The International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination, Inc

Apply for the Heart Program

From INCIID the Heart is a new program established in late April of 2004. It is an "on going" annual program designed to assist infertile couples who are trying to build a family.

The costs associated with in vitro fertilization (IVF) and other medical treatments for infertility, the fact most insurance companies do not provide coverage for many types of fertility treatments, and the cost of alternatives such as adoption, leaves many suffering from infertility with little hope for realizing their dreams of family. INCIID has collected more than $1.3 Million in donated IVF services and we intend to KEEP collecting services and then give them away to consumers with medical and financial need for IVF. Please read the criteria and the FAQ BEFORE you apply.

The scholarship process is fairly complex so we suggest you register in the community at the FREE membership level BEFORE beginning the process. Come in and get to know the community, then decide whether the scholarship process is something you would like to pursue.

 

News FLASH --- First IVF Scholarship baby was born October 31, 2005 at 7:30 AM CT

 

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Hi- My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 2 years. I am an OB/NICU RN and carry our insurance. We will hit our $10,000 infertility treatment max with our next cycle. We conceived early on on our own, then did 6 rounds of clomid and most recently went on to IUI with injectables. We got pregnant that cycle only to find out our baby no longer had a heart beat at 12 weeks and had a D and C at 13 weeks. We are looking into funding and options to help us have a family. Thanks!

I am sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately, it is a story we hear often. Go to the drop down menu "IVF Scholarship" and read the FAQ. Then I am sure you will have questions. If you do, click on the contact us (top right) and send us a message. We will be glad to hear from you.

We are a military couple. My husband and I for the last 5 years are trying to get pregnant. we found out I have a rear PCOS (underweight) and just recently found out in August 2014 that I have a MTHFR mutation(A1298C, homozygous) and other infertility factors. also we found out my husband now has no so good looking sperm. we have done 8 IVFs, only got pregnant 3 times from it. and lost all 3. our first IVF took right away and got boy/girl twins. but at 19 weeks pregnant they decided they wanted to me us. they lived for about an hour each. then after was our other miscarriages. we have 6 frozen embryos left in Germany ( where we were stationed with the US Army and where we did our IVF treatments. ) and would like them to come to the state. or help start a new IVF treatment here in Tn.

I found out that both of my tubes are damaged beyond repair and was told there was no way of ame conceiving naturally.. My spouse and I have been trying to conceive now for 3 years... My insurance doesn't cover any fertility cost. I have been trying to find funding for the last 2 years..as well as started saving to pay for treatment of my own. My spouse has 3 children form previous relationships.. I would love help to start. Family of my own .

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