in a research study.


My partner and i would dream nothing more then being able totake care of a child. My partner marcus cannot carry due to her medical however i still can. We searched all the fertility clinics in the area and with our budget now we cant afford the $10,000 give or take to go through the treatments and so forth. We live in bc canada and desperately want to have a baby together. It would make ours lives whole.

Hi there,

If you are willing to travel to the United States for treatment, give us a call at 1-855-955-BABY (2229) and we can discuss treatment options for you.


My partner & I have been together for 18 years, I raised his two boys into fine young men. Although we looked into a reversal, we were discouraged that it wasn't a guarantee & the cost was high. I would really love a baby girl. We looked into IVF & even went as far as to have a sperm extraction done but when the economy crashed for us yrs ago, we just have his sperm froze & unable to finish out the process & I'm not getting any younger. I pray someday SOON that I will be blessed financially once again to be able to finish out the process of granting my wish to have a healthy baby girl for us. I believe she would bring us the happiness we have been missing since our finances went south. Are there any programs in Arizona? I'm in Tucson.

My partner and I have been together for 9years,and we recently found out both of my tubes are blocked.The doctor was very blunt and said the only way to get pregnant is through IVF.This is something we cannot afford.We live in Connecticut,and can't travel very far.I have a soon to be 10 year old son,who is not from my partner,and prayers to God everynight for a brother or sister.It just breaks my heart and saddens me.If anyone has information,I would highly appericate it.Thank you in advance.

My husband and I tried for 2 years before we finally got pregnant. I had a normal pregnancy. I saw my doctor regularly, had 2 ultrasounds and carried to full term. I went into labor and went to the hospital thinking that I would have a "typical" delivery and be leaving with my beautiful baby in a couple days. I was in labor without significant progression for several hours before my doctor told us that I would need to have a c-section. During the surgery, the doctors discovered that I had fibroids (11 fibroids, one of which was 9 cm in diameter). These were not seen in either of my ultrasounds. My son was delivered perfect and beautiful, but I had complications after his delivery. The doctors could not get my uterus to contract and I was losing a great deal of blood. The doctors tried their best, but were forced to perform a partial hysterectomy in order to save my life. Our son has brought more joy to our life than we could have ever imagined and we are thankful for every moment we have with him. We had always planned on having more children, but now that seems impossible. I have one ovary and 3 amazing sisters who have all offered to surrogate for us, but we are not capable of covering the financial costs. We live in Northwest Indiana and we are seeking any information that may help us move forward and have another baby. Please respond if you can help in any way.

Hello everyone these sites are new to me i am 27 years old i live in new york city i was just told the worst news in my life i couldnt have children due to having a heart problem i would put my own life on the line i always wanted kids i love children and knowing i cant now have my own hurts me very much i wanted to know if there any gov help or grants to pay for the help to find a surrogacy mother im not rich im on a low income i wish i was so i could pay it all just to have my child i would need help to pay for medical fees and hospital expenses. if there anyone in new york that knows a places or site i could look for this info please please email me and if there other woman would are in th boat as me feel free to email me

My husband and I have been trying for our second child ever since he returned from his deployment to Iraq, almost 3 years now. We have seen 2 fertility specialists. Have done a few cycles with Clomid, one cycle using Follistim, and 3 cycles using Menopur and Ovidrel. No luck. I am interested in IVF but insurance doesn't cover it and we do not have that amount of money just laying around. If anyone has any information that can help me, it would be greatly appreciated!!

Hey Noel,

Are you covered by Tricare or some other insurance for military personnel? Where are you located? We can definitely help you find a place that will offer discounted IVF. I actually have a few places in mind right now depending on where you live. Can you give me a call? 855-955-2229.

Kim :)


We live in TN and my wife is suffering from early aging and her qualities of eggs and quantity are quite poor as according to doctors based on tests and FSH report. We underwent one IVF cycle but was failed in that. We wanted to go through CHR(last resort for patients like us) who are telling us the cost will be around 9000 + 3000(if compl procedures decided during treatment) + 3000 medications and we almost gave 8500 for initial tests they wanted. we were not aware the costs of the tests earlier but when we went through it, we found it difficult to go throughthis procedure even tough our insurance do cover 10000 for life time infertility. But it is going togo way beyond it and we have a fear that we would be bankrupt if any unforseen expenses comes inbetween. We are not permanent residents but there are no hopes at all with normal procedure but there are chances through CHR acording to them. We have already spent lots of money in such infertility treatments but nothing has come our way and just now we came to know about CHR and the doctors at CHR had shown full hope. Is there any way we can get some help ...thanks

Hi there, Rahul,

Are you referring to the Center for Human Reproduction in New York? I bet we can find you a place closer to home so as not to max out your fertility budget. We can definitely work together on this. I will need some more information to help you. Can you email me at Alternatively, you can call 1-855-955-BABY and we can help you over the phone.

Best of luck!


my husband and I have been trying to have a baby for Eleven years! I thought it was something wrong with me at first. i went to different three ob/gn, they said my female stuff looks good.. nothing is wrong. so i turned to my husband and found out he has a low sperm counts.. also, i have a thyroid disease and it screw up my hormonal balance.. we r so desperate to have one of our own! i need some helps with grants to get ivf or adoption.. we are from Alabama.. we are in our 35's now.

Hi my name is latoya I am 27 years old married to my loving husband brad I recently had my third tubal pregnacy.I went to the doctor two weeks after finding out I was pregnant glowing with happyness Iwas lightly spoting because of my history I was conserned it was another tubal pregnany after a vaginal ultra sound I was sent home and told me and my unborn child were fine. the next day the simptoms reoccured I went back to the hospital and blood work was done, once again sent home and told I was fine.Over the next week same symptmes occured I decided to try I differant hospital at that time another ultra sound was done I will never forget the words no heart beat and yes another tubal pregnacy i was then injected with a drug that was supose to make my body reject my child and told to go home and rest.As if this was all not tramatic enough three days later I relive it again while going outside to check the mail I pass out rushed to the E.R. by ambulance I wake up in the hospital and find out the medicine did not work and needed emergency surgury and relive all this again.Whith every once of energy I had I begged them not to take my tubes and take away my chances of having a child.Thank the lord they did not take my tubes however I have had tubal pregnancy's in both tubes and one is blocked and the other partally with an 85% chance of another tubal please help us.....

Hi Latoya,

I am so sorry you are going through this. Have you done an IVF evaluation? It might be the best form of treatment for you to bypass the blockage. If funds are an issue, you could look into (grants for family building) or (research study participation for free treatment).

Best of luck to you!

Hi I am a 40 year old woman and I have a girlfriend and we are both very interested in becoming parents.. The only problem is my insurance will not cover IVF because I am 40. It is very heartbreaking to me to know that I may never be a parent because of financial reason. Having a child naturally is not an option because I had my tubes removed... Can someone please let me know of any programs or grants that can help me with paying for the IVF procedure.. I've been threw alot in life and having a child has always been a dream for me. Can someone please let me know if there is anything I can do to get the assistance i need... Even if there was a program that would allow me to make payments for the procedure I would be grateful.
Living in CT

I too am trying to conceive. I think that trying to get pregnant after 40 is a true pipe dream. I also think you should just accept that IVF is expensive and if you can't pay out, there's nothing you can do except get another way to make money. After 3 IUIs or something like that most need to go for IVF. IVF has a 30% success rate. I myself am only able to pay for sperm donation cycles. Also go into trying to conceive knowing that nobody really wants to pay for you to conceive a baby, even if they say they do. Thus, don't expect fundraisers to work outstandingly unless you have very rich, very generous friends. Being rich and being generous rarely collide in a person.

Me and my husband have been trying for 10yrs. We finally went to the doctor and found out that his sperm count was low and in order for us to conceive it would have to be planned. Our insurance doesn't cover infertility. However, we did 1 IUI and was unsuccessful unfornately we can't afford to continue the IUI for 6 months. My husband wants to do the IVF. So, does anyone knows where we can do the IVF in Louisiana for cheap or payment plan?

Hello.. I'm from Alabama! My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 3yrs with no success! I have had surgery due to I had what is called a bicornuate uterus, also endometrious, and cyst! My husband had low to normal sperm! We have undergone the iui with no luck! It has gotten to the point where we want to do the IVF! Unfortunately we are not financially able! I'm praying to the man above that he will bless us with alittle one! I'm asking for any one that has any info on any grants available here in Alabama! Also those who are going through what I am please know each and everyone of you are in my prayers! God is in control! We can't give up!

Hi Sierra - You should apply for some of the grants listed in the article on this page. In addition, NY State has a program, The New York State Infertility Demonstration Program, that subsidizes fertility treatments that are not covered by insurance. You can learn more about the program here:

In addition, I would suggest contacting Fertility Clinics or Fertility Doctors in your area to find out about finance programs they may have and/or if they participate in the Demonstration Program. We have a directory of fertility doctors and clinics on

All the Best,

Hello My name is Sierra and Im 33yrs(will b 34 in 30days) old from Queens NY. I would love to have kids and at my age my biological clock is ticking. I have Uterine Fibroids and recently had Laparoscopic surgery. After the surgery I was told that the fibroids had grew and are pressing up against my fallopian tubes. Now one of my fallopian tubes are completely blocked and the other one is semi-blocked. I was told by my Reproductive endocrinology and infertility doctor that the only successful way to get pregnant is through IVF. Also because of where the fibroids are he was unable to remove any of them as it would of caused too much scar tissue. I can't afford the IVF treatments. My insurance does not cover any type of fertility treatment it only cover prenatal care :(. So if any one knows of any kinda grant in New York City please let me know, Thank you and best of luck to ALL the women and men with fertility problems.

Hello My husband and I have been TTC for 10 year's. My husband has served two tours in Iraq and we really want to be parent's. Any help anyone can offer us would be useful. We live in Ms. Thanks so much.

Please help with any information you have concerning my dilemma!

I have been a cancer survivor for just a tad over 11 years (I'm 28 years old, now). Of course, the 1 1/2-year of chemotherapy left me infertile. My wife and I want a child of our own so bad, but like a lot of couples we are unable to afford the Vitro Fertilization treatment. I have insurance, but it does not help and I'm not able to obtain a loan or financing. My wife is unable to work due to certain issues and worst of all she is diabetic Type 1, since the age of 8. The doctor said years ago that AFTER 30 years old ( I'm mean 30 years YOUNG) having child birth would be very very high risk and could be fatal, she is 29 years of age now.

If anyone knows of a cancer survivor grant for Vitro Fertilization or really anything. I would be so appreciative of the info, which can be posted or e-mailed.

Thank you so much,
Adam & Amanda


To Adam and Amanda, How on earth will you afford to take care of a child and do you really want to risk losing your wife during child birth if something was to go wrong. Your better off adopting .

Hi my name Is lorna, and i am married to a u.S Army veteran who is disable due to emeny ground fire in iraq, my spouse(husband) was injuried in combat in 2004, I am now 43 years old and would love to have a child with my husband, however that seem impossible, with the IVF treatment, which on a veteran disability monthly salary, its impossible, needless to say i am very unhappy, my husband suffers from PTSD and many other injuries to include midlevel traumatic brain injuryEvery day i get down on my knees and pray for a miracle with tears streaming down my face,after all we have been through a baby would be the gift from God in our household, and it would help my husband with his daily struggles, i am begging anyone out there who has a heart and the ability to help, us to afford the IVF treatment, to please help us, we have written to entertainers, such as oprah and celion dion with our story, but no one has even written us back, i am in desperate need of HELP, We live in florid and the IVF treatment cost a total of $15000, for a woman to concieve, again all i am begging is that some one who can afford it, to have mercy and to help us to give the gift of life.SOME ONE PLEASE HELP

Lorna, a few months ago the va approved IVF for combat wounded vets and spouses. Talk to his dr at the VA. Good luck

Hi you stated that the VA approved IVF for combact wounded vets and spouses but I have not heard such news. I was told last year that they only cover the actual surgeries that prevent fertility and some medicine such as Clomid. If you don't mind me asking where did you get this information from?

Hi my name is jessica & im 27 yrs old & my husband & I have been trying to have a baby for a little over 2 yrs with no luck.:( last year I was diagnosed with pcos which causes cysts on my ovaries & its hard for me to ovulate. Please if there is anyone out there that can heal my broken heart by helping me become a momma please. :'( I pray everyday that the lord will make my dream a reality one day.

Glugafloge is sometimes helpful, it's for diabetes, but also helps U not form cyst on the ovaries . Also keeps ovaries from hardening as they do with pcos. Ask UR doctor about it & have UR sugar count checked. It has helped other girls get pregnant, helps the egg come out easy & in tact.

My husband and I have been together for four years and we recently attempted IVF. Unfortunately the fresh cycle didn't make it and neither did the FET. I am currently 43 years old and I have two adult children however my husband is 37 years old and has no children so that is why we have attempted to conceive. My doctors have informed me that because of my age, it may be difficult (not impossible) to conceive,. I just want to please my husband and give him at least one child of his own. We are in need of financial help because we cannot afford to pay for this ourselves. I am hoping that someone could help me with grants being offered in Georgia and possibly Alabama.

Thank you

Hi my name is Candice I am 23 and me and my husband have been trying to have a baby for four years and I have missed carried twice and now because I had polycystic cycts and have had to have 7 surgerys so when I was about 22 I had to have both of my overies removed and my eggs were distroyed before they could remove them so me and my husband have been looking into grants, aids ANYTHING that can help us I would Idealy like to carry one myself so any and ALL information will be helpful I live in modesto ca so anything that is close to me would be great thank you sooo much from me and my husband. GOD BLESS!!

My husband and I have been trying now for 12 years and are getting ready to begin the IVF program, but are overwhelmed with the cost. I do have insurance, but will only cover up to $5000. We are thinking of fundraisers and other things to try and help us out. We want a family so bad, but have been unable to achieve it. I am hoping we can qualify for a grant to try and help with the expense. We are praying for a miraculous outcome!!!

My husband and I have been trying for twelve years. We had an ectopic early on and have not had success since. He has insurance but it does not
cover this procedure. I know a lot of people say, "Don't worry" or "Relax"'s easier said than done. It brings on a form of depression that is all it's own. We are in the New York area and were wondering is there any help out there for us. When a grant or program asks you to pay a processing fee or donate 50 dollars you tend to question the legitimacy of the program. That is not to say that you have a problem with the fees because I am sure most couples who are trying will try anything. It is just important to know that it's not a scam. In the midst of the journey dissappointment comes enough, being ripped off would be heartbreaking.

My husband and I are in our mid 40"s, I just misscarried for thr second time, Devastated!! Was wondering if there is a grant to help with egg donation, would love to o the donor egg program.

depending where you live there should be an egg donor program where they do the IVF cycles. Minnesota has the Center of Reproductive Medicine in Minneapolis. at that place you can use donor egg or sperm to do the invitro and they have both. I am not an egg donor myself but was debating about doing it.

Hi all I am a mother of 2 who had my tubes tied in my marriage but have been divorced and found the love of my life. He is wonderful with my kids and still sees his ex-wives kids even though they are not his. He is disabled and we just found out a year ago has Klinefelter's syndrom and can not have kids without in-vitro. My medical covers some of the cost and I have $6,000 saved of the $13,000 we need for one try. I can't get a loan because of what my ex did to my credit. We live in Minnesota and have everything ready to start if i could just find a way to get the other $7,000 I need to try and see if my boyfriend could possibly father one of his own since he has raised everyone elses and I think deserves this. He is 43 and I am 27. Does anyone know where I can turn for help?

i'm 37 yrs old i been married 5 yrs to my husband and i want to have him a baby he can't rasie his three kids because of his crazy mother they have but his a good dad to my 6 kids that don't know their i'm begging you to find your heart to help me .

i live in arkansas willtravel to have a baby me and my husband been together 14 years no kids need help any grants or study around here please let me know im 40 and getting very low on time please lord help us

Check your state for grants .Some states have grants set up to help cost.Also some clinics most of them have shared cost programs.I pray that you guys get a baby soon. It is a a wonderful blessing that I feel every good person should have! God bless and I wish you the best of luck!

hello i live in texas and am looking for some infertility financial aid programs.or any advice would be great my husband and i have been trying for about 4 years with no luck im 27 and feel im running low on time,anybody out there that can help???

They now have kits at walmart and other drugstores where a women can check to see how fertile she is. Be positive and talk to each other always about everything you are feeeling.I pray God gives you the blessing of a baby soon!There are shared payment programs at clinics and also some states have grants to help pay for the cost.Some insurance companies in certain states are told they have to provide treatment coverage so check your state. I pray that all works out for you guys!


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