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Whats The Best Health Insurance For Fertility Treatments
Contact HR: This is less a medical question as it is an insurance/benefits question. It depends on where you live, and the available carriers, and what treatments are being considered. F you have insurance, you should contact your benefits department. If you are buying for yourself you might just have to call around, or use an agent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different: Insurers and insurance regulations are different in all 50 United States. In any given state there are also different options for employers to purchase 'riders' to cover infertility on their employee insurance plans. You'd need to look at insurers in your own state, and what your employer - if you are working - provides. ...Read more
I had my tubes tied 11 years ago. My new husband want a child together. Insurance will not cover fertility treatments.how can we have a child together?
Consider your facts: You might be able to have your eggs harvested at a fertility center, fertilized with hubbies sperm and have an embryo inserted in your womb, bypassing the tubes. There is no guarantee it would work and would be expensive. If you are set on the idea you need to come up with a way to pay for it along with money to feed, clothe and educate another kid to adulthood. Sounds like a problem. ...Read more
What to do if I was wondering what kind of fertility treatments work the best. and what the requirements are?
Wher is the best fertility treatments done in the world? I want to have twin boys , and how can I achieve it?
Wants twin boys: The best way is to take ovarian stimulants, and perform gender selection, but this may not work out they way that you wish. See my site "www.Gender-select.Com". ...Read more
Depends: These are some fertility ethics -if someone can't take of a child (she is blind)? -if someone is to old and what is to old? -doing ivf to create an embryo of a specific gender-a certain blood type to save the life of an existing child and what d you do with other embryos? -doing ivf to select a deaf child or a dwarf because the parents are deaf or a dwarf and they want a child they can relate to. ...Read more
I would say yes: In my experience, i've seen some "natural" treatments work. It really depends on the underlying cause(s) of infertility to begin with, though. For example, if sperm is bad because a man smokes 3 packs of cigarettes per day, you can throw all the natural treatments you want at that and still go nowhere. I've recommended pregnitude recently. ...Read more
Danger, fertility Rx: There is always a risk in performing any medical treatment. Depending upon the drugs taken, and the procedure performed there is a slight risk, but it is rather minimal. ...Read more
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