Frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Loan FAQs

Click here to complete the secure online application. You will need to complete the application by both the Borrower (Primary Applicant) and the Co-Borrower (Secondary Applicant), which is usually your Spouse or another individual who you wish to nominate.

There is a $125 non-refundable contract fee once you sign. You will be asked to provide your bank account information, and when you submit your contract, this fee will automatically be charged.

MorganRX Loans will coordinate with your fertility center to determine the exact loan amount required for your medications.

Morgan RX Loans will either approve you for that amount or inform you of the amount for which you qualify.

Funding for fertility treatment/medications will be sent directly to your pharmacy within 2 business days of your loan acceptance.

Morgan RX Loans will make every effort to customize a loan within the framework of your current financial status.

As long as you make your monthly payments on time, you can prepay, or pay off, the remaining balance at any time without penalty.

Once you have accepted your approved loan, the funds will be disbursed directly to the physician’s office or pharmacy within 2 business days on your behalf.

Yes, Morgan RX Loans offers financing payment plans for tubal reversals.

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Fertility FAQs

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Although you can request a loan and use it with any doctor or clinic, we recommend setting up a consultation with our sister company- Morgan Fertility

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FSH is a hormone that stimulates tube-like structures in the ovaries, called follicles, to grow.

What is Clomid fertility medicine? This drug triggers the levels of two follicle-promoting hormones to increase in the body: follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH).

In women, LH helps activate egg production. In men, LH triggers an increase in the levels of testosterone, a hormone which stimulates sperm production.

A fertility treatment in which a surgeon uses a small tube to inject sperm directly into a woman’s uterus.

A disease diagnosed by at least two or three of the following conditions: 1) irregular or complete absence of ovulation 2) excess androgen levels 3) 24 follicles in both ovaries. Often associated with infertility and other medical problems.

A fertility treatment in which a surgeon removes eggs from a woman and injects concentrated sperm into the eggs inside a petri dish. The entire procedure happens outside of the body. After the eggs are successfully fertilized, the surgeon re-implants the embryo back into the woman’s uterus.


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