Rebecca Turner

How to Pay for Fertility Treatment

How to Pay for Fertility Treatment

Figuring out how to pay for fertility treatment can be one of the most challenging parts of the process – but it doesn’t have to be. While IVF is very expensive (averaging $15,000+ for a fresh cycle and $4,500+ for a frozen cycle), financial support is available for fertility treatment, from insurance, grants, and loans. We’ve put together a list of helpful fertility financial resources to help you navigate paying for fertility treatment.

How to Talk to Children About Donor Conception

How to Talk to Children About Donor Conception

If you’re considering using an egg, sperm, or embryo donor, then you may be wondering how to talk to your future children about donor conception

At PNWF, we follow the guidance of professional medical societies by encouraging parents to tell their donor-conceived children about their beginnings, while recognizing that sharing is a personal decision.

Understanding IVF Genetic Testing at Pacific NW Fertility

When considering fertility treatments like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), genetic testing can play an important role in diagnosing causes of infertility and maximizing the chances of a successful IVF pregnancy. Our licensed genetic counselor at Pacific NW Fertility, Lauren Garrett, MS, CGC, has written this guide to the many types of genetic testing and screening options.