Pregnancy Made Possible by IVF in Mexico
For many years Jason and his wife Caitlin had wanted a child. But for them, as it is for about ten percent of couples, things didn’t go as planned. Month after month, despite following all the “rules” their doctor had given them about achieving pregnancy, nothing was working and they began walking down the long and anxious road of diagnosis and treatment for infertility.
Soon after diagnosis, the reality hit them: they could not afford the recommended treatment! With IVF (in-vitro fertility) treatments averaging $10-15,000 US dollars per cycle, even one attempt would put this hardworking couple into deeply into debit. Neither of them had insurance that would pay the costs of fertility treatment, nor would their savings make a dent.
Like so many other couples seeking options, Jason and Caitlin discovered it was possible to receive IVF treatments outside of their home country for significantly less money. Mexico, with costs that were approximately one third of what they were locally, looked the most promising. However, they were nervous about going to a foreign country knowing so little about medical care there.
The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico provides just the kind of information couples like Jason and Caitlin need to verify their choice of clinics and help them over the cultural hurdles. The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico supports people seeking treatment for infertility, travelers, expats, business people and those seeking to reduce medical costs or find reputable specialized care.