Because every fertility patient is unique, we developed a suite of downloadable materials to support them on their journeys. Below, you’ll find doctor discussion guides to aid your patient conversations, helpful educational resources, and a sample letter to help patients estimate insurance coverage.
Check out the options below and download what’s right for them, or direct patients to fertility.com so they can choose the most helpful resources.
Doctor Discussion Guides
Meeting with you is a crucial step in a patient’s fertility journey, but first visits can feel overwhelming. We’ve created some guides to help new patients plan in advance, so they can ask the right questions in those first, potentially overwhelming, appointments.
Questions for Your Doctor: Fertility Testing and Treatment
For couples or individuals who haven’t been able to become pregnant naturally.
Questions for Your Doctor: Egg and Embryo Freezing
For women or couples interested in preserving their fertility for the future.
Questions for Your Doctor: Sperm Freezing
For men interested in preserving their fertility for the future.
Questions for Your Doctor: LGBTQ Family Building
For LGBTQ couples who may need to explore third-party options to achieve parenthood.
Browse the brochures listed here and download what's right for your patients, or direct your patients to fertility.com so they can choose the brochures most helpful to them.
In the Know: What No One Tells You About Fertility
A patient’s guide to human reproduction, getting help, and infertility treatment.
In the Know: What No One Tells You About Fertility and Your Jewish Faith
A look into the special considerations for couples whose Jewish faith has an impact on their ability to start a family.
In the Know: What No One Tells You About Male Fertility
Everything patients need to know about male fertility, from an infertility diagnosis to treatment.
In the Know: Family-Building Options for Military Members
Help military personnel learn about options for stateside infertility services, and how to preserve fertility before deployment.
In the Know: Family-Building Options for LGBTQ Couples
Information about fertility treatments and third-party options to help patients start or grow their families.
In the Know: Freezing Your Eggs, Embryos, or Sperm for the Future
An explanation of the fertility preservation process, how cryopreservation works, and the payment options available.
Health insurance companies are starting to recognize the importance of fertility assistance and many plans now include treatment benefits. Remind your patients to communicate with their insurance companies before treatment to get a better idea of costs.
Letter Requesting Predetermination of Drug Coverage
Have patients submit a Predetermination-of-Benefit Letter before treatment to see their out-of-pocket costs.