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Tuesday, 10 December 2019 10:53

Here’s everything LGBT+ couples who are considering surrogacy need to know

Surrogacy for LGBT+ couples – What you need to know For those in the LGBT+ community, creating a family is not straightforward. Biology and the law have to both be considered long before a baby is conceived. Surrogacy is now very much de rigueur, and, in the last five years, the UK has seen an exponential increase in the number of Parental Order applications following surrogate births. My firm is only too aware of this, as we have a vast number of clients from the LGBT+ community choosing to start their families through surrogacy. The law governing surrogacy dates in…
Tuesday, 03 December 2019 02:26

Sylvia DeMott interview

This premier live interview is free to all. To participate, join Delivering Dreams’ Facebook group for intended parents considering Ukrainian surrogacy: Intended Parents FB Group. Surrogacy is a major decision and can be a very stressful journey. “Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy Agency strives to make your surrogacy journey in Ukraine as stress free as possible.” Says Delivering Dreams founder Susan Kibler. “One way we do this is by presenting you resources: some of the best in their field to help and support you through the ups and downs.” Sylvia DeMott is one such specialist resource. She is a Mindset Coach…
Tuesday, 19 November 2019 07:19

Rosanna Davison had no contact with her baby's surrogate during her pregnancy journey

Mum-to-be Rosanna Davison revealed she has had no contact with her baby’s surrogate throughout the pregnancy journey. The 35-year-old is due to welcome a baby girl next month through surrogacy. In a heartfelt admission, she admitted it has been weird for her knowing somebody else out there has been experiencing her baby’s kicks and growths. Lifting the lid on her journey to motherhood, the former Miss World beauty told Irish Mirror: “We have had no contact with the surrogate, they keep that totally separate. There is an agency who does all the co-ordination stuff. “We have kind of kept busy…
Thursday, 14 November 2019 04:26

We Blamed Women For Infertility For Actual Centuries, & Nothing Has Changed

As with the rest of her health picture, women bear the worry, emotional responsibility, and blame for their infertility — a lonely state even in 2019. A woman who struggles to conceive today will likely be bombarded with data about her body's malfunctions; sympathetic friends blaming tension and telling her to relax; wondering what she did to invite such misfortune. All of the blame heaped on an involuntarily childless woman is rooted in centuries of superstition and shame. Throughout recorded history, consensus has been that the inability to conceive is caused by a defect (physical, mental, or moral) in the…
Tuesday, 12 November 2019 06:34

NJ couple fought Horizon insurance denial to have a baby and won

After four miscarriages and denials from Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey to cover fertility treatments, Deanna and Jon Harkel braced themselves for more disappointment. But when they read through the letter from the doctor who reviewed their appeal of the insurance denial, they were heartened. The doctor agreed with them. The service should have been covered. Horizon's decision was overturned. "It's been so many years of such bad news continually, I was pretty shocked," Deanna Harkel said. The Harkels are among an increasing number of New Jerseyans who are appealing their insurance denials with the state Department…
Saturday, 09 November 2019 06:16

3 Things to Say (and Not to Say) to Friends Experiencing Infertility

As a marriage and family therapist, I regularly help people grieve “things” that they never actually had or experienced. Clients grieve the loss of hopes for a successful career that never came to fruition, dreams for a marriage that never came to be, or expectations for their own childhood that were never met. I’ve also witnessed a client grieve her birth experience—hopes she had for the birth of her child that went drastically, even traumatically, different than she had expected. Another common experience involving grief? Infertility. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), around 10 percent of women in…
Wednesday, 06 November 2019 00:57

Things you should never ask a woman dealing with infertility

5 ​things you should never ask a woman dealing with infertility 1. Sometimes despite the best intentions, we end up saying things that may sound hurtful. The situation becomes worse when we say such things to people who are already struggling emotionally. Talking about emotional struggle, if you have a family member or a friend trying to get pregnant, your instinct will be to comfort her by telling her that things will be fine, while adding a few tips and tricks that you feel work. While you may mean to comfort her, you will be surprised to know that this…
Monday, 04 November 2019 14:47

Nancy Linnerooth, Procrastination Coach and EFT Tapping Specialist

Overcoming Stress and Decision Making in the Surrogacy Journey and EFT/Tapping Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy Agency Welcomes EFT/Tapping Expert Coach Nancy Linnerooth to a live interview broadcast Wednesday Nov. 6 at 10:00 AM EST. This premier live interview is free to all. To participate, join Delivering Dreams’ Facebook group for intended parents considering Ukrainian surrogacy :​Intended Parents FB Group​. Surrogacy is a major decision and can be a very stressful journey. “Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy Agency strives to make your surrogacy journey in Ukraine as stress free as possible.” Says Delivering Dreams founder Susan Kibler. “One way we do this…
Friday, 01 November 2019 03:17

Bringing the Opportunity for Surrogacy in Ukraine to Irish Couples

Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy Agency Brings the Opportunity of Affordable Surrogacy in Ukraine to Irish Couples At the Dublin Fertility Forum Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy Agency is excited to announce it will be attending the Dublin Fertility Forum in Croke Park Saturday 16th November 2019 in Dublin, Ireland. “Our participation at this event underscores our commitment to helping Irish couples and couples around the world have children through our affordable and legally secure Ukrainian surrogacy programs.” Says founder Susan Kibler. Surrogacy in Ireland is very difficult. Ukrainian surrogacy offers the opportunity to create a family in a safe legal environment…
Tuesday, 29 October 2019 06:20

Why Are Women So Mean to Infertile Women?

WHEN I STARTED writing the weekly Fertility Diary column for The New York Times Motherlode blog about my IVF journey, I was shocked by the vitriolic comments. Sure, I was an older woman who, at 41, might have waited too long to get pregnant, but what was it to other people? What harm was I doing to anything other than my bank account? “Your [sic] old and dried up,” one commenter wrote. This was in 2013, before Trump’s polarized America; it was before commenters became the story, when they could still be dismissed as a few nutjobs. “Amy’s journey seems…
Wednesday, 23 October 2019 05:07

More is less, more is better: oocyte number and optimal IVF

Recent studies suggest that in fresh single IVF cycles optimum results can be achieved with as few as nine fertilised oocytes. This is in contrast to results in cumulative cycles, where the more oocytes, apparently, the better. Despite a shift in some regions to milder IVF protocols and single embryo transfer, today remains 'an era of aggressive stimulation', according to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) in the USA. This trend, SART explains in reporting a new study on oocyte number and pregnancy outcomes, has depended largely on the simple historical fact that IVF success rates improved when stimulation…
Monday, 21 October 2019 06:24

FUN & GAMES Rosanna Davison says parenthood will be next ‘juggling trick’ as she wishes ‘best pal’ Wes Quirke happy birthday

ROSANNA Davison has wished her husband and "best pal" Wes Quirke a happy birthday as the couple prepare to welcome their baby girl in November. The former Miss World took to social media this morning, saying she can't wait for Wes to become a dad. She wrote on Instagram: "Happiest of birthdays to my husband, fave person, best pal, travel companion and partner in crime @wesquirke. "And now for our next juggling trick... parenthood! "You deserve all the happiness in the world and I can’t wait for you to become a dad #birthdayboy #parentstobe #30weekspregnant." 'OVERJOYED' The mum-to-be revealed in…
Friday, 18 October 2019 01:15

The unintended consequences of Canada’s fertility law changes

Melissa Salfi is a Vancouver lawyer specializing in family and fertility law at Crossroads Law. Canada is considered an international surrogacy destination, with progressive laws that have attracted couples internationally. But, in just over nine months, a new Canadian fertility landscape will be born, bringing new regulations for reimbursing surrogates and donors. In fertility circles – both in Canada and beyond – there is fear that these new regulations will discourage people from becoming surrogates and donors. The new regulations from Health Canada, which come into effect June 9, 2020, set out exhaustive categories of reimbursable expenses – a big change…
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 08:19

IVF success rates improve amid growing concerns about lack of industry transparency

Three years. Five IVF cycles. Thirteen embryo transfers. Still, Kate* had no baby. "I went in for the 14th embryo transfer and was told, 'Sorry, we don't have one for you'," she said. By that point, Kate was 41. She'd tried "anything and everything" to get pregnant, and spent more than $40,000 in the process. "The treatment knocked me round physically and mentally, the constant disappointment … trying to deal with regular sadness," she said. Having started IVF at 38, Kate knew the odds were stacked against her. But with each failed attempt, she was offered another round — and…
Wednesday, 09 October 2019 09:25

Male factor fertility

Why Aren’t More Men Aware of Their Fertility Status? Male factor fertility issues contribute to around one-third of all infertility cases. Infertility affects approximately 15 percent of couples who are trying to conceive. Infertility is often incorrectly viewed as primarily a female issue outside medical circles. However, both male and female factor fertility issues each contribute to around one-third of all infertility cases. Yet a recent survey of 1,000 men over the age of 18 found that almost half of the respondents declared they were either unaware of or unconcerned with their fertility health. Experts say male factor fertility issues…
Sunday, 06 October 2019 10:10

74 yr old gave birth to twins

Recent studies suggest that in fresh single IVF cycles optimum results can be achieved with as few as nine fertilised oocytes. Last week a 74-year-old woman from Andhra Pradesh delivered twins after undergoing one cycle of IVF treatment. The recent ‘success’ story of a 74-year-old woman from Andhra Pradesh, who delivered twins following in vitro fertilisation (IVF) has left many in awe and shock. While the successful implementation of IVF on an elderly woman has been recognised as a scientific advance, several others have criticised the hospital’s decision to allow a 74-year-old woman to undergo IVF. On September 5, 74-year-old…
Wednesday, 02 October 2019 03:12

7 Ways Infertility Impacts Your Relationship

Infertility is a struggle and a journey that can be painful for most couples. Couples who have been struggling with infertility for years know the negative toll it can quickly take on a once-healthy marriage. The person you once shared a special connection to is now the same person who you have come to resent, feel like you’ve disappointed, or struggle to communicate with. This is hardly the state your marriage should be in, especially while you are dealing with such a devastating setback to starting your family. So just how common is infertility? It is estimated that in Canada, 1…
Saturday, 07 September 2019 11:54

How to Finance Your Surrogacy Journey with Delivering Dreams - Part3

Saturday, 07 September 2019 07:02

How to Finance Your Surrogacy Journey with Delivering Dreams - Part2

Saturday, 07 September 2019 06:59

How to Finance Your Surrogacy Journey with Delivering Dreams - Part1

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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.