Changing the Future of Fertility

Insure you family’s future with affordable early-life fertility coverage from LifeSpring

With the benefit of our innovative early-life coverage, LifeSpring can help your child or grandchild overcome potential infertility issues and manage the costs of expensive treatment.

The Challenge

Infertility is all around us. Chances are, you or someone you know is struggling to build a family due to the challenges of infertility. In addition to taking a very personal, emotional toll on prospective parents, the costs associated with infertility treatment can present an added financial burden man just can’t bear.
Some are fortunate enough to enjoy the benefit of coverage from their employer. But with just one-in-four mid-size or larger employers currently providing coverage for expensive treatment like drug therapy, intrauterine insemination (IUI), and invitro fertilization (IVF), most are offered nothing in the way of assistance.

12% Diagnosed with Infertility

One-in-eight American couples, have received a diagnosis of infertility after attempting to conceive for a one-year period.

$1 Billion Total Treatment Spending on IVF

In 2017, prospective parents in the United States spent more than $1 billion on costly fertility treatment options.

$40,000 Average Treatment Cost

In an effort to conceive, prospective parents diagnosed with infertility spend more than $40,000, on average.

The Promise

Thankfully, for those wanting to start a family, today's medical advances offer alternatives that can help. The question is: how can prospective parents struggling with infertility overcome the additional financial burden of expensive treatment?
At LifeSpring, we've set out to alleviate that burden by providing families policy coverage well in advance of an infertility diagnosis. Available for children 13 years of age or younger and offering assistance through age 37, LifeSpring’s affordable early-life coverage can help your children or grandchildren overcome potential fertility issues.
Make a promise. Contact LifeSpring today, and help insure your family's future.

FAQ's

A policy may be bought any time for the beneficiary from birth to the end of his or her thirteenth year.
The beneficiary can access coverage starting at age 18, and it will last until the age of 35. As long as a claim is made by age 35, the beneficiary will have 24 months to complete treatment for that claim.
Anyone. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, godparents, and friends can purchase policies for their loved ones.
Policies may vary from state to state. Please note, this is not a substitute for reading your policy, but many of the following procedures may be covered under our policy: Anesthesia, Drug Therapy, Ejaculatory Duct Resection, IUI, IVF, Lab Testing, Medical Imaging Studies, Outpatient Surgical Center, Pre-implementation Diagnostic Screening, Sperm Retrieval, Varicocele Repair for Infertility, and Egg and Sperm Embryo Storage.
Yes. The LifeSpring Policy was designed to cover the couple diagnosed with primary infertility. The policy limit provides coverage for both members of the couple!
All doctors and procedures should be preapproved and accepted by us prior to treatment to insure that the maximum payment under this policy is available to you.