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The response “speaks to the need, one, that this is a huge issue, but it also speaks to the need (for) resources for Black women and couples who are struggling with infertility at two times the rate of our Caucasian brothers and sisters,” she stressed. I was normal before I got hives shirt, tank top, hoodie

“So many Black women are not able to move forward with treatment, even surgeries, because they don’t have health care. They don’t have the financial wherewithal to pay $15,000 to $20,000 for an IVF cycle or $6,000 to $7,000, for an (intrauterine insemination) cycle or to pay $8,000 to freeze their eggs.”

For people who say, “Why don’t you just adopt,” there’s often not money for that.

“Adoption can easily cost upward of $30,000,” Edwards-Dunn said.

Edwards-Dunn, who runs Fertility for Colored Girls out of her home, also is a church administrator and executive minister of community engagement and transformation at Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago.

She previously worked in Cabrini-Green as a health education coordinator. She taught pregnancy prevention classes to young people and also was director of community education at Planned Parenthood. She holds a bachelor’s in chemistry, master’s in public health, a master’s of divinity and a doctor of ministry degree.

Bingham-Guanilo and her husband have been trying to have a baby for the past few years. They’ve endured two miscarriages, the latest this past spring. They previously considered IVF treatment, but the overall cost was a financial hurdle, she explained.

“I’m very thankful,” she said. “I recognize that not a lot of women have these resources available to them.”

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Carmia Marshall-David, 44, another grant recipient who will receive IVF treatment, wrote in her grant application, “as a black woman, I recognize fertility assistance is not as accessible, harder to attain due to the systemic racism that thrives at the core (among other things) of the health care system in the United States. Everything from conceiving to giving birth is more challenging.”

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