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    How to begin

    I live in Virginia and first need to know a good reasonably priced Dr near us for IVF... Second, is this possible with bad credit? I need some advice on how to begin it all... My tubes are tied and my new husband of 2 years has no children so we want to have a baby...

    Need help on the financing with bad credit and who to go to if that can get helped.


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    Hello again,

    I replied on your other thread. Basically, all lenders require that you have a credit score of 650 or higher. I'd suggest applying for a grant at cadefoundation.org or participating in a research study clinicaltrials.gov.

    Good luck!

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