These expenses might be deductible as medical expenses - see for reference IRS publication 502 - http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p502.pdf
Fertility Enhancement. You can include in medical expenses the cost of the following procedures to overcome an inability to have children.Procedures such as in vitro fertilization (including temporary storage of eggs or sperm). Surgery, including an operation to reverse prior surgery that prevented the person operated on from having children.
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I was already aware of this IRS publication, but it does not specify my expenses (thus the question to you). I have found out, through another free online resource, that these expenses are indeed tax deductible (IRS Letter Ruling XXXXXXXXX . I do not desire any further research from you. Thanks.