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Wyoming Fertility Guide

If you have been having trouble conceiving, you may wonder when you should transition your care to a fertility doctor. Current guidelines recommend you see a fertility doctor if you have been trying to get pregnant for one year if you’re under 35 or for six months if you are over 35.

While there are no fertility clinics in Wyoming, there are two fertility doctors who work out of clinics in nearby Montana. There are also fertility clinics in Idaho and Colorado.

So how should you choose a fertility clinic that’s right for you? Some people may be tempted to rely solely on fertility clinic success rates, but they should not be the only factors considered. Instead, you should factor in the fertility doctors’ areas of expertise and treatment philosophy, as well as practical considerations like location of the fertility clinic and whether they have extended or weekend hours.

Like many states, Wyoming does not have any specific laws that deal with surrogacy. However, since there is no law that prohibits surrogacy, it seems like this advanced reproductive technology technique would be permissible. If you are considering using a surrogate in Wyoming, it is important that you retain the services of a reproductive law attorney. These attorneys have been specially trained in the legal questions that have developed as a result of advances in assisted reproductive technology, and they can make sure your rights are protected throughout the process.

There are only 15 states that have an infertility insurance mandate in place, and Wyoming is not one of those states. However, it is still a good idea to check with a rep from your insurance plan to see if your insurance does cover any tests or treatments.

Fertility treatment costs can be steep—but there are discount plans out there that can help. The IVFAdvantage program can save you up to 40 percent on IVF costs by paying upfront for a multi-cycle IVF program. Plus, EggBanxx can help you save up to 20 percent off the walk-in prices offered by fertility clinics for egg freezing.

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