Egg Donor In Vitro Fertilization in Kansas City: Can I Use A Shared Risk/IVF Refund Program?
Posted by Pathways to Parenthood | September 29, 2014
IVF refund Programs, also known as Shared Risk Programs, are used by many that utilize in vitro fertilization to attempt conception. These programs offer those that qualify a way to get a refund of a certain amount of money if treatment is not successful.
These refund programs are sometimes run by clinics themselves, and other times they are handled by an outside financial agency. Either way, there are qualifications for being approved for these programs, and each program’s qualifications are different. Some of these programs do allow for donor egg in vitro fertilization, some don’t.
If you are interested in learning more about these programs, the best place to start is with your clinic to see if they have their own program. If they do not, they can likely direct you to companies that they have worked with so that you can do research about your options.
Egg Donor Program Disclaimer
Pathways to Parenthood Surrogacy Agency’s egg donor program is no longer in operation. After many wonderful years of helping families grow through egg donation, the difficult but necessary decision was made to close the program. The Covid pandemic’s economic impact and change in market conditions greatly influenced our decision.
The good news is that we are still building families through surrogacy. Plus, given our years of experience, we can provide education and guidance regarding the egg donation process for family building, and also recommendations and referrals for finding an egg donor. Please contact us for more information.