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Monday, 30 July 2018 06:14

Are You A Carrier? JScreen Wants To Test For Genetic Diseases — Before Kids – PGD is our norm with Ukrainian Surrogacy

Article By Peter Haden Spit in a tube. Drop it in the mail. In a few weeks, a genetic counselor calls you up with your results. JScreen is a non-profit public health initiative dedicated to preventing Jewish genetic diseases. It is based at Emory University in Atlanta. For $149, the test will tell you if you are a carrier for more than 200 genetic diseases. JScreen Director of National Outreach Hillary Kener sat down with WLRN's Peter Haden to discuss the program’s mission: screening all people before they have kids. WLRN: So the program isn't just for Jews? HILLARY KENER: …
Sunday, 29 July 2018 09:54

How to talk to a friend who is experiencing infertility – consider Ukrainian Surrogacy

By Rachel Nania  — One in eight couples has difficulty getting pregnant. That is a statistic Andrea Syrtash knows all too well. The relationship expert and author has been struggling with infertility for seven years, during which she has seen eight doctors for a total of 18 treatments. “I call myself an ovary achiever,” Syrtash joked. Making light of a heavy topic has helped Syrtash navigate the often isolating and painful path of infertility. After realizing that a little bit of humor and nonclinical content could help others, too, she launched Pregnantish, an online magazine that tackles the topic from a…
Friday, 27 July 2018 19:13

Surrogacy in the age of The Handmaid’s Tale – The truth of Ukrainian surrogacy conflicts with tv

This article by Hannah Gibson questions how the negative and even violent portrayal of surrogacy on television in The Handmaid’s Tale could easily create a very negative perspective of surrogacy, for someone who has no other knowledge or experience of surrogacy. It is important to spread awareness and education of programs of surrogacy like in Ukraine, where surrogacy is highly regulated to protect intended parents, surrogates and the child. See what your impressions are: The Handmaid’s Tale portrays surrogacy as an act of violent exploitation. Surrogacy researcher Hannah Gibson considers how the show affects our understanding of surrogacy in New…
Thursday, 26 July 2018 14:49

Our Child Was Created With The Help Of Science, But He Was Born Out Of Love

A real, raw story of what parents go through In this article by Chucky Bartolo, he takes us through the surrogacy journey ups and downs of a couple in Malta. Their journey differs from  that of surrogacy in Ukraine, in that Ukrainian surrogacy is significantly cheaper. The feelings can be the same. This is one of the reasons Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy provides intended parents with emotional support through a professional of their choice throughout the surrogacy process. This support is included in all our surrogacy packages. It is an essential part of a successful surrogacy journey. Enjoy the article.…
Tuesday, 24 July 2018 11:50

Toni Street and surrogate Sophie Braggins open up about the workings of surrogacy internationally

It is great that those in the public eye take the time to dispel some of the myths of surrogacy and explain how it really works. Enjoy the article: Street and Braggins spoke openly about the arrangement on air this morning, with the surrogate fielding tough questions about how the process works. Just before flying to Auckland for the 30 week scan today, Braggins was questioned about her attachment to the baby, how the pregnancy was going, and the costs associated with surrogacy. Braggins, who has two children, said she was feeling good about bearing a child for her best…
Sunday, 22 July 2018 10:22

Infertility: ‘Harmless Questions Become Shots To Your Heart’

Joan Wong and her husband struggled for eights years before having their son. Ukrainian Surrogacy may be an affordable option for some couples. By Isabelle Khoo Name and partner's name: Joan & Kris Wong Occupation: Co-owner of Crest & Crown Lash Bar Age: 33 City: Vancouver, B.C. Years trying to have a baby: Eight When the "mom gene" kicked in: We've always known that we wanted to be parents. We both come from fun families and we wanted to carry on that legacy. The infertility diagnosis: [We were diagnosed in] 2011. I always had irregular cycles, but it was still…
Friday, 20 July 2018 12:13

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…
Thursday, 19 July 2018 08:54

What You Should *Never* Say to a Friend Struggling With Infertility

Instead of unsolicited advice and miracle stories, ask how you can support them. By Ashley Abramson  Infertility, defined as the inability to establish a clinical pregnancy after a year of trying, affects one in eight couples, according to RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association. That’s 7.4 million women who have received infertility services in their lifetime. And yet, despite its prevalence, the experience of infertility commonly leaves women feeling misunderstood, isolated, and exhausted. Barb Collura, president and CEO of RESOLVE, says that in addition to offering resources and advocacy for people as they navigate the ups and downs of infertility, the organization also aims to…
Wednesday, 18 July 2018 13:57

U.S. Fertility Rate Fell to a Record Low, for a Second Straight Year

Ukrainian Surrogacy is an Affordable and Successful Option By Sabrina Tavernise of the New York Times WASHINGTON — The fertility rate in the United States fell to a record low for a second straight year, federal officials reported Thursday, extending a deep decline that began in 2008 with the Great Recession. The fertility rate fell to 60.2 births per 1,000 women of childbearing age, down 3 percent from 2016, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. It was the largest single-year decline since 2010, when families were still feeling the effects of a weak economy. Fertility rates are essential measures…
Monday, 16 July 2018 13:22

New Genetic Screening Technology Improving Odds Of Getting Pregnant – Surrogacy In Ukraine Uses Similar Technics And Results

By Amy Wiggins  New technology now being offered in New Zealand could improve the chance of women in their late 30s getting pregnant using IVF by up to 25 per cent, a new study has shown. The results of a study into pre-implantation genetic screening using next generation sequencing were presented to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine conference in Texas yesterday and showed an improved pregnancy rate of between a third and a half. Of the 267 women in the trial aged between 35 and 40 years old who had a single embryo implanted, 50.8 per cent of those who…
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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.


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.