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Did you know that one in eight couples in their life will be faced with the (heartbreaking) challenge of infertility? Did you also know that, well, most of the time insurance doesn’t cover most, if any, treatments? I know about both of these firsthand. Most of you guys already know this. We struggled with infertility for years before finally getting pregnant with Blake, by a miracle. Literally after years of treatments and medications, we were getting ready to start IVF and I went and got blood work done and was pregnant with Blake. Second time around, it was a little bit different of a story. For our sweet baby boy, who is five months old – he is the miracle baby thanks to IVF. We tried basically since Blake was born and over three years later, nothing. So we turned to IVF and after a whole lot of work, way too many injections, many prayers and transferring two embryos, one of those little embryos stuck and is now the most perfect baby boy.
Unfortunately, like I said – so many people will face this challenge and I know firsthand how hard, expensive, excruciating and incredible it is all in one. So that’s why I want to tell you guys about LifeSpring. Because this is something I so wish we’d had. LifeSpring Insurance Services offers the country’s first and exclusive insurance for primary infertility treatments, offering today’s adults an opportunity to give the next generation of couples affected by infertility a heck of a lot more hope and the financial resources they’ll need. The LifeSpring Primary Infertility Assistance Policy includes a one-time premium of approximately $2,000 or monthly payments if needed.
LifeSpring’s Primary Infertility Assistance Policy provides early-life coverage for children available for purchase through the age of 13. I know, I know – wait 13? BUT here’s why: because I would rather my babies have a set-up ready just in case. We weren’t prepared for it at all and that made it even more challenging. Parents, grandparents or anyone can purchase it. Then the benefits become available at age 18 and go through age 35. During that period, LifeSpring provides the beneficiary couple up to $50,000 of coverage following a diagnosis of primary infertility. The coverage includes medication, testing, doctor visits, IVF, anesthesia, egg/sperm/embryo storage and other related treatments with no deductibles or co-insurance. Did you read that? Read it again. That’s seriously incredible, you guys.
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