If you are experiencing infertility and don’t know where to look for help, or maybe you are at the beginning of your IVF journey—you aren’t alone. In fact, 89,208 babies were delivered in 2021 thanks to assisted reproductive technology (ART) like IVF.

On our IVF Process page, we outline a simplified timeline for what beginning IVF may look like for you. We want those experiencing infertility to feel informed, hopeful, and part of a community by learning more about infertility, IVF, and how many people are able to have babies through IVF—(a lot!).

Here are some resources to help you take a deeper look and better understand how, when, and what IVF is like and what fertility options are available.

Click here for Infertility 101.

Resolve: The National Infertility Association has been around for over 40 years. It’s a great place to start when beginning to make sense of infertility and ART options.

Click here for informative (and often hopeful) infertility stats.

This website has statistics and links to some of the most updated information available about infertility and ART.

Click here to help you find a fertility specialist and understand IVF insurance coverage.

Fertility Out Loud” is a website that is geared toward helping people experiencing infertility take action by finding fertility specialists in their area and helping them understand how their insurance may cover infertility treatments.

Click here if you’re more of a visual learner.

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has a library of shorter and longer educational videos exploring topics related to infertility and ART. They also have a gallery full of infographics with easier-to-process information.

Click here for a personal story of infertility and IVF.

The Preggers Kitchen is a personal blog from a woman documenting her infertility and IVF treatments. She now has a son and daughter who were born through IVF. Her sense of humor and authenticity will bring you a dose of hope and reality.

We hope these resources will encourage you to apply for our Legends Are Born Everyday scholarships if you are experiencing infertility. And if you’re on the other side of infertility, we welcome your generous donations to give everyone the chance to have their own baby. There’s nothing more legendary than that.