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In The News: 2,000 frozen eggs and embryos potentially “compromised”

Cleveland’s University Hospitals just notified more than 700 patients that their frozen eggs and/or embryos might be damaged. Apparently, the temperature of their cryo tank rose to unacceptable high levels overnight last weekend. There was nobody present at the time to stop it, or fix it, or do something, anything. It wasn’t until the next morning someone…

The Tale of the Red Progesterone Pill

lThere’s a pill that does a lot of good, only the color is not as it should. A capsule that goes right inside your lady parts, leaves many screaming for their sweethearts. Why oh why must this be, a pill that leaves no one carefree. For when the capsule gets absorbed, it’s destined to strike…

IVF Meds Cheaper

How You Can Save Big on IVF Medication

Anyone who has shopped for drugs and had to pay for them out of pocket knows that in the US, medication can get very expensive, very quickly. Same goes for IVF meds. They are very expensive. The sad truth for most of us when it comes to IVF medication is that no insurance company will pick up the…

Review: One More Shot

Lately, we’ve been trying to find documentaries on IVF but there’s not a whole lot of media out there on infertility. What? Doesn’t Hollywood think infertility is sexy? A few weeks ago I heard about a new documentary called One More Shot. There’s not even an IMDb page, but the trailer looked great. We have…

The Cost of IVF Treatment in the US

LONG before we started trying to conceive. Hell, long before we were even thinking of starting a family, we knew that (out of pocket) medical costs can reach a-stro-no-mi-cal levels. You might hear: “I don’t have insurance and now I’m out $1,000 for a few simple blood tests”, or more in line with our personal situation:…

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