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Thursday, 28 March 2019 13:48

Single Embryo Transfer or Multiple Embryo Transfer??

Most agencies (including us at Delivering Dreams) and professional artificial reproductive organizations like the American Society for Reproductive Medicine recommend single embryo transfers. Why? We want to ensure a safe and successful pregnancy and surrogacy for you, your surrogate and your baby. Double embryo transfers can be risky. They are more likely to have complications. For your children the risk of low body weight, health issues and complications increases. The pregnancy for your surrogate can also be more dangerous. It is natural for intended parents who have been struggling to have children for so long and experienced such loss to…
Wednesday, 27 March 2019 13:06

Exploring Fertility Treatments? Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? 1 There is NO Guarantee of Success

“Some physicians are not explicit enough about estimating the success rate for each particular patient,” says Alice Domar, PhD, the chief psychologist and the director of integrative care at Boston IVF. “There is now software available to provide a reasonable personalized estimate.” A woman’s chance of becoming pregnant through ART depends on many factors, including the proficiency of the doctor or clinic performing the procedure, her infertility diagnosis, and her age. On average only 38 percent of ART cycles result in live births for women under age 35, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This success…
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 09:46

With UkrainianSurrogacy, What Will Be On My Child’s Birth Certificate?

Most intended parents worry about the legal status of their child from Ukrainian surrogacy and their position as parents on the child’s documentation. Ukrainian surrogacy is very safe and progressive in this way for intended parents. YOU and you alone will be on your child’s birth certificate as your child’s parents. There will be NO mention of a surrogate or a donor if you had one. So, the birth certificate will look like any other birth certificate you would get if you had a child outside your country. It will show that your child was born to you in Ukraine.…
Monday, 25 March 2019 10:58

Fertility Treatments May Cause Your Partner An Emotional Roller Coaster

Your partner’s state of mind can be affected, too, especially if fertility treatments go on and on. That same Human Reproduction study found that psychological symptoms of maladjustment — including anxiety, depression, active-avoidance coping, catastrophizing, and difficulties in communication with their partner — increased significantly in men one year after the couple’s first fertility evaluation. (Your partner may benefit from seeking support, too.) From an article by Stacy Colino and medically reviewed by Kacy Church MD Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine: Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the world struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv…
Sunday, 24 March 2019 16:36

Who Should Consider Surrogacy as an Opportunity to Have Children?

One in eight couples suffers from infertility. For many, IVF, while roughly 20% successful, works. There are also many ways to create a family, like adoption. If you are unable to safely carry and deliver a child, you should consider surrogacy. There are several reasons you may not be able to safely carry a child such as: Existing medical condition – whether it is something you are born with or not; Not having a uterus from birth or as a result of a hysterectomy Uterine abnormalities, including uterine scarring The inability to develop a thick, supportive uttering lining Hypertension Heart…
Saturday, 23 March 2019 20:06

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? IVF Can Be Painful

Doctors often neglect to mention that fertility injections, given as part of IVF, can cause physical discomfort. For one thing, “the shots can hurt, depending on where they’re being given, the needle size, and which medicines are being given,” says Covington, who is the editor of Fertility Counseling: Clinical Guide and Case Studies. And it’s not uncommon for the injection site to become sore and tender over time. The upshot: “Many patients feel that they are not adequately prepared for the physical and psychological burden of a treatment cycle,” Dr. Domar says. From an article by Stacy Colino and medically…
Friday, 22 March 2019 06:37

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? A Positive Pregnancy Test Doesn’t’ Necessarily Mean Success

With a positive pregnancy test, “there is always a risk of a biochemical pregnancy — a positive pregnancy test that falls pretty rapidly after being detected — or early miscarriage,” Pavone says. In a study published in an August 2018 issue of Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, researchers evaluated the results from nearly 5,500 IVF/ICSI embryo transfer cycles that led to clinical pregnancy at two infertility treatment centers. The overall miscarriage rate among couples who had ART was 12.5 percent — and the risk for miscarriage increased with older maternal age. From an article by Stacy Colino and medically reviewed by…
Thursday, 21 March 2019 09:03

Choosing the Best Embryo: How to Maximize Your Chances of Successful Pregnancy in Ukrainian Surrogacy

One of the greatest fears of intended parents is that embryos fail and your surrogate will not get pregnant. In this series of pieces, we want to give tips as to how to minimize your chances of failed embryos. The importance of choosing the best embryo: Find out how your agency grades embryos. What information about the embryos will they share before implantation? What happens if you do not have any viable embryos? This is a financial question too. Will you be reimbursed if you can’t go forward? Find out before signing your contract and how much. Make sure before…
Wednesday, 20 March 2019 07:59

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? Fertility Treatment Can Put You on an Emotional Roller Coaster

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? Fertility Treatment Can Put You on an Emotional Roller Coaster It’s not just the hormones and fertility drugs that can wreak havoc on your emotions; other aspects of ART can, too. “Undergoing IVF is very stressful. Patients who have suffered from depression or anxiety in the past may find they are dealing with those symptoms again,” Dr. Pavone says. “Even patients without this history could end up feeling depressed or anxious.” In fact, 37 percent of women experience emotional maladjustment during IVF treatment, and 10 percent have a delayed emotional reaction of anxiety…
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 06:56

Worried about not being a part of the pregnancy with UkrainianSurrogacy?

Worried about not being a part of the pregnancy with UkrainianSurrogacy? You SHOULD always be a part of the process! A good agency will facilitate access to your surrogate via internet, encourage photo sharing and anything else you want. Those months are important. Some agencies try to separate the surrogate from the intended parents. For me this causes a huge red flag of concern. What are they hiding? Is your surrogate in an uncomfortable or not good living situation? Are they worried you will disapprove of your surrogate? At Delivering Dreams, we are super selective and proud of our surrogates.…
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