As I read some of the discussions on here I am curious as to who is flipping the bill for IVF? I am amazed by how many people are getting IVF. My insurance doesn't pay for IUI or IVF because it is a Catholic hospital and doesn't believe in that and it is up to "God's plan" on whether I get pregnant or not? Luckily, I got pregnant with my first child with the help of fertility drugs. The insurance helps with fertility drugs and with some procedures for instance to get rid of my endo. My husband is starting a new job in a couple of weeks so maybe the new insurance will provide me with more opportunities. I will keep my fingers and toes crossed. Thanks.
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