Attain Fertility Blog

The Pros and Cons of Unexplained Infertility

By: admin Wednesday Aug. 20th
Filed in: Share Your Story

woman with question markBy Michelle Howell Miller 

After reading the title, I bet you’re wondering what could possibly be positive about unexplained infertility. I had a lot of time to think about this issue as we tried to get pregnant, month after month, without success. Did I want to find out what was wrong, or was it better not to know? Knowing why might just mean that pregnancy would never be possible.

This is the one single “pro” that I could come up with during our infertility roller coaster:

If there is an actual, concrete reason for our infertility, that roadblock may mean the ride is over before it’s really begun. 

With unexplained infertility, the pro (more…)

I Am an Advocate for Infertility: Whitney’s Story

By: admin Monday Aug. 18th
Filed in: Infertility Advocacy & Awareness

volunteerFeaturing Whitney Anderson

AF: Why did you get into infertility advocacy or volunteer work and what do you hope to accomplish?

Whitney: I got into infertility advocacy because I was not happy with the state of laws and insurance coverage relating to infertility. I am upset that infertility is not covered by insurance for most people, including myself, and I wanted to do whatever I could to change that. 

I hope to see (more…)

Finding the Best Fertility Treatment

By: admin Thursday Aug. 14th
Filed in: Fertility Treatments & Options

Woman with success on computerBy Dr. Estil Y. Strawn, Jr. 

A valuable discussion between infertility patients and doctors is determining the “best” fertility treatment option. When it comes to fertility problems, however, one size truly does not fit all.

Due to the explosion of social media and the easy access to Internet research, patients can be overwhelmed by all of the information floating around on the web. Patients are sometimes misled by what appear to be very appealing fertility treatment options.

In the case of in vitro fertilization (IVF), the following devastating circumstances may lead patients to endlessly search for answers online: (more…)

Save on IVF Medications in August

By: Sharon Brooks Wednesday Aug. 6th
Filed in: Attain Fertility Clinics, Fertility Drugs, Financial Planning

Here at Attain® IVF, fulfilling your dreams of family is our HOPE for you.

If you are considering IVF as your next step along your journey to parenthood, you probably have concerns about the cost of treatment as well as how to pay for treatment. The great news is that there are solutions available to you!

  • We can help you control IVF costs. Attain IVF programs provide you multiple IVF cycles for a one-time fixed fee that can save you as much as 40% of your treatment plan.
  • Fertility loans are also available! Through CapexMD, you can finance part or all of your Attain IVF program fee as well as your fertility medications

And now CAPEXMD is extending a special offer to patients enrolling in Attain IVF in August

A $100 Rebate on IVF Medications! 

If you take out a loan with CapexMD during the month of August to finance your Attain IVF program fee and include your fertility medications in the loan – you’ll automatically qualify for a $100 Rebate.  (Click here for details.)

Call us here at Attain at (866) 968-7483 and we’ll answer all your questions and walk you through the process. We love our patients!

All my best to you… Sharon

I Am an Advocate for Infertility: Lee’s Story

By: admin Monday Aug. 4th
Filed in: Infertility Advocacy & Awareness

Volunteer for infertilityFeaturing Lee Collins

Getting started as a volunteer

AF: Why did you get into infertility advocacy or volunteer work and what do you hope to accomplish?

Lee: When I first became involved with RESOLVE, I simply wanted to help other infertility patients. I had gone through two years of unsuccessful medical treatments before I finally overcame secondary infertility, and I felt I owed it to the world to give back in some way. I had read Lance Armstrong’s book about his experience with cancer — how he recognized “the obligation of the cured” to pay it forward and help others who were still facing disease. So, a big reason I got involved was to fulfill my “obligation of the cured.”

I began by (more…)