Provincial Coverage

Financial coverage of fertility procedures and drugs by Canadian provinces is limited, and varies significantly by province.

In 2010, Quebec became the first Canadian province to fund IVF, and the new law now covers up to 3 stimulated in vitro fertilization cycles, without a live birth. The stimulated cycles produce multiple ova and embryos, and transfer of each embryo, one by one, is covered, for as many times as there are embryos. On the other hand, up to 6 natural or modified natural in vitro fertilization cycles, without a live birth, are also covered (http://www.sante.gouv.qc.ca/en/programmes-et-mesures-daide/programme-quebecois-de-procreation-assistee/fecondation-in-vitro/). Other than Quebec, there has been no significant change in the level of funding for infertility treatments (http://www.infertilitynetwork.org/insurance). Your health care provider will be able to tell you if any of your fertility treatments are covered by your provincial health care plan.


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