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Progyny’s Amanda Lesesne and Erin Hennessey break down how you can ask your employer for fertility coverage, what questions you should ask, and how to keep the conversation moving forward in a discussion with Beat Infertility. Watch here.
At one point or another, most of us struggling with infertility will need to address the impact on our work. The sheer number of doctor or clinic visits alone is nearly a full-time job. Testing. Procedures. Monitoring. Not to mention the hormones, the emotional roller coaster, and the self-injections.
As much as we probably want to maintain our privacy and keep a healthy separation between our work and personal lives, the intensity of infertility treatments can make that a very difficult divide to maintain (if not impossible).
Before you sit down and spill your guts to your boss, there are a few things worth considering that can make the conversation easier, and help you reach an outcome that will support you as much as possible right now. Read more.
If you have not had success in advocating with your insurance plan or employer, or have yet to try, Fertility Within Reach can help. It's 20-page Policy Makers Guide is a trusted and often-quoted source for advocates, insurers, employers, clinicians and legislators.
Davina Fankhauser, who has successfully advocated for and spearheaded state fertility legislation for fertility rights, coverage and preservation, explains how to communicate with your employer regarding enlisting their help in your family building. Be sure to consult other resources, YouTube videos and podcasts for more information. Learn more.