Fertility advocate, Aprill Lane (found of AGC Scholarships) gives back to the infertile community- she donated her uterus to a recipient with MRKH. Her point though is that everyone can give back something. What can you give back?
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RMA of Connecticut's infertility patient shared her personal story about affording fertility treatment. During open enrollment, she investigated options outside of her employer’s plan and discovered a way to have the medical treatment needed to build her family.
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Maybe a baby, but not ready yet? Keep all your options open about your fertility and family building future- know the facts about infertility.
Kyle Tzanetiz, Team Lead of Andrology and the Andrology Patient Liaison, has been working in the field of reproductive health for over 4 years now. Kyle is a firm believer that no person should be alone in infertility and the family building process. Listen to what he has to say about the male perspective of going through treatment.
If you work for a company that offers insurance to its employees, you have until December 15th to take advantage of “Open Enrollment,” (when you can switch to an insurance provider that might offer more comprehensive “infertility” benefits). Here are three tips from RMA of CT.
There are very few more tiresome questions than “are you pregnant?” Especially when you’re in fertility treatment during the holidays. Here's how to avoid the question entirely!