If you’re having difficulty conceiving you’re not alone—as many as 1 in 5 couples experiences infertility. Sadly, most of these couples don’t schedule an initial consultation because they think—or have heard—that the cost of fertility treatment is too high.
But fertility treatment may not cost you as much as you think. While the actual cost depends on your individual situation, some treatments can cost as little as a few hundred dollars. And even when costs are higher, there are a number of resources available to help pay for fertility treatment, including:
At RSC New England, we have financial counselors who specialize in helping patients find ways to afford fertility treatment. They are here to help you every step of the way—all you need to do is set up an initial consultation and we will work with you to find out what your costs will be and how you can afford them.
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Understanding your best fertility financing path will ensure that you’re able to stay the course of treatment and realize your dream of having a baby.
Rick Dietz is the Executive Director and Vice President of the Reproductive Science Center of New England. RSC New England has six fertility doctors and eleven fertility clinics in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.