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Women turn to crowdfunding for adoption, in vitro fertilization

Every year, thousands of women turn to crowdfunding to help pay for fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization (IVF). And while it may seem like a relatively new phenomenon, it’s actually been going on for quite some time.

One of the earliest examples comes from a woman named Susan LaFlesche Picotte, who in 1879 raised $1,500 (equivalent to about $41,000 today) from more than 500 donors to pay for her medical education. At the time, there were few options for women seeking to become doctors, and Picotte was determined to become the first Native American woman to earn a medical degree.

More than a century later, women are still turning to crowdfunding to pay for fertility treatments. And while the cost of IVF has come down somewhat in recent years, it’s still an expensive proposition, with the average cycle costing around $12,000.

For many women, crowdfunding provides a way to tap into a community of supporters who are willing to help them achieve their dream of becoming parents. And while there are always risks associated with any kind of crowdfunding, many women feel that the potential rewards are worth the risk.

Why are women turning to crowdfunding for fertility treatments?

There are a number of reasons why women are turning to crowdfunding to pay for fertility treatments. For many women, the cost of IVF is simply too high to afford on their own. And while insurance may cover some of the costs, there are often still substantial out-of-pocket expenses.

Crowdfunding provides a way for women to reach out to their community for financial support. And while it may seem like a risk, many women feel that it’s worth it for the chance to have a child.

Another reason why women are turning to crowdfunding is because of the increasing number of success stories. In recent years, a number of women have turned to crowdfunding to pay for their fertility treatments, and many of them have been successful in getting pregnant.

This has led to more women feeling confident about using crowdfunding to pay for their fertility treatments. And while there are no guarantees, the increasing number of success stories is giving women hope that they too can achieve their dream of becoming parents.

What are the risks associated with crowdfunding for fertility treatments?

As with any kind of crowdfunding, there are always risks associated with raising money for fertility treatments. The most obvious risk is that you may not reach your goal. And if you don’t reach your goal, you may not be able to get the treatment you need.

There are also a number of other risks associated with crowdfunding for fertility treatments. For example, you may not be able to keep all of the money you raise. And if you’re not successful in getting pregnant, you may not be able to refund your donors.

Before you decide to crowdfund for your fertility treatments, it’s important to weigh the risks and benefits. And while there are no guarantees, the potential rewards may be worth the risk.

Two Denver women are turning to crowdfunding to raise enough money to become mothers.



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