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Asheville, NC, Fertility Guide


Women who are looking for an Asheville fertility clinic or an Asheville fertility doctor in their city are in luck. There is one fertility clinic located right in the city of Asheville and a total of eight fertility clinics throughout the state of North Carolina. There are also two fertility clinics located in nearby Greenville, South Carolina.

Selecting the right Asheville fertility clinic may seem like a daunting task. What should you look for in a North Carolina fertility clinic? Researching fertility clinic success rates is helpful, as is determining which fertility clinics offer which services. Some fertility clinics are satellite offices, which may mean they may not necessarily offer the full spectrum of services offered at the main location. You may also want to pay attention to other considerations, like travel time to the fertility clinic and appointment hours offered.

Fertility treatment costs can add up quickly, especially since it is common to require more than one cycle of treatment. Infertility insurance can help defray some of these costs. While 15 states currently have infertility insurance laws in place, North Carolina does not yet have such a mandate. So before you begin treatment, talk with a representative of your health insurance plan to determine what your own plan may cover.

North Carolina fertility clinics offer basic fertility treatments and advanced reproductive services, like egg donation and surrogacy. Because North Carolina, like many other states, does not have clear laws on surrogacy agreements, it is important to retain the services of a reproductive law attorney before you begin the process. Your lawyer can help draw up agreements that can protect your rights as well as those of the surrogate.

Information on fertility clinics in Asheville, as well as those throughout North Carolina and nearby Greenville, South Carolina, can be found in the most recent edition of the Assisted Reproductive Technology Report, which is published by the CDC.

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