Financing IVF - Anyone have info on ARC?

Financing IVF - Anyone have info on ARC?

DonnaFL
DonnaFL

August 30th, 2007, 11:59 pm #1

Trying to find a way to finance IVF. By looking over their application, I am assuming ARC has a limit on both age and FSH? Does anyone know these limits? Are there ANY programs out there FSH or AMA friendly? Also, has anyone used Capital One or Care Credit?
Thanks,
Donna

Me 44, DH 43
DS 19 months, natural, high FSH baby delivered at 42.6 (Jan 06)
FSH 15.4 (Dec 03) 23 (Jan 07) 18.3 (Jun 07)
TTC #2 since Jun 06 – lots of BFNs.
IUI #1 (clomid 100, gonal 75) – BFN (Jan 07)
IUI #2, natural, trigger, BFN (Mar 07)
IUI #3 (Follistim 150, Letrazole 5, Dex 0.5) 3 follies (July 07) BFN
IUI #4 (Follistim 225, Letrazole 5, Dex 0.5) 3+ follies? O’d Early (Aug 07
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anon45
anon45

August 31st, 2007, 3:53 am #2

What is ARC? There are special loan programs for TTC?
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DonnaFL
DonnaFL

August 31st, 2007, 4:28 am #3

... Advanced Reproductive Care. I am just starting my search so I don't have alot of info. Maybe someone else can chime in. ARC had a refundable program but I am pretty sure they have restrictions on age and FSH levels. I'm wondering if anyone has applied to this program and the result of their application.
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DonnaFL
DonnaFL

August 31st, 2007, 1:53 pm #4

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Tracy
Tracy

August 31st, 2007, 6:11 pm #5

... Advanced Reproductive Care. I am just starting my search so I don't have alot of info. Maybe someone else can chime in. ARC had a refundable program but I am pretty sure they have restrictions on age and FSH levels. I'm wondering if anyone has applied to this program and the result of their application.
I know I looked into one clinic that didn't offer these type discounts to over 40 even with normal FSH, UGH!! I don't know what program it was through.....I would love to know more!! I'm self pay for IVF and have only done IUI's so far.

xoxo, Tracy

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Anonymous
Anonymous

August 31st, 2007, 8:07 pm #6

no IVF coverage and IUIs only. We were covered for IVF until DH's employer switched in January. We were blind sided. Arrrrgh!! I will let you know if I find anything. I know Captial One will finance at a low rate. I recall a post on IVFC board, the poster qualified for a loan low interest loan - 3.9% over 2 years. I forgot the amount. However other posters could only get as low as 6.9 - 8.9%.
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DonnaFL
DonnaFL

August 31st, 2007, 8:07 pm #7

I know I looked into one clinic that didn't offer these type discounts to over 40 even with normal FSH, UGH!! I don't know what program it was through.....I would love to know more!! I'm self pay for IVF and have only done IUI's so far.

xoxo, Tracy
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