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Navigating Fertility Clinics With a Click

Jake Anderson and Deborah Bialis of San Francisco planned to start a family not long after their wedding in 2012. But they soon ran into a roadblock: infertility. At 27, Ms. Bialis was told that her prospects for a successful pregnancy were dim because of an earlier medical condition. Not sure where to turn, the couple sought out a fertility doctor to assess their options.

After two years, two doctors and three rounds of unsuccessful fertility treatments costing $75,000, they gave up and decided to try on their own.

“It attacks you emotionally in a way that’s hard to fathom,” Mr. Anderson, 36, said of the experience. “When you think you’ll be a parent someday and then realize…

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