Insurance does not cover sperm banking, and it's very expensive--$150 each time he makes a deposit, as well as a monthly charge per vial to keep them frozen until they can be used. Each vial is one attempt at conception. Where we have a history of recurrent pregnancy loss with no known cause, we need as many attempts as we can get to expand our family.
His first cycle of chemo starts at the end of the month. He's been hitting the sperm bank as much as possible since last Tuesday (when we found out it was back), and he will continue to bank until the first day of chemo.
Our goal here is about $3000. Any funds that surpass that or are leftover from sperm banking will be put toward medical bills for treating his cancer.
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