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Friday, 29 June 2018 13:48

It made me feel less of a man knowing I may never be a dad’: the hidden trauma of male infertility. Consider Ukrainian Surrogacy

Published by the Conversation There has been a lot of alarm in recent years about the declining fertility rates of Western men and the potential problems this may pose. It is estimated that infertility affects one in six heterosexual couples, making it a common issue for those of reproductive age. For 40% of couples who can’t conceive, the problem lies with the man. But despite this, fertility remains something that is traditionally viewed as a “woman’s problem”, with male infertility rarely spoken about. This focus solely on women’s bodies and perspectives, often leaves men feeling unable to speak out or even talk about…
Tuesday, 26 June 2018 12:10

Frozen Embryos Are Just as Good for IVF as Fresh Ones: Allows Multiple Attempts If Needed for Ukrainian Surrogacy

TIME Health  Couples undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) have many difficult decisions to make on the road to starting a family. Among them is the decision to use fresh or frozen embryos. Before freezing methods were refined, fresh embryos were the only option, but as cryopreservation techniques improved, freezing embryos so that not all of the healthiest ones had to be transferred to the woman immediately became more popular. Most IVF clinics today take advantage of embryo freezing. But whether frozen embryos contributed to the same pregnancy and live birth rates as fresh embryos wasn’t clear. In two papers published…
Saturday, 23 June 2018 11:30

How Much Does Surrogacy Cost in the US? Time to Consider Ukrainian Surrogacy!

Infertility and surrogacy in America can be crippling in America. Insurance rarely shoulder the burden. Our international surrogacy programs in Ukraine are pay as you go, the entire amount is not paid in advance. In addition, the cost is less than a third of that in the US and financing is available through our financial partner. Contact us to see how we can make your dreams a reality affordably. Article By Doree Shafrir When my husband and I started trying to have a baby, part of us thought even if it took a while, we'd eventually get pregnant "spontaneously." How…
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 12:52

If You're Considering Surrogacy, Kim Kardashian Said Delivery Room Moment Made It SO Worth It: Consider Ukrainian Surrogacy

By  PERRI KONECKY Kim Kardashian has been anything but shy about her "traumatic" birthing experience, so when it came time for her to explore other options, surrogacy seemed like a no-brainer. Of course, she had her fears about the process and proudly said she wasn't going to share her opinion on having a gestational carrier until after the birth. But now that Chicago West is almost 3 months old, Kim is praising the experience that brought her baby girl, and she may just help others who feel ready to move forward with the process. During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, the mother of three declared surrogacy "the best experience." When…
Monday, 18 June 2018 13:47

Movie Review: “Love Always, Mom” Surrogacy After Cancer – Explore Ukrainian Surrogacy

by Bobby LePire Every now and then a movie will leave you exhausted as the ending credits roll. Not because it frustrated you, nor because it is bad. Rather, because it takes you on such an emotional roller coaster that you are mentally spent by the end of it. Love Always, Mom will leave you in such a state. Ever since she was a child, Trish has wanted to be a mom. After marrying Greg, she saw this whole future laid out before them which includes children. Then in 2012, she is diagnosed with breast cancer. It is very aggressive,…
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.…
Monday, 11 June 2018 08:50

20 Years Of Progress And Millions Of Babies: Milestones For Infertility and Ukrainian Surrogacy

Dr. David Adamson  Advances made in the treatment of infertility over the past 20 years are impressive, ranging from radical new techniques to edit embryonic genes to incremental changes that improve IVF outcomes and are less invasive for patients. Treatment now extends to encouraging healthy lifestyles to improve fertility before trying to become pregnant. And societal attitudes have changed, too, with non-traditional families actively seeking advanced reproductive techniques (ART) to have babies. As the organization I founded celebrates our 20th anniversary, it seemed timely to review the field’s major milestones. IVF – first live birth (July 25, 1978)  The major…
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…
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