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August 22, 2012

I look back on 2009 as our “lost year.” Progress was made, but slowly, and it seemed like every two steps forward were followed by one step back, both medically and financially.

We started off the year in the greatest way, by celebrating our marriage with a reception at Keen’s, one of our favorite restaurants in Manhattan with 60 of our best friends and family. It’s one of the most wonderful days of my life.

Still glowing from the joy of the wedding reception and thinking that so far this had been a breeze, I looked over my list of required pre-tests and set out to complete them. I had left the “uncovered” ones til last. My health insurance through work did cover infertility treatments (supposedly up to $7,500 per lifetime) and most of the diagnostic tests. Since most of the bloodwork (e.g., HIV, STD, and other screening and…

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