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Tuesday, 24 August 2021 05:16

Ukrainian Surrogacy - Obnoxious Questions And Comments To Expect And Try To Prepare For

Most often, people don’t mean to be hurtful. They just have not walked in your shoes – experienced infertility, loss, and all that you have been through. In most cases, they don’t understand surrogacy and gestational surrogacy.
Thursday, 19 August 2021 05:53

Ukraine Steps Up as Global Fertility Decreases

Ukraine Surrogacy offers many benefits for future parents - especially legal protections. By the Island Echo As fertility slides closer to becoming a worldwide epidemic, a few countries are hoping to offer better options. Population rates are falling in countries throughout the world. Countries like Iceland, Germany, Portugal and Poland are nearing a zero population growth. The US and Russia are also nearing the edge of zero. Throughout the world, fewer people are having children at the rates that once pushed economic growth.
Friday, 13 August 2021 03:56

Russia Drafting Law To Prohibit Foreigners from Russian Surrogacy

Under the current law, commercial, gestational surrogacy is legal for married and unmarried heterosexual couples and single women, Russian citizens, residents and foreigners alike. While the cost of surrogate is affordable and comparable in Ukraine and Russia, single sex male couples are unable to participate in surrogacy in Ukraine. Hence, they have been going to Russia. While single men are not explicitly mentioned in the law, successful law cases in favour of paternity for single fathers through surrogacy and egg donation, have also helped create a precedent establishing the practice of offering surrogacy to single men and same-sex couples. The…
Saturday, 07 August 2021 10:43

Paying gestational carriers should be legal in all states

Every year, hundreds of thousands of babies are born in the U.S. using assisted reproductive technologies, a multibillion-dollar industry that is controversial and largely unregulated. One of the controversies involves the use of paid gestational carriers, women who agree to carry a fertilized embryo, created from another woman’s egg, give birth, and give the baby to its parents. This is different from tradition (or genetic) surrogates, who provide both their own eggs and their own wombs. Gestational surrogacy now constitutes 95% of all surrogacy in the U.S.
Monday, 02 August 2021 10:54

AI Advances the Selection Techniques for the Most Successful Embryos

Time spent by embryologists selecting embryos for IVF could be reduced by using artificial intelligence (AI) to fuse time-lapse images taken of the developing cells. Time-lapse images are taken to allow embryologists to track how well an embryo is developing, but manual analysis of these images is time-consuming. AI tools have been developed that analyse these images to classify embryos as good or poor quality, but these tools do not work well with the poor quality of many time-lapse images. This poor quality results from the difficulty of capturing an image of a three-dimensional embryo where all cells are in focus.
Sunday, 25 July 2021 07:15

Mild Stimulation In Egg Donation Is Essential

There are two strong ethical reasons to avoid harm to egg donors: a duty to minimise harm and the proportionality rule. The general duty to minimise harm applies to all medical interventions but it is even more relevant for donors because they are submitting to the intervention for the benefit of others. Most forms of body material donation will carry with them some harm. This duty does not make that unacceptable but implies that harm is only acceptable when it is unavoidable, and this duty cannot be bypassed by asking the donor for consent. The informed consent form is not a safe conduct…
Wednesday, 21 July 2021 03:34

What are Some Treatment Options For Infertility?

In recent years, the number of couples seeking infertility treatment has dramatically increased and Dr Heylen president of the Southern African Society of Reproductive Medicine and Gynaecological Endoscopy (SASREG), this to factors such as women having children later on in life due to work and financial commitments, development of newer and more successful techniques for infertility treatment.
Friday, 16 July 2021 12:00

When To Seek Advice About Infertility?

After a year of unprotected sex and you still struggle falling pregnant, it is advisable to seek help as couple. The doctor will conduct a physical examination of on the both of you to determine your general state of health and to evaluate physical disorders that may be causing infertility.
Sunday, 11 July 2021 06:41

Factors That Contribute To Infertility

Age is a key factor: A woman’s age is one of the most important factors affecting whether she is able to conceive and give birth to a healthy child. Dr Heylen president of the Southern African Society of Reproductive Medicine and Gynaecological Endoscopy (SASREG), says up to 50% of all patients who visit a fertility centre are 35 years or older. She highlights that a man’s fertility appears to decline later in life than in a woman’s. If you and your partner do want children, but are not ready to take this step yet, it might be worth looking into fertility…
Tuesday, 06 July 2021 11:15

What Is Infertility?

According to Dr Sulaiman Heylen, who is the president of the Southern African Society of Reproductive Medicine and Gynaecological Endoscopy (SASREG), not all couples who want a pregnancy will achieve one spontaneously and many will need to seek medical treatment to help resolve underlying fertility problems.
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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.

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Under Ukrainian law, surrogacy is a legal affordable option for traditionally married couples to have children using their own embryos, or with either an egg or sperm donor. There must be a medical reason you can’t carry a child. You are also able to participate if you have had 4 unsuccessful IVF attempts.