Fertility preservation is a fast-growing healthcare need

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The facts about fertility preservation

More companies are adding fertility and family-forming support to their benefits packages. In 2019, 31% of employers with 500+ employees offered some type of fertility benefit. This means there’s a need within the workforce, and the numbers speak for themselves.

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88% of employees would consider changing jobs for access to fertility benefits.

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40% of people planning to undergo fertility treatment reported feeling stressed about the costs.

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97% of employers reported that adding fertility and family-forming care options did not result in a significant increase in medical plan costs.

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Why offer fertility preservation coverage?

People are looking for support as they explore their options for their fertility health — both now and in the future. With Carrot, companies can empower their employees to decide when to begin their fertility journeys.

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What does a fertility preservation journey look like?

Fertility journeys are different for everyone, but they often start with a fertility specialist who can help members understand whether egg freezing or sperm preservation is right for them. They'll likely suggest a fertility assessment and screening tests, such as blood work and semen analysis, to determine if preservation is a possibility.

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How does Carrot support fertility preservation journeys?

Carrot Plans guide members through every step of their journey. With the largest global network of 8,000+ clinics and agencies in 130+ countries, Carrot members can unlock access to expertise, personalized support (including mental health experts specialized in fertility care), free unlimited virtual visits, and Carrot Rx.

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Navigating fertility preservation amidst cancer

Cancer treatments can lead to infertility — but fertility preservation is rarely covered by insurance. Hear how two people navigated egg freezing journeys after receiving cancer diagnoses.

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Egg, sperm, and embryo freezing

Carrot supports fertility preservation — personal or medical, any reason, anytime, through preparation, freezing, and storage.

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When IVF is the right option, Carrot prioritizes safe and cost-effective pregnancies. By promoting single embryo transfers, Carrot decreases risks and drives healthier outcomes.

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Gestational surrogacy

Carrot provides an array of support for donor-assisted journeys, including adoption and gestational surrogacy, and guidance to vetted agencies and legal partners.

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Pregnancy and postpartum

From prenatal to postpartum, Carrot provides world-class resources, support, and education that improves health outcomes, lowers healthcare costs, and helps employees navigate life changes.

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Menopause and low testosterone

Fertility health is a lifelong journey, and Carrot is there every step of the way. As a complete, clinically-validated, age-inclusive package — with support for menopause and low T — no employee is ever left behind.

Culturally competent care

Carrot provides culturally competent care including guidance to BIPOC providers and those who provide specialized care for members of the LGBTQ+ community.

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Learn how Carrot can help your employees navigate their fertility and family-forming care options.

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