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Monday, 18 March 2019 08:35

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? If You Don’t Become Pregnant After ART, It Can Affect Your Body Image

Because many women feel as though their bodies were designed to have babies, an inability to become pregnant after fertility treatments can have a profound effect on self-image, body image, and self-esteem, Covington says. “It can leave women with a sense of their body being defective in some way.” Some research published in the Australasian Medical Journal even suggests that infertility and fertility treatments can lead to changes in sexual self-esteem and sexual function, for women and men. From an article by Stacy Colino and medically reviewed by Kacy Church MD For this reason, we at Delivering Dreams only provide…
Sunday, 17 March 2019 14:48

PGD and PGD Testing: 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. PGD and PGS testing. Preimplantation genetic testing can show if there are abnormalities in the embryos (PGS) or if there are specific genetic diseases in the embryos (PGD). Discuss with your agency doctors if this is something you should consider. Is there a good reason to do it, or are they just adding to the cost? Understand the difference between PGS…
Saturday, 16 March 2019 19:26

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? Fertility Treatments Can Go On For Longer Than Expected

While a woman’s menstrual cycle is on average 28 days long, an IVF cycle can take a lot longer than that. Sometimes IVF involves pretreatments of birth control pills to regulate a woman’s cycle and ovulation, Pavone notes. Once IVF officially begins, the process can last from four to six weeks until egg retrieval; after egg retrieval, embryos are usually transferred three to five days later. Complicating matters, “starting a cycle doesn’t mean completing it — around 20 percent of the time a cycle is canceled,” notes Domar, the coauthor of Conquering Infertility. If another cycle is started later, the…
Friday, 15 March 2019 15:20

How to Maximize Your Chances of Successful Pregnancy in Ukrainian Surrogacy: Surrogacy Testing

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 surrogate screening: After the requirements for surrogates, every agency does different testing. You want to make sure you get a list of all the tests and screening an agency does. Is the screening done before you are offered surrogate profiles? As with donors, most agencies have huge data bases that are actually lists of every woman that has…
Thursday, 14 March 2019 06:19

How to Maximize Your Chances of Successful Pregnancy in Ukrainian Surrogacy: Understand Success Rates

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. Understand what is behind the stated success rates: Understand that success rates are averages. Will you have a better chance than average? Or is it lower? If an agency says you are guaranteed to implant, you should probably run away. Nothing is guaranteed. Find out YOUR potential success rate in your particular situation. At a good agency, doctors will review your…
Tuesday, 12 March 2019 07:46

Things your Doctors May NOT Tell You? 2 Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Can’t Compensate for Poor Quality Eggs

While IVF can help women produce more eggs in one cycle in an effort to enhance their fertility, it won’t improve the quality of those eggs. In fact, egg quality plays a crucial role in IVF success. Simply put, good quality eggs produce good quality embryos that are more likely to grow inside the uterus successfully, thus creating a healthy, viable pregnancy. So while a woman who has a small number of high-quality eggs may be able to become pregnant through IVF, a woman who has lots of poor-quality eggs may not. As a woman gets older, her ability to…
Sunday, 10 March 2019 14:12

Who Can Legally Do Surrogacy in Ukraine?

Surrogacy in Ukraine is a highly regulated at a federal level. This protects intended parents, surrogates, donors, and children conceived through surrogacy. Clinics are inspected and intended parents, surrogates and donors must meet certain criteria. Ukraine’s surrogacy program has always been open to international intended parents however, by law, there are restrictions as to who can participate. Couples must be legally married traditional marriages of opposite sexes. Individuals and same sex couples, even those legally married, are not able to participate. The intended mother must have a medical reason why she cannot carry a child to term. It could be…
Wednesday, 06 March 2019 07:23

Ukraine Allows Unlimited Embryo Storage

Some countries limit the number of years you are able to store embryos. In Ukraine you can store them for any period of time very affordably. We can then help you with IVF or Surrogacy when in the future, or ship them securely to a destination convenient to you. Contact us in the bio to find out more. Learn More About International Surrogacy In Ukraine: Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the world struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine, our amazing medical facilities and professionals, surrogates and donors are in Ukraine, because Ukrainian law…
Monday, 04 March 2019 06:09

Only Gestational Surrogacy is Legal in Ukraine

Only gestational surrogacy is allowed in Ukraine, not traditional surrogacy. What are the differences? In traditional surrogacy, the surrogate mother’s eggs are fertilized with the sperm from the intended father. With traditional surrogacy, the surrogate is the biological mother of the child. Traditional surrogacy is not legal in Ukraine. Gestational surrogacy is when a surrogate mother carries an embryo created from the intended parents or one intended parent and a donor. A gestational surrogate is in no way genetically related to the child she carries. In Ukraine at least one intended parent must be the genetic parent of the child,…
Friday, 01 March 2019 09:21

Endometriosis Leads Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade to Surrogacy

Upon learning that she had a form of endometriosis called adenomyosis, which increases the risk of miscarrying, she and her husband decided to explore surrogacy in 2018. And, on Nov. 7 — a year after she first opened up about her experiences with infertility in her best-selling book — a surrogate made it possible for the pair to welcome a daughter, Kaavia James. (Wade, 37, also has sons Zaire, 16, Zion, 11, and Xavier, 5, from previous relationships.) “I’m so glad I got over myself and my fear of what people would think of me if I did not carry…
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