White House Petition

So, I know it’s a major longshot, but I did a thing.

I’m tired of being ignored. I created a white house petition to make infertility treatment and testing coverage be mandated under health care law. Please sign it. Please share it on your blogs, with your family and friends who know about your IF, on your twitters-basically anywhere you feel comfortable.



Also, we have to get 150 signatures before it’s publicly searchable, so it’s up to us to get it to that point. Sign my friends, sign!


34 thoughts on “White House Petition

  1. Reblogged this on Spite or Flight and commented:
    We’re lucky, here in Maryland – one of only two states that requires insurance companies to provide fertility/IVF coverage for qualified residents.

    Even with the fertility mandate, it’s not cheap. It’s only the procedure itself that’s covered, and those meds are expensive.

    But we realize how lucky we are to have the coverage we do,

  2. Reblogged this on Still a Mama Wannabe and commented:
    Most states, including the state I live in, New Mexico, do not provide insurance coverage for infertility treatments. It is absurd that two people with infertility in the same country, with the same job, but in different states have different coverage. I am a teacher in NM and my cousin is a teacher in NJ. My cousin received unlimited iuis and four covered rounds of IVF, while I’ve had to pay entirely out of pocket for all of my iuis and ivfs. Please sign this petition!

  3. Reblogged this on Twelve Week Eternities and commented:
    Infertility testing and treatment has been a hugely integral part of fighting this battle against repeat pregnancy loss. Please sign this petition to require all insurance coverage to include infertility testing and treatment!

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