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Thursday, 16 November 2017 17:44

PGS - Preimplantation Embryo Screening, the Real Deal! Increasing Success of Ukrainian Surrogacy

The latest hot topic just became hotter! Preimplantation Genetic Screening – or PGS – is one of many advancements within the field of in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and infertility treatment. Also referred to as Comprehensive Chromosome Screening or Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidy, PGS is the screening of embryos conceived via IVF to identify those with the proper number of chromosomes and thus the highest likelihood of success. While the media, online communities, and scientific field at large have buzzed about PGS for years, recent press has raised new questions. “Is PGS even worth it? Is PGS helping build families or…
Tuesday, 14 November 2017 12:13

The Benefits of Older Parents: Ukrainian Surrogacy at Any Age

More people are becoming parents in their late 30s and 40s and are finding that there are surprising benefits in older pregnancy The only thing lower than our 401(k)s in 2010 was our baby-making production. The U.S. birth rate hit its lowest level in decades. However, the only age group that showed an increase in birth rate was women 40 to 44, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The late-30s category also outpaced teenagers. In an age of fertility treatments, adoption, and stepfamilies (13 percent of all adults have at least one stepchild),…
Sunday, 12 November 2017 12:10

17 Reasons to Consider Ukrainian Surrogacy: # 15: No Age Limits for Intended Parents

There is never a perfect time to start a family. If you have struggled with infertility, it can be a difficult journey. We say, it is never too late to have a family through surrogacy in Ukraine. Ukrainian law allows married couples of any age can participate in Ukrainian surrogacy programs. Take a look at: NBC’s report 7 Surprising Benefits of Being Older Parent There are perks of being an older parent! Whatever your age, contact us to find out more about our IVF and Surrogacy programs in Ukraine. For the best service, medical facilities and affordable surrogacy with strong…
Thursday, 09 November 2017 12:07

17 Reasons to Consider Surrogacy in Ukraine: # 16: No Adoption or Re-Adoption Required

Another great reason to consider Ukrainian surrogacy is the absolute lack of documentation required when and after you return home to the US. Your child is already a US citizen, with a US Passport in hand. There is no additional paperwork. Your newborn does not need to file for citizenship or require adoption or re-adoption. When you have a child through international surrogacy in Ukraine, all of the paperwork is done at the US Embassy in Ukraine. When you get home, there is nothing for you to do but enjoy your newborn child, and change some diapers! At Delivering Dreams,…
Monday, 30 October 2017 12:03

# 17: Kyiv, Ukraine is Great!

When most Americans think of international surrogacy, they think of third world countries with extreme poverty, such as India, Thailand, Cambodia and Nepal. However, with all these countries closing their doors to international surrogacy, it is time to look towards a Western European nation that is a great choice for legally secure affordable surrogacy. Yes, Ukraine is in Western Europe! It is actually the largest country in Europe. Yes, it does have poverty, but now at all what you might be expecting. We can bet Kyiv, Ukraine will very pleasantly surprise you! The city is both extremely modern and stunningly…
Thursday, 26 October 2017 11:55

17 celebrity women who have struggled with infertility - No Celebrity Budget? Check out IVF and ART in Ukraine

17 celebrity women who have struggled with infertility - No Celebrity Budget? Check out IVF and ART in Ukraine. October 20, 2017 One in 8 women suffer from infertility, but it is rarely discussed. In this article by Rachael Vaughan Clemmons, 17 celebrities speak out about their struggles with infertility. Earlier this month, actress Gabrielle Union opened up about her struggle with fertility, admitting that she’s had eight to nine miscarriages in the last three years. And she’s not the only one. Here are 17 brave celebrity women who have opened up about their struggles with infertility. Courteney Cox The…
Tuesday, 24 October 2017 11:53

How Ukraine's Surrogacy Model is More Advanced and Secure Than Many Countries

In this article written about Australia and New Zealand, the argument is made that surrogacy would be more secure and safer for all parties if there is regulation of surrogacy. Ukraine goes beyond many of the suggestions made here. In Ukraine, medical facilities for IVF procedures must be licensed, surrogates must have their own legal council, implantations are limited to 2 embryos.Surrogates must meet certain legal requirements. At Delivering Dreams, we go beyond all regulations in further testing our donors and surrogates to insure they are mentally and physically prepared to nurture your baby. For a more affordable surrogacy with…
Monday, 23 October 2017 11:51

How Starbucks covers pricey in vitro fertilization for even its part-time employees

For some couples, finding a job that offers benefits to cover infertility could be the difference between having kids and not. One in eight couples in the United States has trouble getting pregnant and the cost of fertility treatments is not cheap. You might expect a tech company or big bank to offer coverage for treatments like in vitro fertilization, but Starbucks also offers the perk – even for part-time baristas. Now, some women are taking jobs there, in hopes that becoming a barista will get them a baby, reports CBS News correspondent Anna Werner. "It was the darkest time…

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Monday, 23 October 2017 11:49

How Hurricane Irma Creates Legal Chaos For Surrogates in Florida and other issues of state control of surrogacy in the US

It's already legally complicated to be a surrogate, and a natural disaster compounds the complexity. Much of Florida is presently under a mandatory evacuation order. Hurricane Irma — originally classified as a Category 5 hurricane (that’s really bad), now a Category 4 storm (still really bad) — threatens the state with imminent devastation. But in addition to the expected toll that the storm will have on Florida, there are also lesser-known consequences. These include the fact that some Floridian surrogates are facing challenging legal questions as a result of the evacuation. It’s already legally complicated to be a surrogate, but…
Saturday, 21 October 2017 11:46

IVF Usage: Religion and Social Factors Top Concerns

In the past the focus has been on economic issues - who can afford IVF with both wealth and insurance. It now seems other factors play a larger role. Although one in 8 couples experience fertility issues and many of them turn to Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) to help them have a child, usage varies significantly across Europe. A new Oxford study has shed light on some of the reasons behind this - pinpointing moral and social acceptance of the treatment and religion as key. Previous research has mainly focused on the economic issues that can affect ART usage, such…
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