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Supplemental Insurance?

Postby WJAwad » Mon Jul 18, 2005 12:01 am

Does anyone know of any supplement insurance that exists for Infertility to help with the costs? If so, is it state dependent (I live in MI). I have done limited researching on the web and find some of it confusing.
Wendy
Me: 31, DH 30
TTC: #1 for 1.5 Yrs
Tubal Damage
1st IVF with ICSI
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Postby tony » Sat Aug 13, 2005 1:00 am

have you tryed talk to your md about the grant program?? :)
me 35 dw 30
6 iui
2 ivf and 1 fet all negative
4th ivf... no heart beat d&e at the 8th week
5th ivf bfp....and 3 frozen ebryos!!!
2 boys !!!!!Anthony and Alessio
............CIAOBYE..........God Bless all of us
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Postby WJAwad » Wed Aug 24, 2005 2:19 am

No, I have not. I am looking into ARC and a few others. I even found that Capital One offers a 5.9% loan for IVF. However, out of all my current options, a home equity loan may be my only way to go.
Wendy
Me: 31, DH 30
TTC: #1 for 1.5 Yrs
Tubal Damage
1st IVF with ICSI
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Location: Michigan


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