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Friday, 15 June 2018 12:00

Study on IVF Shows Rate of Success Increases Modestly Up to 9th Attempt: Is It Worth It?

By Catherine Saint Louis In their quest to become parents, most infertile couples undergoing in vitro fertilization must grapple with a tough decision: when to call it quits. After three or four unsuccessful embryo transfers, doctors have long assumed that the chances of eventually bringing home a child were dismal. But a large study, published on Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, has found that nearly two-thirds of women undergoing I.V.F. will have a child by the sixth attempt, suggesting that persistence can pay off, especially for women under 40. The cumulative rate for live births continues to increase, albeit…
Thursday, 14 June 2018 12:08

Her Body, My Baby: What A Surrogacy Pregnancy is Like: Consider a Ukrainian Surrogate

At 31 weeks, my baby was kicking and stretching. On the sonogram screen, I could see that he was doing his customary sit-ups. The monitor broadcast the slushy sound of his heartbeat. The technician varied from visit to visit. The previous time, we were lucky: it was the gregarious young woman named Gisele who wrote things like “Hi Mom and Dad!” over the cloudy portraits of the baby or, on one image of the baby’s genitals, “I’m still a boy!” On this day, we got the terse woman who grudgingly wrote “foot” and “face,” if she wrote anything at all.…
Saturday, 09 June 2018 20:04

Does Persistence Really Pay Off with IVF?

This article By Amy Klein of the Sisterhood points to some serious flaws in a recent study. Consider Ukrainian surrogacy with Delivering Dreams as an option. With our thorough testing, surrogacy rates with donors are 68%. Her article: “If you will it, it is no dream,” might have been Theodor Herzl’s catchphrase for the founding of the State of Israel but it is a wholly American sentiment: “Energy and persistence conquer all things,” Benjamin Franklin said. That’s why it comes as no surprise that The New York Times published an article “With In Vitro Fertilization, Persistence Pays Off, Study Suggests,” whose takeaway was…
Friday, 08 June 2018 13:48

5 Email Subject Lines that only a Fertility Nurse (or Patient) Would Understand

Fertility is not a laughing matter, but in this article by Monica Moore, an infertility Nurse Practitioner and Founder and Lead Educator at Fertile Health, LLC. You might laugh out loud! As a fertility nurse, I know that we often receive emails from the front desk asking us to call a patient about a particular question or problem. Although fertility treatments, and the challenges inherent in them, can be incredibly stressful (and this is not meant to minimize that) you might get a laugh from some of these. Whether you are a nurse or patient, I’m sure you can identify…
Wednesday, 06 June 2018 07:49

I Was a Surrogate and This Is What It's Really Like: Similar to A Ukrainian Surrogate Experience

Article by SHALAYNE PULIA   What do Giuliana Rancic and Jimmy Fallon have in common other than mega-stardom? Surrogacy. They’ve helped introduce us the world of surrogacy through the eyes of prospective parents. And now, Kim and Kanye are doing the same, as the dynamic duo is expecting their third child through surrogacy. But what is it like actually being a surrogate?  We decided to dig a little deeper to understand what motivates a surrogate to carry for another family. We reached out to Tiffany Jordan, a mother who’s already completed two surrogacies (one boy and another set of twins) in…
Tuesday, 05 June 2018 11:24

Love Letter to My Future Surrogate: Consider Ukrainian Surrogacy

In this beautiful and simple piece by Giselle Potter, all the concerns and stages of considering surrogacy and who your surrogate and donor will be are mentioned. They are similar to those in Ukrainian surrogacy. Enjoy the article: You, hello, waiting at Penn Station, are you my surrogate? You, walking past the diner in a small Texas town, is it you? This is a love letter to the woman who will incubate my baby. A want ad for its first babysitter. You won’t have to change diapers, calm fussiness or warm bottles: For nine months I’d like to borrow your…
Monday, 04 June 2018 14:31

Santa Clarita Family Stars In Lifetime Show About IVF Journey

By Christina Cox More than a year ago, Sarah Krieg and her husband, Dan, were emotionally exhausted. The couple had been trying for eight years to grow their family and had recently gone through two unsuccessful rounds of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). “It was emotionally and physically in the worst state I had ever been in,” Sarah Krieg said. The couple had a one 3-year-old son, Lloyd, but they desperately wanted to give him a younger sibling. “All of Lloyd’s best friends had little brothers or little sisters and he said ‘When am I getting mine?'” Krieg said. “We would…
Wednesday, 30 May 2018 17:34

'You know what you're missing': The pain of secondary infertility: Another Reason for Ukrainian Surrogacy

Sadly, many mothers do lose their ability to have more children through a difficult pregnancy or birth. Ukrainian surrogacy is a great option for continuing to grow your family. Similarly and even less realized, is that many women are not able to get pregnant after having a child – about one in 8 women suffer from this type of infertility, called secondary infertility. Enjoy the article Erin Nicole Celletti TODAY Sometimes, when Angie Prindle is out with her 7-year-old son, Moses, moms with multiple kids complain to her about their chaotic lives and say, “You’re so lucky you only have…
Monday, 28 May 2018 15:04

Fertility Treatments Are Becoming A Financial And Physical Risk For Many Americans: Ukraine is a Safe and Affordable Alternative

Ukrainian surrogacy is an affordable, safe alternative for many US couples wanting to have children. Doctors are only allowed by law to implant 2 embryos and selective reduction is allowed. Only 1% of children delivered in our maternity wards over the past 20 years have needed care after birth. Article by Sophie Bearman One cycle of in vitro fertilization costs $12,000 to $15,000. Most Americans don't have insurance coverage for IVF. Uninsured patients often choose to stack the odds, implanting multiple embryos per cycle in the hopes of achieving pregnancy. This results in high rates of twins and triplets. These…
Thursday, 24 May 2018 07:10

28 Celebrities That Have Used Gestational Surrogates - Ukrainian Surragacy Makes Surroggacy Affordable For All

By Rachael Vaughan Clemmons From Amy Smart to Tyra Banks. Many celebrity women have opened up about their struggles with infertility, from Kim Kardashian to Chrissy Teigen — and many more in between. Today, we’re highlighting the famous men and women who have opted to use gestational surrogates. Here are their stories. Amy Smart The “Just Friends” actress and her husband, Carter Oosterhouse, welcomed baby girl Flora through surrogate. "After years of fertility struggles I give thanks today to our kind, loving surrogate for carrying her,” she wrote on Instagram. Angela Bassett The 59-year-old actress and husband Courtney B. Vance…
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