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Vermont Fertility Guide
If you are looking to see a fertility doctor—known officially as a reproductive endocrinologist—in Vermont, you’re in luck. There is one fertility clinic right in your own backyard, located in Burlington.
Choosing a fertility clinic is an important step, and there are a few factors you should take into consideration. First, you can gain a lot of helpful information by asking a trusted doctor, or a friend or family member who has experienced infertility, for recommendations.
Then, you can bolster that knowledge with an infertility consultation with the doctors you are considering. There are five fertility doctors in Vermont you can choose from. Meeting with the fertility doctor face to face can help you learn more about his or her areas of expertise or treatment philosophy.
The Vermont fertility clinic offers basic fertility treatments services, like ovarian stimulation, and more advanced assisted reproductive technology options. These include IVF, egg donation, and gestational surrogacy.
Surrogacy is widely considered the most legally complex of the ART techniques, so if you are considering working with a surrogate, it is very important you work with a reproductive law attorney. While there are no laws that specifically deal with surrogacy in Vermont, it appears as if surrogacy is legal. Your reproductive law attorney will be able to draw up a contract and make sure your rights are protected throughout the process.
Paying for fertility treatments can be a source of stress for many patients. There is no infertility insurance mandate in Vermont that would require insurance companies to provide coverage for infertility treatments, but there are discount programs that can help you save.
The IVFAdvantage discount program can help you save up to 40 percent off the walk-in price of IVF by paying a flat fee for a package that contains multiple cycles. For fertility preservation through egg freezing, you can save up to 20 percent off the cost of egg freezing cycles with EggBanxx.