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Video: Fertility Financing 101 - Knowing All Your Options

OC Fertility and Future Family Present Fertility Financing 101: Knowing all your options

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Are you considering taking the next steps in preserving your fertility for the future by freezing your eggs or sperm? Or maybe you have recently received a diagnosis that requires you to pursue fertility treatment to build your family now? 

These situations often leave a young couple or individual feeling overwhelmed as there are a lot of big decisions that come with the process. At OC Fertility, we are always here to walk you through each step of the process and we’ve now partnered with a fantastic organization called Future Family to help you navigate the financial aspects of your treatment care. 

You have enough to think about, so let the experts help guide you in making those important financial investments for your future family. 

Watch the Replay of Our Live Webinar

We partnered with Future Family for a live webinar. If you missed it, or want to re-watch, you can do so here. In it, we discuss your Financial Considerations during your Fertility Journey and how Future Family can support you.

In the webinar we cover:

A Partnership for Your Fertility Needs

We partnered with Future Family, founded by Claire Tomkins (who personally went through IVF), with the goal of supporting fertility patients on their journey.

Their customized loans are designed to save you time and money, combining all your treatment costs into one easy monthly payment. With their loans, you can also use their on-demand fertility coaching support from Registered Nurses, who are here to answer any questions you may have.

Benefits of a Future Family fertility loan:

Fertility Support You Deserve

Here at OC Fertility, we care about each of our patients and know their journey doesn’t end the second they leave our clinic doors. We want them to feel supported and understood on all levels from their medical treatment down to their financial concerns.

Please take a look at our Financial Guide and feel free to reach out to our other vetted finance partners.

Author
Dr. Nidhee Sachdev Dr. Nidhee Sachdev Nidhee Sachdev, MD has trained among the most prestigious and diverse medical programs in the country, including fellowship training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the prestigious New York University (NYU) Langone Fertility Center in New York City where she conducted research on preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) and the University of Chicago Medical Center, where she earned the academic distinction of chief resident in obstetrics and gynecology, and trained under a top recurrent pregnancy loss expert. Dr. Sachdev is passionate about providing individualized, collaborative patient care. She started her medical career right here in Orange County, earning her Doctor of Medicine at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine.

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