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The Fertility Hub: Resources for Infertility Patients

Infertility is an emotional rollercoaster, and couples often feel isolated and overwhelmed in their situation. After diagnosis, some couples will take to the internet for more information and explore all of their options for treatment.

One resource is The Fertility Hub, a website that brings patients and assisted reproduction healthcare providers together. Founder Veronica Montgomery said, “Infertility patients are information-hungry. In many states, health insurance considers IVF an elective procedure, so many patients are self-funded. The two key elements of choosing a clinic for treatment are success rates and price.”

Resources for patients

The Fertility Hub gives patients options for treatment, explains all aspects of an infertility diagnosis, has a full medical glossary to explain a diagnosis, and breaks down all medication.

Patients are kept up-to-date on the latest techniques and advances in assisted reproduction to help them on their journey to parenthood.

With over 16 years of experience working with IVF patients, Montgomery continued, “The Fertility Hub is a free resource and allows patients to speak to us directly for advice and guidance. Many U.S. patients are now willing to travel across states and even out of the country to find success at an affordable rate.”

Resources for clinic

The Fertility Hub is also a popular resource for clinics. There is a locked area for healthcare providers covering latest research, IVF clinic supplier updates, vacancies in assisted reproduction, and a weekly blog on managing an IVF unit.

For more information, please go to www.thefertilityhub.com.

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