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Infertility Issues and No Insurance Do Not Necessarily Mean No Hope for Baby
Date:4/7/2009

Innovative plan offers help

ATLANTA, April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Struggling with infertility issues on top of dealing with today's economic woes is a reality for some today. The troubled economy has slowed down, but biological clocks keep ticking until they shut down. And both women and men have biological clock realities.

So, for those who want to have a baby but know they need some physical and financial help, there's a potential solution.

Georgia Reproductive Specialists (GRS), one of the country's most highly regarded fertility clinics, has an innovative solution for people whose insurance does not cover infertility services. A complimentary "get-acquainted" visit is available for new patients who do not have insurance coverage or simply wish to learn about GRS services.

For women who need in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment to help them achieve pregnancy, GRS is offering an IVF value plan at a substantially reduced cost -- up to 70 percent more treatment for the same "no hidden fees" price, though Sept. 1.

According to GRS, some 60 percent of its patients do not have insurance coverage that includes IVF treatment.

"The value plan is all about making IVF affordable," said GRS Medical Director Dr. Mark Perloe. "For almost 10 years we have been helping couples fulfill their dream of starting or growing a family. Even during today's tough times, we want to show families our continued support."

The IVF value plan includes an IVF cycle and any subsequent frozen cycles until pregnancy. It also includes a second fresh and subsequent frozen cycle, if needed.

Dr. Perloe noted the value plan should open the doors for some who otherwise may not be able to pursue their dream because of today's tough economic times.

He cited his team's commitment to achieve success through the combination of individualized patient-oriented medical care and the latest, most effective laboratory techniques.

GRS has locations in Atlanta, Alpharetta and Decatur. To learn more about GRS and/or the plan, call GRS at 404-843-BABY or visit www.ivf.com.

About Georgia Reproductive Specialists

Georgia Reproductive Specialists' staff of well-respected, experienced physicians and embryologists, along with its state-of-the-art facilities in Atlanta, Alpharetta and Decatur, is proof of the company's commitment to achieve success through the combination of individualized patient-oriented medical care and the latest, most effective laboratory techniques. Its renowned reproductive endocrinologists are experts in female and male disorders, including polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis, repeated pregnancy loss, menstrual disorders and azoospermia. The laboratory staff at GRS, specializing in in vitro fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection and other assisted reproductive technologies, plays a pivotal role in each in vitro fertilization cycle at GRS and also are called upon to lend their expertise to developing IVF centers across the country. For information, visit www.ivf.com.


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