My DH and I found out in July that IVF would be our best chance of having a child. Everything started to move so fast and all of a sudden. We have a wonderful fertility center where we live and love our doctor. I found this group and learned most of the steps, lingo, and procedures right here. I was set to have my baseline Oct 19, we were trying to keep up by figuring out how we were going to pay the 10,411.00 all at once, and then I got the call today that stopped everything. My meds totaled $2489.70, it was the last straw of "how in the world do we come up with that" and we had to resign to the fact that after nine years together, when we finally thought it was our turn, we would have to wait again until we could come up with more money. It is breaking my heart, but at the same time, I truly believe we are blessed to still have a chance to create life. I will take the chance whenever we can afford the leap, but it does not make any of this seem easier or fair. Sorry for the rant, I have waited a long time to join and post. I must say thank you to all, this is a great place to find.
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